Articles & Interviews

On occassion I have given interviews to the press and have made presentations and speeches. Some of the topics I enjoy discussing include digital media, Internet, venture capital, entrepreneurship and investment banking. I have also spoken on both U.S. and Asian topics.


Start-ups Seek the Arms of Old Foes, Financial Times, October 2008

The New Online Stock: Web Site Names, The New York Times, February 2008

Silicon Valley Should Withstand Next Bust, The Wall Street Journal, November 2007

Venture Capital Goes Big: Start-Up Angels Fill Void As Buyout Frenzy Fades; Carlyle’s Large Fund, The Wall Street Journal, October 2007

Which No-Name Startup is Making a Name for Itself with Hollywood’s Anti-Piracy Police, Business Week, June 2007

Digital Media of the Future, The Dealmaker, July 2006

Taxicab Interview with David Liu, The Dealmaker, June 2006

Chinese IPOs Stick Close To Home, The Wall Street Journal, March 2006

Media Investing’s New Thing: Web 2.0, IDD, February 2006

NASDAQ Reaps Asian Windfall, The Wall Street Journal, February 2006

Tech Companies ‘Re-Potting’ in US, CBS Marketwatch, January 2006

Baidu: “We’ve Seen This Movie Before”, Business Week, August 2005

There’s More Where Baidu Came From, Business Week, August 2005

Google Hovers as Baidu Readies IPO, The Deal, July 2005

China’s Global Urge to Merge, Business Week, July 2005

Tech Opportunities in China, The Red Herring, April 2005

Tech IPOs Find Launching Pad, The Wall Street Journal, April 2005

Tech Firms Seek Stability in Arms of Institutional Investors, The Wall Street Journal, August 2004

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