Collaborating with a private equity firm may be a unique way to help executives realize business ownership, so long as they find the right partner.
Companies with cutting-edge technology can receive lucrative acquisition offers from larger organizations, but this is by no means guaranteed, and many CEOs sell themselves short by jumping at initial offers.
Xerox, the company that gave us the ethernet, the mouse, the graphical user interface, and the PC has succumbed as much to technology disruption as to corporate rot.
Everything has fallen into place in the Trump economic boom. Now CEOs need to figure out how to exploit today’s prosperity for the long term as well.
Both parties involved in a merger or acquisition should have a solid understanding of their individual cultures and the strengths (or weaknesses) they bring to the table.
VCs are willing to put in big money if they believe they’ll get big money back quickly. That means things can get tricky for small business owners who need capital, but aren’t quite the right size to attract venture capitalists.
Intive CEO Ludovic Gaudé talks about why CEOs should focus on company culture when weighing acquisitions, and the red flags to look out for when doing due diligence on a potential acquisition.
Asking "What if?" can bring clarity to M&A decisions that can be challenging with conflicting objectives.
A poll of 162 U.S. CEOs showed that a majority believe a correction was not only overdue, but needed.
The CEO carries a heavy burden, but it is the synergy with surrounding players like the CFO that opens doors to stability and steady growth.