Mission: Control. Why can’t economists admit that corporations serve themselves, not the market?

Mainstream economics still regards the economy as the free competition between enterprises, which are small enough not to have control over the market. In fact, as John K. Galbraith has proven 40 years ago and that still holds true, developed capitalism necessary produces giant firms, which are not controlled by the market rather they control and manage it according to their self interests. Economic shocks over the past decades have not falsified this basic truth. On the contrary, recent company scandals support the fact that large firms widely manipulate the market.