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Transcribed Image Text from this Question. One day, the island's government annexes a neighboring island, and extends the the monopoly rights to the new island. A monopolist enjoys a monopoly over the right to sell automobiles on a certain island. People on the annexed island have the same tastes and incomes as the first sland. and there are an equal number oft people on each island. For Noteworthy Public Service, The Theodore N. Vail National Awards, published by the Bell System, New York, 1950. K. Aubrey Stone, 1973 New York: s. Monopoly Joseph C. Goulden, 1968 New York: Putnam. In One Man's Life: Being Chapters from the Personal and Business Career of Theodore N. Vail Albert B. Paine, 1921 New York: Harper. Exploring Life, The Autobiography of Thomas A. Watson, by D. Appleton and Company, New York and London, 1926. The Story of Telecommunications by George Oslin - still in print by the publisher Mercer University Press.
Tens of millions of jobs are going to be lost due to self driving trucks, self service kiosks and software that sounds human and are good enough to sound like call center workers. Yang intends to solve this problem. lebeer13 12 points13 points14 points 7 hours ago (2 children). I used to work at a call center, those people are full grown adults with kids who have kids, and if there's no call center, no trucking, and fewer jobs in retail I really struggle to see all of my former co-workers will find a way to make as much or more money than they do at the call center.