Archive for: October 2018

Oct 25, 2018

The Robots Are Coming. Our Fintech M&A Report for October 2018

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Dear Clients and Friends, Our latest Fintech m&a report can be found here. It highlights m&a trends and transactions in the seven segments of the Fintech world that we follow and sometimes lead. Please click here for our October Fintech M&A Update. Just over a year ago, we published a piece on the relationship between “AI” (Artificial Intelligence) and North Korean missiles. We noted the AI focus of investor Masayoshi Son (the founder of Softbank) and his new “Vision” Fund and pointed out that Mr. Son and Kim Jong-un are not alone in chasing the pot of gold at the…

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Oct 19, 2018

The Cloud Gets An Edge. Our October Report on M&A in the Enterprise Data and Analytics Industry

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Dear Clients and Friends, The report found here gives our sense of the current m&a trends and deals in the Enterprise Data and Analytics sector that we follow and sometimes lead. Please click here for our October Enterprise Data & Analytics Report. Data is only useful if it is actionable. In some cases it’s stale in a week; in others it takes days or seconds; and in the case of trading algorithms, military drones, and self-driving cars –it’s meaningful if it can be received, processed, analyzed, returned and acted upon within milliseconds. Local computing sometimes can solve the need for…

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Oct 10, 2018

Embrace Intelligent Globalism: Our October Infotech M&A Report

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Dear Clients and Friends, Our latest report on the values and trends in the dozen+ segments of the information technology industry that we follow, and sometimes lead, can be found here. Please click here for our October Infotech M&A Report. We regularly advise on cross-border transactions, and have done so in 27 countries so far. These deals make up about one-third of our business. We were pleased to see the recent progress on NAFTA 2.0. It stands as an example of what can be done in promoting cross-border trade that is fair for both sides (or all three sides, in…

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