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What Is Blockchain and How Will It Change Your Life?

Blockchain technology - What is it? Latest developments - Royal Mint Gold & CME, Goldman Sachs and Santander Why do we need it? It’s about value Blockchain is an extension of economics Blockchain allows us reduce uncertainty and risk How will it change your life? By @Skoylesy. Show More Summary

FireEye Drops 7%: Street Misjudging Transition Risks, Says Goldman

Shares of security technology firm FireEye (FEYE) are down 92 cents, or almost 7%, at $12.95, after Goldman Sachs’s Gabriela Borges this morning cut her rating on the shares to Sell from Neutral, citing “several significant product and...Show More Summary

Goldman Sachs Drops Out of R3 Blockchain Group

Goldman Sachs Group has dropped out of the R3 CEV blockchain group. The investment bank was one of nine original members of R3, founded in 2014 to explore the use of the distributed database technology in Wall Street infrastructure.

Wall Street's Big Brother: The AI Software Goldman Sachs And Steve Cohen Are Using To Track Traders

Here's why Digital Reasoning's language-learning technology is being used by a who's-who roster of Wall Street's most scrutinized firms as they rein in employees and work to avoid the multi-billion dollar regulatory fines that have plagued the industry.

Goldman Sachs Upgrades Microchip, Still Doesn’t Think It’s A Buy

Microchip Technologies (MCHP) is lower Friday, as Goldman Sachs upgraded the shares—but not to Buy. Analyst Mark Delaney and his team raised their rating from Sell to Neutral, and raised their target price from $49 to $57.  He writes that the move comes as a few companies, including Teradyne (TER) and NXP Semi (NXPI), have reported that MCU demand is up.

10 things in tech you need to know today (AAPL, GOOG, TWTR, FB)

Good morning! Here's the technology news you need to know this Thursday. 1. Snapchat has chosen Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs to run its IPO. JPMorgan, Deutsche Bank, Allen & Co., Barclays, and Credit Suisse will be joint bookrunners. 2. Show More Summary

Goldman Sachs: We're in the 'second wave' of fintech

The next stage of development in financial technology is going to be partnerships between big banks and startups.It's actually the third wave of the industry's development, according to Jeff Gido, Goldman Sachs's Global Head of Fintech in the investment banking division. Show More Summary

Banks like to talk about blockchain, but none wants to be the first to actually use it

There are more than 50 major banks clamoring to adopt the technology known as blockchain – the underpinnings of bitcoin – but none of them wants to be the first. Goldman Sachs, JPMorganChase, and Bank of America are among the big names...Show More Summary

gE Blog Series: Innovation in Logistics Technology Part 3 - Challenges of Using Drones

Research conducted by Goldman Sachs predicts that the global commercial drone market is expected to grow to $20.6 billion USD and the compound annual growth rate is supposed to grow by 41% from 2016-2021. In North America alone, theShow More Summary

LEDs, Not Solar, Have Transformed Their Industry

For all of the talk about the disruptive nature of wind and solar on the utility sector, there is another clean energy technology that has already quietly rocked its own industry: light-emitting diodes. Goldman Sachs recently released 60 charts that show the transformation that’s occurring in the low-carbon economy. Show More Summary

NetApp’s Less Bad, Garmin’s Now a Sell, Says Goldman

Goldman Sachs analysts today swapped out their favorites among tech dogs, raising the firm’s rating on storage technology vendor NetApp (NTAP) to Neutral from Sell, while cutting wearables maker and personal navigation tech pioneer Garmin (GRMN)...Show More Summary

A group of 15-year old girls started building apps, and it could land them a job at Goldman Sachs

On the second floor of Goldman Sachs' headquarters in downtown New York, a group of 40 girls are diligently working on their final technology projects. Many of them have never been introduced to computer science before, but after weeks...Show More Summary

Goldman Sachs leads second round of investment in Brazil startup

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs has led a second round of investment to inject around 35 million reais ($11 million) into Brazilian technology startup CargoX, in a sign of investor confidence despite the deepest recession in decades. Show More Summary

Mobileye: Goldman Cuts to Hold on 60% Move Since February

Shares of autonomous driving technology maker Mobileye (MBLY) are up 18 cents, or half a percent, at $39.97, despite a cautious note this morning from Goldman Sachs’s Alexander Duval, who cuts the stock to Neutral from Buy, and trims the price target to $40 from $45, after the stock outperformed in the last year or […]

Wall Street is piling in to a 'game changing' technology

You may have heard about the blockchain. It is a kind of distributed ledger, and Wall Street is buzzing with its potential benefits. Autonomous Research has called the technology a "game changer," and Goldman Sachs has said the technology " has the potential to redefine transactions. Show More Summary

Fintech Firm Plaid Technologies Raises $44 Million

Plaid Technologies, whose software allows a variety of financial-technology startups to access their customers’ bank account information, has raised $44 million in a new round led by a fund at Goldman Sachs.

Exclusive: F5 Networks hires Goldman to field takeover interest - sources

By Liana B. Baker and Greg Roumeliotis (Reuters) - F5 Networks Inc, a U.S. computer networking company whose technology helps speed up data center traffic, has hired investment bank Goldman Sachs Group Inc following takeover approaches, people familiar with the matter said. Show More Summary

We could be set for a 'brave new world' of stock trading

Wall Street is excited about Blockchain. Nasdaq CEO Bob Greifeld has said his company needs to be a "rapid applier" of the technology. Autonomous Research has called the technology a "game changer." Goldman Sachs has said the use ofShow More Summary

Google has passed Goldman Sachs in one measure of prestige (AAPL, GOOGL)

Status-conscious 20- and 30-somethings are increasingly working at technology firms such as Google, at least according to one measure of prestige. One of the most underrated sections of The New York Times is its wedding section, which...Show More Summary

GOLDMAN SACHS: 5 practical uses for blockchain — from Airbnb to stock markets

"Is the hype around blockchain justified?" asks Goldman Sachs in a blockbuster 88-page note sent to clients this week. The financial world has been going crazy for blockchain technology for the last year or so, hypothesising how it could rip out huge amounts of costs for big banks and streamline operations. Show More Summary

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