Category Archives: TV and Radio Appearances

David Garrity on Bloomberg BNN: Big Tech has gotten itself into a bad position

Yesterday’s DOJ announcement was in line with what has been known previously from publicly available sources (and that the market should, therefore, have known): -The press release quotes Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim of the Antitrust Division from his 6/11/19 speech in Tel Aviv. -The subtitle of the DOJ release was “Review Focuses on Practices

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David Garrity on The Watch List: The Prospect of Regulation in Big Tech & Blockchain in Healthcare

To watch the full replay, please click here. 1) Tech Sector Regulation/Oversight For background, here are my talking points from CNBC interview on 3/11/19: “Big Tech” Breakup Proposals on 2020 U.S. Presidential Election Radar: Last Friday 3/8/19 Senator Elizabeth Warren (Democrat, MA) as part of her 2020 Presidential election bid put forth a proposal that

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Garrity on Yahoo Finance: Facebook – Poster Boy For Tech Regulation Risk

Highlight: “Looking at Facebook’s behavior relative to other tech competitors, Facebook has really kind of an insouciant attitude for its regulators,” Laidlaw & Company’s Chief Market Strategist @GVAResearch says. Full interview: pic.twitter.com/wnEvfkIS0p — Yahoo Finance (@YahooFinance) June 4, 2019 “Big Tech” Breakup Proposals on 2020 U.S. Presidential Election Radar Legislators’ interest in investigating and potentially

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David Garrity on Bloomberg: We Are In A Technology Cold War

Click here to listen to replay. Whoever Builds The 5G Platform First Sets The Standards And Thus The Rules Of The Game Published in 2015, the same year the PRC State Council laid out the “Made in China 2025” Plan (MIC2025) under which China would become a global powerhouse in ten high-tech fields from artificial intelligence (AI)

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David Garrity on Bloomberg: Alphabet’s Clouded Profit Outlook Disheartens Investors

To listen to replay click here GOOGL Results Show Slowing Core Online Ad Business, Investors Flee Shares As Profit Doubts Grow The 1Q19 results for GOOGL fell well short of expectations (Revs $36.3bn (Street $37.3bn), EPS $9.50 (Street $10.17)) as revenue growth slowed to +17% year/year (4Q18 +22%, 1Q18 +26%), a performance that prompted an

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CNBC Closing Bell: “Big Tech” Breakup Proposals on 2020 U.S. Presidential Election Radar

Video replay from CNBC. “Big Tech” Breakup Proposals on 2020 U.S. Presidential Election Radar Last Friday 3/8/19 Senator Elizabeth Warren (Democrat, MA) as part of her 2020 Presidential election bid put forth a proposal that would result in substantial controls and possible break-up being imposed on tech companies with revenues in excess of $25bn with

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Hard To Know Who Is Steering The Ship At Snap: Garrity

To listen to the replay, click here. Old Tech Favor US Adoption Of GDPR Standards, Challenging New Tech Rivals Interesting FT article yesterday highlighting the divide within the technology sector over a call for US to adopt EU GDPR data privacy standards, a development prompted by a desire to have US federal standards in place so as to supercede

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David Garrity on Bloomberg: Amazon Is Poised To Replace Facebook In Ad Dominance

Facebook earnings and outlook–and why Amazon may have the advantage in the advertising front. To listen to replay, click here. FB 4Q18 Results An Upside Blowout, But Time To Remind Management They Are Living Inside Others’ Platforms FB 4Q18 results blew past expectations (Revs $16.91bn (Street $16.39bn), EPS $2.38 (Street $2.18)) that had been tempered

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David Garrity on CNBC: Apple rises despite Q1 revenue decline

Apple rises despite Q1 revenue decline from CNBC. 4Q18 Results Match Previously Lowered Expectations & 1Q19 Guidance Not Catastrophic Spells R-E-L-I-E-F R-A-L-L-Y For Market AAPL reported 4Q18 results that essentially met (Revs $84.3bn (Street $84bn), EPS $4.18 (Street $4.17)) guidance that had been cut -8% by management earlier this month. Along with 1Q19 guidance that

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The Unwinding Of Global Supply Chains In The Face Of Protectionism Has Significant Long-term Inflationary Implications

Netflix has good momentum into 2019, says David Garrity from CNBC. The Unwinding Of Global Supply Chains In The Face Of Protectionism Has Significant Long-term Inflationary Implications Like other global sectors, the technology sector has over time built extended global supply chains whereby components and services are procured at the highest quality and lowest price made

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