Common stock ownership: sound investing or antitrust violation?
Investors’ diversification of their portfolios by buying stakes in companies across industries and within the same industry is generally seen as a positive – a way to decrease the risk of putting too many eggs in one basket, while generating steady returns. Yet when an investor’s influence grows within a specific sector, it conjures competition concerns.
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