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Chinese Technology Stocks in the 2020s

Chinese stocks are hot. Technology stocks are hot. Chinese technology stocks are probably more hot. Large asset managers as well as retail investors in the US have jumped on the Chinese technology stock bandwagon. As per usual, Wall Street tends to simplify a phenomenon and turn it into something that is

Food delivery feeding friends and investors alike

By Francesco Biondo  Initially posted on the BSPEC blog The gig economy, which comprises all the businesses offering “on-demand” and temporary jobs for people to carry out according to their availability, has taken off. The concept is both simple and exceptional: online platforms match individuals willing to offer their time and expertise

Salesforce making moves in the CRM industry with recent acquisition of Tableau

World’s #1 CRM and #1 analytics platform come together to supercharge customers’ digital transformations Combination to accelerate Salesforce’s opportunity in the $1.8 trillion digital transformation space On June 10th, 2019, Salesforce announced they would be acquiring Tableau for $15.7B in an all stock deal. Class A and Class B shares of Tableau

Can Technology Sector Stocks Keep Rising?

What is a Technology Stock? In a previous post, we briefly discussed lofty valuations for tech companies. However, simple attribution analysis will show that these richly valued companies have been responsible for much of the growth in the 10 year bull market. Market pundits and talking heads that show up on

The Upcoming Tech Unicorn Parade

2019 Unicorn Class For readers who have been living under a rock, a unicorn - in finance jargon - is a private company with a valuation of over $1 billion. Of course, as there is no observable public market price for private companies, this valuation is gleaned from the implied valuation

Cloud Computing Primer

Cloud Computing Overview Cloud computing is the provision of internet services through the internet (the “cloud”). This includes databases, storage, software, and servers. Most businesses that use computers will eventually move to the cloud due to the advantages from a cost and flexibility perspective. As an example, instead of a server with a

Global M&A Roundup Nov 24, 2017 – Cavium, Huaxia Life Insurance, DaVita Medical Group, Sun Art Retail

Our previous Canadian Mergers & Acquisitions roundups can be found here. Our previous global M&A roundups can be found here. Target: Cavium Inc Industry: Technology Acquirer: Cavium Inc Target: Marvell Technology Group Size: $6 Billion Consideration: Cash & Stock Sell Side Advisors: JP Morgan, Qatalyst Group Buy Side Advisors: Goldman Sachs Legal Advisors: Skadden Arps On November 20th 2017, Marvell technology group entered into

Global M&A Roundup Nov 17, 2017 – Uber Technologies, GGP, Santos

Our previous Canadian Mergers & Acquisitions roundups can be found here. Our previous global M&A roundups can be found here. Target: Uber Technologies Inc Industry: Technology Acquirer: SoftBank Group and Dragoneer Investment Group Target: Uber Technologies Inc. Size: $10 Billion Consideration: Cash Sell Side Advisors: Not Disclosed Buy Side Advisors: Not Disclosed Legal Advisors: Simpson Thacher

Global ECM Weekly Monitor Nov 10, 2017 – Equinix, China Overseas Grand Oceans Group

Our previous Global ECM Weekly Monitors can be found here. Equinix, Inc. (NasdaqGS:EQIX) Announcement Date: November 7, 2017 Gross Offering Amount: USD $750 million Price per share: Prevailing Market Price Lead Banks: Citi, JP Morgan, BofA Merrill Lynch, RBC Nature of the issue: Follow-on Equity Offering; Funds will be used for working capital

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