As IPOs get done at a rapid pace and with high valuations, private company CEOs may want to be prepared for the possibility. PE investor experience with late-stage growth companies can be a valuable resource.
Proxy season is coming and no company is immune from activist campaigns. A look at what attracts an activist investor, common activist objectives and how to be prepared for anything.
Why Sam Zell believes Americans will rush back to the office, and other observations on commercial real estate in the new era.
All companies should consider taking a page from the playbooks of automotive CFOs, who are fundamentally rethinking the way they evaluate future growth and make financial decisions.
When the C-suite not only brings the dollars, but brings the right voices to their decision-making table—and asks the right questions—meaningful collaboration occurs.
Corporate leaders shared hard-won wisdom at Chief Executive's Manufacturing M&A Dealmakers’ Forum. The takeaways.
While an escalation the scale of GameStop won’t likely be a common occurrence, this sort of single stock vulnerability is likely here to stay, particularly for small and mid-cap public companies with limited trading float. What CEOs need to know.
CEO Williams has built Acrisure into a $2.2-billion giant by acquiring agencies and then making them better.
Even in the depths of the 2008-09 recession, financially resilient companies showed a 25-point higher EBITDA than nonresilient counterparts and enjoyed markedly better recovery. But going forward, organizational resilience will be every bit as vital to success.
It's easy to get emotional about the rough year we've had—but don't. Keeping score by focusing on company data will empower the right decisions and help you emerge from this dark time with intact staff and critical competitive advantages.