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By Jon D. Markman On November 8, 202203:00 PM Eastern
The medical world is on the precipice of the biggest innovation cycle in decades. This is what it means for investors.
By Jon D. Markman On November 1, 202203:00 PM Eastern
Television is about to change, and investors should get ready.
By Jon D. Markman On October 24, 202203:00 PM Eastern
Smartphones are still useless in the most remote areas. Satellite communication is finally ready to fill the void.
By Jon D. Markman On October 19, 202203:00 PM Eastern
Global finance is interconnected. That’s a big problem for investors all over.
By Jon D. Markman On October 17, 202203:00 PM Eastern
Virtual reality is finally ready for the masses, but the masses are still not ready for VR following years of bad PR.
By Jon D. Markman On October 12, 202203:00 PM Eastern
Deepfake are a videos that have a digitally inserted likeness of a famous person to deceive the viewer. Alphabet may have a solution.
By Jon D. Markman On October 10, 202203:00 PM Eastern
Analysts and investors seem to believe that online advertising has peaked. That is not the case.
By Jon D. Markman On October 5, 202203:00 PM Eastern
Investors have mostly looked past automotive industry challenges. That may be changing, with big implications for the shares of the largest car resellers.
By Jon D. Markman On October 3, 202203:00 PM Eastern
Most consumers limit themselves to 3 paid subscriptions, so online streaming services aim to generate more revenue via digital advertising.
By Jon D. Markman On September 30, 202203:00 PM Eastern
Its largest customers want custom chips, and they are increasingly finding them elsewhere.
About the Editor
Jon D. Markman is winner of the prestigious Gerald Loeb Award for outstanding financial journalism and the Society of Professional Journalists' Sigma Delta Chi award. He was also on Los Angeles Times staffs that won Pulitzer Prizes for coverage of the 1992 L.A. riots and the 1994 Northridge earthquake. He invented Microsoft’s StockScouter, the world’s first online app for analyzing and picking stocks.