Why Tesla is worth more than GM

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The digital economy has transformed the way we communicate with each other ; the way we consume information, products, and services; the way we entertain ourselves. It’s revolutionized seemingly non-digital industries — think of how different financial services, for instance, are today from what they were two decades ago — and investors expect it to soon transform others, which is why Tesla motors is worth more than general motors despite making a tiny fraction as many cars as GM makes and earning a tiny fraction of the revenue.

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The is phenomenon explains why the so-called big five of the digital economy— Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon, and facebook — have, at various points over the last year, been the five most valuable companies in the world.


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