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David Garrity on Bloomberg Radio: Blockchain is being implemented in the real economy

Click here to listen to replay. Twitter Axes 70mm Accounts As Fake, 21% Of 336mm Monthly Active Users  After the justifiably incessant criticism from liberal democracies around the world, Twitter announced yesterday that it has been moving to eradicate accounts from its platform that are determined to be either automated (i.e. “bots”) or fake in

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David Garrity on Bloomberg Radio: CES Preview – 5 Major Areas To Watch In 2017

David joined Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz on Bloomberg Radio. You can listen to the replay here. As one of the largest technology-oriented trade shows globally, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES, held 1/5-8/17 in Las Vegas, 200k+ expected attendees, 2.5mm square feet of exhibits) sets major technology themes for investors to track over the coming

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BNN Interview: IBM Gaining Traction But Still Early In Transition

Today I joined BNN to discuss IBM Earnings IBM earnings With CEO Rometty’s surprise October 2014 announcement suspending earnings guidance investors have been understandably cautious with regard to maintaining positions in IBM shares. The 1Q15 results showcased the fundamental difficulties IBM confronts as revenues fell -12% y/y to $19.6bn while EPS rose +9% y/y to $2.91.

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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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