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Black Womenomics: Equalizing Entrepreneurship
Black women are underrepresented in business ownership. What will it take to equalize their opportunities? Goldman Sachs Research examined some of the barriers.
Gene Editing: The Future of Genomic Medicine & Biotech Investing
In this episode of Exchanges at Goldman Sachs, Salveen Richter, Lead Analyst for the U.S. Biotechnology Sector in Goldman Sachs Research, explains how new innovations in gene editing are transforming the future of medicine and the greater biotech investment landscape.
Music in the Air: The Show Must Go On
The global music industry has been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, but the slump is likely to be short-lived, according to Goldman Sachs Research. The habits we’ve formed during lockdown, such as relying on social media and rediscovering old tracks, are set to accelerate the online shift and propel global music revenues to new highs.
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Telecom, cable, media and mobility companies saw a surge of growth when the pandemic began, but how are they faring now that people aren’t quarantined at home? We sat down with with Goldman Sachs Research’s Brett Feldman, Stephen Laszczyk and Eric Sheridan following the firm’s 30th Annual Communacopia Conference to discuss what industry leaders are saying.
Management teams from more than 220 healthcare companies participated in Goldman Sachs’ 42nd annual Global Healthcare conference in June to share their thoughts on the recovery, vaccine rollouts and the evolution in the delivery of healthcare services.
We were joined by the senior executives of more than 140 leading technology and internet companies to explore the key industry trends that are top of mind.
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