Another differing viewpoint is offered by Vivek Wadhwa. Mr. Wadhwa agreed with Mr. Grove

Question: Another differing viewpoint is offered by Vivek Wadhwa. Mr. Wadhwa agreed with Mr. Grove that a bigger focus on creating U.S. jobs would be a good thing. But he disagreed with Mr. Grove’s proposed solution. What was Mr. Wadhwa’s main concern about Andy Grove’s proposal to create incentives for large-scale projects? Multiple Choice Mr. Grove is perhaps biasedSee the answerSee the answerSee the answer done loadingShow transcribed image text 100% (1 rating)Large business need…View the full answerTranscribed image text: Another differing viewpoint is offered by Vivek Wadhwa. Mr. Wadhwa agreed with Mr. Grove that a bigger focus on creating U.S. jobs would be a good thing. But he disagreed with Mr. Grove’s proposed solution. What was Mr. Wadhwa’s main concern about Andy Grove’s proposal to create incentives for large-scale projects? Multiple Choice Mr. Grove is perhaps biased by his long experience with Intel to favor large firms over small ones. A report showed startup firms created 3 million jobs, while established firms reduced U.S. jobs by 1 million. He argued that most U.S. blue-chip companies will be the first to suffer the effects from a trade war Large businesses need to focus on global issues, while startup firms invest in the local community. Mr. Wadhwa supports a smaller government and does not want to see any new taxes created.