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Social Media: Tech’s Growth Industry

Social Media: Tech’s Growth Industry

Despite signs of a maturing industry – namely slowing user growth and increasing mergers and acquisitions – social media remains one of the highest growth potential areas in the Technology sector given extensive opportunities to monetize users and license data.Explore further

Jay Jacobs, CFA • Sep 13, 2016

Category: Insights

Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

Robotics and Artificial Intelligence are revolutionizing cars, investing, defense, and manufacturing. Check out our infographic on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, which helps explores five questions about this theme.Explore further

Jay Jacobs, CFA • Sep 13, 2016

Category: Reports

Exploring FinTech and Its Growth

Exploring FinTech and Its Growth

The growth of the financial technology industry, or FinTech, is rapidly changing how people invest, take out loans, lend, fund early stage companies, and shop for insurance. Check out our infographic on FinTech, which helps answer four questions.Explore further

Jay Jacobs, CFA • Sep 13, 2016

Category: Reports

Connecting to the Internet of Things

Connecting to the Internet of Things

Devices around the world are getting smarter. From washer machines to cars, objects are connecting to the internet, making them remotely controllable and able to communicate with other systems on the same network. Check out our infographic on the Internet of Things (IoT).Explore further

Jay Jacobs, CFA • Sep 13, 2016

Category: Reports

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