Monthly Archives: May 2019
Templeton Emerging Markets Group has a wide investment universe to cover—tens of thousands of companies in markets on nearly every continent. While we are bottom-up investors, we also take into account big-picture context. Here, I share the Templeton Emerging Markets Group’s overview of what happened in the emerging-markets universe in the first quarter of 2017, […]
In his Uber exit interview, top car hacker Charlie Miller warns of the dangers of insecure autonomous vehicles. The post Securing Driverless Cars From Hackers Is Hard. Ask the Ex-Uber Guy Who Protects Them appeared first on WIRED.
Mergermarket has released its Global M&A roundup report for the Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT) Sector for the first quarter (Q1) of 2017. A few key findings include: Dealmaking across TMT in Q1 2017 dropped 17.6% in deal value, compared to the same period last year (695 deals, US$ 88.8bn), as 634 deals took place […]
Automakers decide they can’t build autonomous cars alone. Bosch, Continental, Delphi, Mobileye, and others are far along developing key components. The post Daimler-Bosch alliance aims at self-driving taxis by early 2020s appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Nvidia (Shutterstock photo) Among technology companies, Nvidia ( NVDA ) may have the most glaring number of growth drivers in the years ahead — PC gaming, artificial intelligence and machine learning, virtual and augmented reality, and autonomous cars. But the company’s latest announcement may have put Nvidia
New York Times Uber Denies It Is Using Stolen Waymo TechnologyNew York TimesAn Uber autonomous car driving in San Francisco earlier this year. The lidar sensors on the car’s roof are at the center of a legal dispute between Uber and Waymo. Credit Justin Sullivan/Getty Images. SAN FRANCISCO — Uber denied claims from Waymo, …Uber forced […]
Microsoft (MSFT) is a company legendary for making many investors very wealthy over the decades. In fact, Bill Gates’ dividend stock portfolio would not exist if it weren’t for Microsoft’s incredible growth story. efes / Pixabay Over the past 14 years the company has become a favorite among many dividend investors, thanks to its dividend […]
Manufacturing muscle gives old-school automakers the edge on companies like Uber and Google. The post Detroit Is Stomping Silicon Valley in the Self-Driving Car Race appeared first on WIRED.