Monthly Archives: September 2016

Does technology wealth trickle down to others?


In the September 27th, 2016 issue, the Economist revealed some interesting facts regarding the “new” technology economy: “[i]n 1990 the top three carmakers in Detroit between them had nominal revenues of $250 billion, a market capitalization of $36 billion and … Continue reading

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Why are healthcare costs so high in the United States?


Maybe it has to do about the inflated valuations. At one San Francisco healthcare company, the head of strategy related to me that that his oncology technology development firm would be a multibillion dollar company in a few years.  In … Continue reading

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