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David Garrity on Bloomberg Radio: Blockchain Could Help Netflix Curtail Account Sharing

Recent polling of Netflix users showed that 12% of their total viewers are not paying for the service, and it could be costing the company over $500 million per year in revenue. David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research, on the chip rout, Google creating a search engine for China, and Netflix’s account sharing problem. Hosted

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Despite #MeToo implications for Netflix, net neutrality is a bigger risk to profits: GVA Research

Despite #MeToo implications for Netflix, net neutrality is a bigger risk to profits: GVA Research BNN speaks with David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research, about the risks to bear in mind with Netflix, despite a lot of positive market reaction to the company’s latest fourth quarter results. To watch the video replay, click here.

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Amazon, Facebook reasonably valued ahead of earnings: David Garrity on BNN

With tech earnings season getting underway this week, GVA Research Principal David Garrity joins BNN for a preview and tells The Business News why he sees Google, Amazon and Facebook valued “reasonably”. 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

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GVA Research on BNN: ‘FANG’ stocks snakebitten to start 2016

Tech – Buying Opportunity Potential Limited By Currency War Prospects: Off the back of reassuring developments (e.g. positive U.S. Dec 2015 employment report, China limiting insider sales and scrapping circuit breakers), the burgeoning panic permeating the markets since the start of 2016 trading has momentarily dissipated and the tech sector is leading the market advance

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