Technology >> Analyst Interviews >> September 1, 2003
TWST: Can we start out with your coverage and how you see the world at MEGAN GRAHAM-HACKETT is the computer hardware and networking analyst for
Standard & Poor's Equity Research Department, a position she has held
since 1997. In this position, Ms. Graham-Hackett covers 30 companies
related to the computer hardware and data networking technology sectors.
Since joining Standard & Poor's in 1997, she has been interviewed and
quoted widely on her coverage of technology issues for S&P, including
appearances on CNBC, CNN, ABC and Nightly Business Report, and quoted in
The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswire and Bloomberg News. Prior to
S&P, she served as an aerospace industry analyst at Merrill Lynch & Co.
from 1994 to 1997. She started her Wall Street career in 1990, when she
served as an aerospace industry analyst at Prudential Securities, Inc.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Mount Holyoke
College, and was credited with an honorable mention for her achievements
in the final examinations for Economics majors. In addition, she has
completed subsequent course work in Accounting, Financial Statement
Analysis and Equity Valuation from a variety of institutions, including
study for the Chartered Financial Analyst certificate program, for which
she has successfully passed Level One. She also has Series 7, Series 16
and Series 63 licenses. Profile
Ms. Graham-Hackett: My coverage is principally computer hardware and
networking companies. In the computer