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David Garrity on Bloomberg – Apple Will Eat Higher Tariffs Costs For The Time Being

David Garrity on Apple’s upcoming product launch and impact of President Trump’s twitter attack on Apple’s production abroad. Hosted by Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz. To listen to replay, click here. AAPL Product Launch Migrates iPhone X Features To Lower Price-point Products While Upgrading Chipset If it’s September, it’s time for AAPL to introduce upgrades

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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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David Garrity Quoted in Asia Times: Who pays Donald Trump’s US$1 trillion infrastructure tab?

David Garrity, a technology and finance analyst with capital markets experience, sees other weaknesses in Trump’s infrastructure financing plans.  He says the president’s call for public-private partnerships still faces a fierce debate in Congress over the exact share of federal and private funds to be used. Garrity notes that fiscal conservatives like House Speaker Paul

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David Garrity quoted on Asia Times: Railways pose biggest challenge in Trump’s infrastructure plan

David Garrity, a Wall Street technology and financial analyst, notes the many strides the US has made in autonomous vehicles, but he warns that other factors may impede development. “Whether the US is sufficiently well-coordinated from a government-led planning standpoint to effectively integrate these technologies is another question altogether,” said Garrity, the CEO of New

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Facebook’s fake news problem is not just a U.S. issue, it’s a global one

In the days following the U.S. election, social-media companies such as Facebook are facing accusations it spread fake news and other misinformation which influenced the electoral results. David Garrity joins BNN to discuss this “global problem.”

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