This article is the first in a monthly column from FinTech GC Ksenia Sussman examining how the legal profession should adapt to current, and future, changes in technology.
In 1998, Henry Blodget, who at the time was an analyst at CIBC Oppenheimer, boldly predicted that Amazon’s stock would reach $400 per share. Blodget’s call was made at the height of a huge run-up in valuations of Silicon Valley tech startups. At the time, anything with a “.com” attached to it took off like a rocket ship.
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