David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research, talks with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz on Bloomberg Markets AM about Alphabet’s push into android messaging, and a look at the race to get ahead in 5G. Listen to the replay here.
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
Big thanks to Kathleen Hays for having GVA Research on Taking Stock yesterday to discuss the outlook for tech stocks in 2016. Venture Capital Sector Slowing: The excesses seen in late-stage start-up company valuation with the creation of multiple $1bn+ valuation unicorns will be limited in 2016 as fund flows to sector slow with more
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
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
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