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Garrity on Bloomberg Radio: Amazon’s Growth Boils Down to ’Alexa Listening’ #AlexaListens

Bloomberg Markets AM with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz: David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research and columnist at Investopedia, on the tech sector, outlook for Amazon and how it could exploit its predatory pricing position. Listen to the full interview here AMZN Feeds Bottomless Appetite For Consumer Data With WFMI Acquisition, Alexa is Listening: Last

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Is the U.S. voting system prepared for a cyber attack?

If you have any trouble viewing video above, click here. Tech – Remediation Estimates of $1bn Likely To Prove Conservative, “Critical Infrastructure” Designation Would Offer Near-term Sector Windfall: For investors looking for a broad-based approach towards participating in the potential sector windfall, consider the cybersecurity ETFs CIBR (close Fri 8/5 $17.90, -10.8% off its 52-week

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David Garrity on CNBC: Facebook’s execution is very strong

Facebook’s profit margins have expanded substantially and about 1.2 billion of monthly active users are online daily, shares GVA Research’s David Garrity.

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Corporate spending on cybersecurity to grow 10% annually

Today GVA Research’s David Garrity joined BNN to talk about cybersecurity in light of the Democratic National Committee’s email leak. Cybersecurity is now a staple and has major growth potential. Read more in the Investopedia column on the subject: Hacker Assaults on DNC Show Importance of Cyber Security  

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Bloomberg Radio: GVA Research’s Garrity on Apple Conference, Tech Mergers

Earlier this week GVA Research joined Bloomberg radio to discuss AAPL. Thanks to Michael McKee and Kathleen Hays for having me on the show. You can listen to the replay here. Tech M&A – Not Just Acquisitions But Divestitures Too As Upturn Matures & Rates Threaten To Rise: Recent announced transactions (e.g. AVGO/BRCM $37bn, INTC/ALTR $17bn) prompt speculation

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GVA Research Coverage on CNBC: Can Apple Win The Streaming Wars?

Apple’s new music steaming service may not beat the entrenched players but it’s a crucial part of the Cupertino giant’s long-term growth story, according to experts. Apple Music has the potential to move past rivals but it needs a lift to compete with the likes of Spotify and Pandora, David Garrity, principal of GVA Research,

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Bloomberg Radio: Garrity on Cybersecurity Summit, FCC, Net Neutrality

Today I joined Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn on The Bloomberg Advantage. You can listen to the replay here.  Below are some of the discussion points from the segment. 1) Internet Regulation: Historical Precedents Are Abundant & Instructive: The issues involved in the upcoming FCC decision pertain to the use, ownership and regulation of shared

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GVA Research On Bloomberg: Tech Spending and Investing in 2015

Image Source: Flickr The interview starts at 13:30 and runs to 28:30. Last week, I was interviewed on Bloomberg Radio’s “Bloomberg Advantage”. Special thanks @Kathleen_Hays and @VonnieQuin for having GVA Research on their show! 2015 Venture Capital Outlook: Following 2014 which saw the greatest amount of funding raised for start-ups since 1999, questions understandably arise as

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Interview: Raising Capital in Today’s Environment

David Garrity, Principal at GVA Research, talks with Jason Behrens, the ACE Portal General Counsel, about the evolving paradigm in today’s capital raising environment. They cover: Access to capital vis-a-vis the JOBS Act Issues of adequate due diligence The role of technology and platforms in facilitating better information disclosure and investor protections How broker-dealers are reacting

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Forbes: Why Big Blue Is Still A Big Bruise

Following my appearance on CNBC discussing IBM in 2015, Steve Denning of Forbes wrote this thoughtful piece quoting GVA Research: IBM: Why Big Blue Is Still a A Big Bruise Thanks Steve for including GVA Research in your commentary.  Here is the the link to the full article.

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