The New Gold Rush

French, Jeff
April 2006
Investment Dealers' Digest;4/17/2006, Vol. 72 Issue 15, p28
Trade Publication
The article looks into situation of banks and banking industry in the U.S. Banking on the Left Coast is lively again because of the resurgence of technology while investment banking in the West Coast has always been different from the East Coast. For several years, banking in West Coast went gangbusters, but eventually peaked in 2000 when equity issuance for technology accounted for 61 billion dollars.


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