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WITH ALMIGHTY GOD'S BLESSINGS The World Students Society and Ecosystem 2011 is destined  to overtake all the tech giants of the world entire, combined. 

FOUNDERS INDONESIA and esteemed President Joko Widodo and his government have just  announced scholarships for the hardworking Pakistani Students. determined to pull their country out to greatness.

The World Students Society rises to give the great people of Indonesia a standing ovation and thank them and assure them of our highest respects and prayers.

I avail the honor and address President Joko Widodo :

''Your Excellency : All wishes for your great nation. I take the liberty to get you to consider of having ''Sam Daily Times : The Voice Of The Voiceless taught everyday in every school, college and university in Indonesia. God Bless!''
The World Students Society in turn pledges to help every students in the world - in India, Afghanistan, Kashmir, Myanmar, Syria, the whole of Africa, Latin America, Lebanon, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Yemen, Iraq, and on and on I can go, in the best and highest traditions of Mankind.

MICROSOFT - APPLE - AMAZON - ALPHABET : all flirting with a $1 trillion stock value on  Wall Street - posted record results.

The final member of tech's Big Five, Facebook, which is a little more than halfway to a $1 trillion valuation also reported strong earnings.

THE LARGE TECHNOLOGY FIRMS THAT dominate the public stock markets are at the extreme edge of a broader trend in American corporate life.

Over the last half-century, the biggest American companies have captured a fatter share of profits produced by public companies, according to research firm Kathleen M. Kahle, a University of  Arizona finance professor, and Rene M Stulz, an economist at Ohio State University.

WHEN GOOGLE'S PARENT COMPANY - ALPHABET, said just recently-that revenue at the company had soared past $161 billion last year, it was a stark reminder of the widening gap between tech's wealthiest outfits and the rest of the industry.

And there is very little reason to believe that this will change. With each passing quarter, tech's wealthiest companies are building on their power, making it harder for smaller companies to compete and for entrepreneurs to build the next Google or Facebook.

Amazon and Microsoft  are profiting from the shift to coastal  to cloud computing. Apple continues to own the premium market for app, smartphones and wearable devices, while Google and  Facebook are maintaining their grip on digital advertising.

This gravitational pull toward a handful of companies could have far - reaching implications for the  global economy. Few tech outfits can afford to make the investments necessary to keep pace with giants.

The rest? They often have to pay up for access to the giants' many, many customers and technology. 

''The strong are getting stronger, and the weak are getting weaker. It's a market of haves and have -nots,'' said Daniel Ives, managing director of equity research at Wedbush Securities. ''In 20 years covering tech, it's unlike anything I've ever seen.''

Despite saber rattling in Washington and elsewhere, it is clear that regulatory and legal scrutiny of the tech's industry's most valuable companies so far has done little to hurt the bottom line.

Last years financial results could lend more weight to arguments that a handful of companies, with dominant market shares and outgunned competition, are unfairly cash in on their control.

Amazon, Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft and Facebook - all based in the United States - made a combined $55.2 billion in net profit in the most recent quarter. The next five most valuable tech companies made roughly $45.5 billion in their four most recent quarters.

While Facebook is lagging behind the rest of the Big Five, it is still worth twice as much as as the next most valuable company, INTEL.

The Honor and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on State of Tech might and  valuation and The World, continues. The World Students Society thanks authors Daisuke Wakabayashi and Matt Philllips.

With respectful dedication to the Leaders, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. See Ya all  prepare and register for Great Global Elections on The World Students Society : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! The Ecosystem 2011:

''' Champs & Chinks '''

Good Night and God Bless

SAM Daily Times - the Voice of the Voiceless


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