These one minute clips feature excerpts from the interviews.
ON APPLYING ANTITRUST LAW TO EMPLOYMENT
Dean Harvey, plaintiff attorney for the no-poach class action suit, explains expanding antitrust law to the employment setting.
on the myth of the free market
Historian, Richard White, speaks on the myth of the free market and the need for antitrust law.
on ceos disregarding employees
Ethicist, Ann Skeet, dives into the ethical dilemmas CEOs face and how leaders may lose sight of the importance of ethics.
Antitrust is a Piece of the Puzzle
Gene Kimmelman of Public Knowledge, former Chief Counsel for the Department of Justice's Antitrust Division, breaks down what antitrust law can do and what limitations it holds.
on silicon valley’s competitive origins
AnnaLee Saxenian, Dean of UC Berkeley School of Information, explains how competition has played a crucial role in Silicon Valley’s success.
on PROTECTING WORKERS’ WAGES
Congressman Ro Khanna explains why it’s crucial to protect workers’ rights and how antitrust law can be used as a tool for change.
on the impact of antitrust law
Joseph Saveri, plaintiff attorney for the no-poach class action suit, explains the impact of antitrust law on American life.
on antitrust & personal liberties
Barry Lynn, Executive Director of Open Markets Institute, explains how antitrust law is essential to protecting personal liberties.
a ceo's perspective on community
Ed Colligan, former CEO of Palm, refused to join in the no-poach conspiracy. Here, he shares his thoughts on what responsibility a CEO has to their community.
ON THE COMMODIFICATION OF TECH WORKERS
Neil Haran, class action plaintiff, shares his thoughts on how workers are commodified into assets in the tech industry.
on WORKERS BREAKING FREE
Franklin Foer, author, explains the leverage that tech workers have over their employers and why they should break free from Silicon Valley culture.