In recent years, there has been a palpable shift in the nature of the US economy. Corporations are getting bigger at an unprecedented rate. The share of US corporate income earned by the 100 largest firms is at a staggering 85 percent. Facebook has 77 percent of mobile social traffic, Amazon controls 45 percent of US e-commerce, and Google has an 88 percent market share in search advertising. We can connect the shift in the business landscape to the observation that Americans today are highly divided economically, socially, and philosophically.