Are mega tech companies actually preparing for breakup by adding additional headquarters / mega campuses? In a period of covertly disarming the globalist cabal, it kinda fits.

Google announces a new $1 billion NYC campus in Hudson Square - The Verge…
Apple’s mega campus in Austin announced...…
Amazon added Headquarters to Crystal City (adjacent to Pentagon) and NYC.
Microsoft adds headquarter in Canada. Btw, they nearly moved there in the late 90’s during antitrust lawsuit.
Whether mega tech companies are adding as risk mitigation (of antitrust risk) or as covert agreements, there is an incredible amount of decentralization happening. It’s a 180 from the Silicon Valley hey days.
It is a really big change, and each announcement is just kinda “hey another office... that’s cool” but not acknowledging the big shift across mega tech companies.

It’s the tech elephant in the room.
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