(Fast Company) There was a time when tech companies could grow to be unbelievably massive while facing little interference from the hand of regulation, but venture capitalist Hemant Taneja thinks that era is ending. In his new book Unscaled: How AI and a New Generation of Upstarts Are Creating the Economy of the Future (PublicAffairs), he offers a guide book of sorts for entrepreneurs in a tougher regulatory environment.
Taneja, a managing director at General Catalyst, looks at how technology has changed the economy, how regulators must respond, and what responsibilities entrepreneurs must shoulder if they want to chart a better path forward.
Fast Company spoke with Taneja about why he thinks business needs to scale down rather than up, and how the definition of what constitutes a monopoly is changing.
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