This chapter elaborates on the shared features found in Chapters 6 to 9 regarding how intellectual monopolies exercise power in innovation networks. By doing so, it also re-elaborates on the contributions of Chapters 2 to 5. Two main discussions are unfolded. One concerns the primary sources of accumulation by dispossession of intellectual monopoly capitalism, namely rentiership and predation, and how they co-evolve with capital accumulation. Here we deepen into two forms of rentiership, intellectual – including data rentiers– and financial. The second discussion is a preliminary incursion into the implication of intellectual monopoly capitalism for workers. We argue that the hierarchy of power between firms trickles down and affects workers in different ways. Further workers’ segmentation takes place within and between our taxonomy of firms, which was originally introduced in Chapter 2.