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Technological mega-trends are reshaping businesses, markets and entire economies.

As Emerging Brands Take Share, M&A Heats Up

As Emerging Brands Take Share, M&A Heats Up

As emerging brands take market share from larger, established companies, Jane Dunlevie of Goldman Sachs’ Investment Banking Division explains that technology is transforming how consumers identify with brands, as well as how those brands are born and become profitable.

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Uptick: The Rise in Technology IPO Activity

Uptick: The Rise in Technology IPO Activity

Will Connolly, head of Technology Equity Capital Markets, discusses the uptick in the number and performance of technology IPO’s in 2017, with diversification across sectors and regions, as well as a look ahead to the 2018 IPO market.

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The Drivers of Europe’s Technology Scene

The Drivers of Europe’s Technology Scene

Europe's technology sector has made "a lot of progress" in the last five years, says Clif Marriott of the Technology, Media and Telecom group in Goldman Sachs’ Investment Banking Division, evidenced by the increasing number of unicorns – private companies valued at over one billion dollars – in the European tech scene, the homecoming of the continent’s top talent and the high number of successful IPOs of European companies.

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Tech IPOs Pick Up The Pace

Tech IPOs Pick Up The Pace

David Ludwig of Goldman Sachs’ Investment Banking Division explains that increasing investor confidence and investor willingness to pay more for growth companies have been key drivers behind an attractive tech IPO pipeline for 2017.

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David Solomon on the Technology Landscape

David Solomon on the Technology Landscape

David Solomon, president and co-chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs, discusses how the significant growth of tech giants in 2016 and the pace of technological change is leading to “significant strategic shifts” as companies reevaluate their business strategies.

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Drones: Reporting for Work

Drones: Reporting for Work

Drones are evolving beyond their military origin to become powerful tools for businesses and local governments. See how they’ll be put to work in fields from firefighting to farming.

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The Internet of Things Meets...

The Internet of Things Meets...

There are 12 billion Internet of Things-enabled devices globally. By 2020, that number is expected to be close to 30 billion. This expanding ecosystem of connectivity is changing every aspect of our lives, from clean tech to retail to health and more. The Internet of Things has profound implications for consumers, businesses and the global economy.

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