Jim Cramer told viewers of Mad Money Thursday night that the past 10 months have seen a seismic shift from small- and mid-size business to the biggest retailers and restaurants. Why? Because the big companies are the only ones with pockets deep enough to cope with what the pandemic requires. Cramer said these smaller businesses can't compete against the now unassailable moats created by their bigger rivals.
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