You don’t have to read the business pages to know that recent decades have resulted in massive corporate consolidation. Whether it’s air travel, wireless service, internet, banking, or eyeglasses, a number of industries have enjoyed such merger mania that only a few national competitors remain. Mergers aren’t typical fodder for comedy, but Last Week Tonight‘s John Oliver gave it …
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