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Can CEOs Find Relief From Skyrocketing Health Costs?

A study of firms in four industries finds that a new type of wellness program that stresses “accountability” and uses financial incentives and individual coaching to improve employee health habits can lead to a sharp reduction in health claims and a boost to employer bottom lines.

Darrell Moon Corporate Finance , Health/Benefits , Talent Management , Talent Management October 24 2011
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Anatomy of an Asymmetrical Acquisition

Why bigger companies are targeting smaller company acquisitions—and how they make them work.

Dale Buss Corporate Finance , Mergers & Acquisitions November 2 2010

CEO Surprises

How customers and technological advances can shake things up.

Bob Donnelly Corporate Finance , Small Business October 13 2010

How Better Succession Planning Leads to Favorable Evaluations

A new study of investor concerns provides CEOs and boards a roadmap for reducing risk and improving business performance.

Bruce Sherman Corporate Finance , Corporate Finance , Governance/Compliance , Governance/Compliance , Investor Relations September 10 2010
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Six Avoidable M&A Mistakes

What not to do to make the most of your acquisition opportunities.

Russ Banham Corporate Finance , Corporate Finance , Mergers & Acquisitions , Small Business , Small Business September 2 2010

CEOs and Customers

Customers are in charge now.

Bob Donnelly Corporate Finance , Internet , Small Business July 30 2010

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