Kramer has sneaked coffee into a theater, where he spills it on himself. While consulting with his lawyer, Jackie Chiles, they discuss the theater's monopoly on concessions. (This is a great place to discuss David Friedman's and Steven Landsburg's take on why movie theater popcorn is so expensive.)
Max Zorin presents a plan to monopolize the microchip industry in Silicon Valley. His terms are non-negotiable and arguably unreasonable. The terms are that each person pays him $100M and half of their net income. As a response, Max does not hesitate to dismiss anyone who does not want to be part of his cartel plan.
Jerry convinces Babu to serve Pakistani food—he'll be the only Pakistani restaurant in the neighborhood. Babu tells Jerry that the restaurant is failing and that Jerry is a very bad man. Babu's restaurant then closes. Jerry blames it on a bad location.