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Ari Zoldan is the CEO of Quantum Media Group, a global marketing and media agency. As an on-air TV personality, Ari can be seen regularly on FOX, CNN & CNBC covering technology, media and business trends. Ari serves as Chair of the Media & ... more

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Blink Charging: Powering The Electric Ecosystem
It is common knowledge that moving forward, electric vehicles (EVs) will dominate the transportation industry.
Discussing American Media
Does "fair and balanced" still exist?
E Walmart’s Poor Price Action Amid Strong Results Suggests Lower Prices Lie Ahead
Walmart had reported robust same-store comparable sales, which increased by 9.3% versus estimates for 5.4%. However, the company noted comparable sales were normalizing and had fallen to 4% in July.
Disney's Earnings Report And Future Outlook Amid A Global Pandemic
Ari Zoldan discusses Disney's latest earnings report and how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting the entertainment powerhouse.
A Bumpy Road To The Uber IPO?
Uber has had a rocky history with regulators from the very start. What will the future look like for Uber and the challenges to an IPO?
What Lies In Store For The Future Of LeEco
Ari Zoldan, CEO of Quantum Media Group, discusses the future of LeEco after it's disastrous attempt to aggressively expand and it's failed acquisition of Vizio. Video length 00:04:17.
E Immune Pharma To Unlock Value And Create Two Separate Pure Play Companies; Cytovia, Immune
Immune expects that the focus of Cytovia will be the European market for the drug, which has an addressable market of $175 million, while Pint will focus on the Latin America market with an addressable market of $100 million.
Athleisure Remains The Best “Fit” In Fashion Stocks
Gym clothing being worn causally is by no means a new trend, but it remains a growing one. With a recently estimated market size of $44 billion in the U.S. alone, the obsession over workout apparel seems to be far from waning.
Who Are The Next Acquisition Targets In Dermatology?
Specialty pharmaceuticals is a highly dynamic sector with robust stock valuations and an active mergers & acquisition market. One of the most attractive areas for investment is dermatology.
Here’s How Sensors Are Going To Change Everything
Sensor technology is growing increasingly popular in both the industrial and consumer sectors and across industries.
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