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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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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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Spotify’s success comes from their focus on content: Garrity

David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research joins BNN live in the studio with his insights on the day’s top tech headlines SPOT IPO Opening Likely To Offer Discordant Movements With today’s direct listing IPO on the NYSE, albeit one assisted by Goldman Sachs, Spotify (SPOT) will break from the traditional IPO process in which companies

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David Garrity on Business News Network: Cybersecurity a necessity for liberal democracies to survive

For Liberal Democracies To Survive, Cybersecurity Is Now A Necessary Condition While it is now abundantly clear from the Mueller 2/16/18 indictment and other sources that Russia has moved aggressively to wage a “cold” cyber war against Western liberal democracies since the 2014 overthrow of the Ukrainian government with its “active measures” propaganda campaigns and

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GVA’s Garrity on Bloomberg Radio: Strong Earnings, Sector Should Break Out

Listen to Replay Here 4Q16 Earnings Season Underway This Week: The U.S. technology sector reporting season kicked off last week with NFLX (Wed 1/18) and IBM (Thurs 1/19). Results from both were well-received and the companies’ shares reached new 52-week highs in response. However, the technology sector as a whole has been lagging the broader market

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Google’s new product launch about ‘gathering data’

Google is unveiling a new line of products at its launch event today, including the new Pixel smartphone and smart home assistant. GVA Research Principal, David Garrity, joins BNN to discuss this, the competition from Amazon and Apple, and why this is about gathering consumer data.

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Google looks to quantum computing to protect users from cyber attacks

To read further thoughts, please see my column on Investopedia: Quantum Is Coming

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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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BNN Interview: Facebook Results & Tech Sector Investment Prospects

FB results & Tech Sector Investment Prospects – Today, we tear down FB results and caution investors that tech stocks vulnerable to pullback after 4Q14 results. Replay link: http://www.bnn.ca/Video/player.aspx?vid=540873 1) Apple, Yahoo, Facebook, Google, Amazon — It’s a BIG week for tech earnings (Linkedin, Twitter next week). Would love your thoughts on all of the

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