Category Archives: Media Coverage

David Garrity on Asia Times: Trump plan makes it unlikely Asian firms will help rebuild US infrastructure

David M. Garrity, a technology and finance analyst with capital markets experience, notes that Trump’s plan ignores how the federal government and US states have historically funded large public works projects. He says such infrastructure projects are typically 80 percent federally funded and 20 percent state funded versus a 10 percent federal, 90 percent funding mix

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Quantum1Net Strengthens Company with David Garrity as New Advisor

Source: Quantum1 Network Technologies NEW YORK, NY, Feb. 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Quantum1 Network Technologies (“Quantum1Net” or the “Company”), a quantum computing technology focused company, retained David M. Garrity, CFA, CEO of GVA Research LLC, as an advisor. “In principal and advisory roles, David has supported emerging growth companies in commercializing their services and scaling

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Telling AI to not replicate itself is like telling teenagers to just not have sex – David Garrity on @QZ

Think back to the conversation your parents had with you about the birds and the bees. Were you really listening, or was there some kind of hormonal override that wasn’t going to listen, no matter how well-intentioned your parents’ chat? Much like a teenager’s hormones, there isn’t necessarily an off button. Once an idea is

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AI update: How Consumers Could Win When Alexa and Cortana Start Talking to Each Other

“You can call me old school but I’m very much a fan of the original Star Trek version where you would just say, ‘Computer,’” says David M. Garrity, CEO of research and consulting firm GVA Research, based in New York. “You talk to the computer and the computer responds.” Read full article here. According to G2

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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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David Garrity on CNBC: Is the world’s online marketplace up for sale?

Review of EBAY third-quarter earnings after the market close Going into today’s 3Q16 release, expectations were Revenues $2.2bn (+4.1% vs. prior year $2.1bn) and EPS $0.44 (+2.3% vs. prior year $0.43). The actual results of Revs $2.22 bn and EPS $0.45 were above expectations, but EBAY shares are off -7% after hours. The disappointments associated

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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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Google: Paving Path to Enhancing Shareholder Value Through New Corporate Structure

Recently, GVA Research was asked by Richard Waters from The Financial Times to comment on Google’s new corporate structure. An excerpt is below: Some on Wall Street read even more into the shake-up. Separating Google’s businesses under a holding company is the kind of thing that can lead eventually to breaking the company up, said

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