Michael J. Wolf

There’s Huge Growth Ahead in Chinese Market: Wolf

Activate Co-Founder and Managing Director Michael Wolf discusses Alibaba’s IPO and investing in China on “In The Loop.”

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Bloomberg Radio’s “The Hays Advantage”: Activate’s Wolf Says Millennials Are Big Merger Target

Michael Wolf, managing director and co-founder of Activate, is seeing two trends in so-called “millennial panic” mergers and acquisitions. He says companies are buying what he calls “internet unicorns”, companies that have scaled very quickly, that have huge user bases and that would be very difficult for big companies to replicate – a group he says is very small. Wolf says the second trend is what he’s calling “aqui-hires”, that is companies buying small companies for their engineers and developer talent. Wolf speaks with Bloomberg’s Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn on Bloomberg Radio’s “The Hays Advantage.”

Link: Bloomberg Radio’s "The Hays Advantage": Activate’s Wolf Says Millennials Are Big Merger Target

Women Make Up Only 24% of eBay’s Tech Workers

Bloomberg’s Shelby Holliday reports on diversity in the tech industry. She speaks on “In The Loop.” Activate Co-Founder and Managing Director Michael Wolf also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)

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21st Century Fox faces big hurdles: NYT’s Stewart

James Stewart, New York Times columnist, and Michael Wolf, Activate co-founder, discuss Time Warner’s rebuff of Rupert Murdoch’s $80 billion bid. It’s clear there are a lot of synergies between these two companies, says Wolf.

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CNBC: In Google’s best interest to protect privacy

CNBC’s Jon Fortt reports on the tech community’s focus on Internet surveillance. It’s in Google’s best interest and all the tech company’s best interest to protect privacy and trust, says Michael Wolf, Activate founder.

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