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David Garrity quoted on Asia Times: Railways pose biggest challenge in Trump’s infrastructure plan

David Garrity, a Wall Street technology and financial analyst, notes the many strides the US has made in autonomous vehicles, but he warns that other factors may impede development. “Whether the US is sufficiently well-coordinated from a government-led planning standpoint to effectively integrate these technologies is another question altogether,” said Garrity, the CEO of New

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Russian Propaganda and The New Normal of The Media — How Will The Market Respond?

Originally Published on Medium.com On Friday 1/6/17 three major U.S. government agencies (CIA, FBI, NSA) released a joint assessment finding the Russian government under Vladimir Putin during the 2016 U.S. Presidential campaign cycle is conducting a multi-faceted influence campaign to shape the election’s outcome. The Russian influence campaign is found to be the most aggressive

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David Garrity on BNN: Apple’s best days are still ahead

On the 10-year anniversary of the Apple iPhone, GVA Research principal David Garrity joins BNN to discuss the company through the years and why Apple’s best days still lie ahead of it.

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David Garrity on Bloomberg Radio: CES Preview – 5 Major Areas To Watch In 2017

David joined Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz on Bloomberg Radio. You can listen to the replay here. As one of the largest technology-oriented trade shows globally, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES, held 1/5-8/17 in Las Vegas, 200k+ expected attendees, 2.5mm square feet of exhibits) sets major technology themes for investors to track over the coming

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David Garrity on BNN: Amazon Prime To Ignite Share Gains for 2016 Holiday Season, Messaging Key For Brands in 2017

2016 Holiday Shopping Trends See Broader Sales +3-4% y/y, Online +16-17% y/y: The 2016 holiday shopping season has been expected to show and is demonstrating solid growth. More broadly, retail sales are increasing +3-4% y/y due to a healthier consumer supported by key factors (i.e. stronger labor & wage market, pent-up post-election demand, more disposable income,

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David Garrity on BNN: Apple signals interest in self-driving car market

11/22/16 Letter to NHTSA Confirms AAPL Interest in Driverless Cars: Speculation on what AAPL will do to capture a major product end-market to rival smartphones has centered on whether AAPL will enter the automotive market. It has been known for some time that AAPL has its Project Titan underway as just such an effort. The

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Bloomberg Radio Interview: GVA’s Garrity on Potential Advertiser Push Back on Fake News

Listen to the audio replay here. Rise of “Fake News” Compromises The Informed Electorate Necessary for Liberal Democracy: Following David’s recent column considering the recent U.S. presidential election and factors influencing the outcome and noted the rise of “fake news” in the current cycle (see: http://www.investopedia.com/news/dont-blame-big-data-pollsters-failings-aapl-googl/), while social media companies eagerly state they support the free and

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David Garrity on Boston Herald Radio “Sweeney and Malone”: Big Data, Polls, and is Facebook a News Organization?

November 17 David Garrity joined Steve Sweeney and Joe Malone on Boston Herald Radio. Interview starts at 27 minutes: ((Listen here))

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Facebook’s fake news problem is not just a U.S. issue, it’s a global one

In the days following the U.S. election, social-media companies such as Facebook are facing accusations it spread fake news and other misinformation which influenced the electoral results. David Garrity joins BNN to discuss this “global problem.”

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Investopedia Article: Don’t Blame Big Data for Pollsters’ Failings (AAPL, GOOGL)

On Wednesday, Nov. 9, the New York Times’ Jim Rutenberg wrote, “All the dazzling technology, the big data and the sophisticated modeling that American newsrooms bring to the fundamentally human endeavor of presidential politics could not save American journalism from yet again being behind the story, behind the rest of the country.” But was mis-calling the election

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