Originally Posted by MrInsanePolack
Perhaps he is referring to overgrowth, when a company becomes so big it starts to influence not just itself and its investors, but life in general. Look at Walmart. They are everywhere, biggest company in the world. In achieving this status, they have successfully run mom and pop shops out of business, and even put a major dent in other big box stores as well as grocery stores. In doing this, they have successfully limited our choices to what they have, not what we want.
True, but the customers keep coming. The demand is obviously there.
The only way to stop this is using your own pocket book, to change where you buy your cookies, coffee...etc. Ultimately personal choice.
Now, back to the OP, will Walmart start to sell Ludwigs....or drums and musical instruments even?