Big tech is built on predatory pricing. Why aren’t we talking about it?
Henry Innis

I’ve been saying this for years. It’s not Just Amazon, but it is most prevalent in tech as I see it, simply because other businesses have more consumables on-top of staffing and fixed-assets.

What I can’t work out is how it’s not illegal from a tax perspective. If Businesses run at long-term losses, or artificially lower profit, at some point doesn’t it become not just unsustainable but plain evil?

If I was domiciled in the US and tried to sell a property for $1 to avoid taxes I’d be in some serious trouble. It seems there is nothing stopping people selling a property for bitcoin (worth less than nothing IMO) which I don’t think is taxed. Why shouldn’t this apply to tech and general business?

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