Many of the sector’s dynamics—rampant fragmentation, accelerating pressure to reduce costs, new purchasing patterns and robust exit channels—make it a perfect fit for classic PE strengths.
Family offices and their advisers manage an estimated $4 trillion, including for the newly rich in Silicon Valley and China, Midwestern entrepreneurs and old money in Europe.
When your company has strong values that everyone understands, practices and demonstrates outwardly, then it will attract and retain employees, customers and other stakeholders.
MMG talks to the CEO and co-founder of GMM Nonstick Coatings, a privately held midsize company with global distribution, about the influences that shape his strategy.
May 29 is the deadline to submit the mandatory Form BE-10, which is used by the government to report benchmark data about U.S. companies and their foreign affiliates.
ACG’s newest Growth Economy data shows that midsize companies are responsible for a disproportionate share of economic improvement as measured by revenue and job creation.
ESOPs expert Mary Josephs outlines the benefits of the employee stock ownership structure through the lens of M&A.
Michael Dal Bello, investment partner, Pritzker Group Private Capital, gives an insider’s view on opportunities in the health care sector.
Bryan Frederickson of GulfStar Group discusses the state of the energy sector at InterGrowth 2015 in Orlando.