Why The “Technology Industry” Doesn’t Exist Anymore in 2020

Alphabet has become the 4th US tech company to reach a $1 trillion market value. Alex talks about Alphabet’s milestone and discusses how the technology sector has grown to encompass a multitude of industries via dominant technology driven players. Analyzing the “tech industry” is no longer a practical metric as we continue to see tech companies grow across industries through tech driven business models.

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