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The World Economic Forum held its annual meeting recently in the little Swiss ski town of Davos. There was plenty of snow this year, but no one focused much on hitting the slopes. This was one of the ...
February 15, 2018
It’s an age old question across all types of investing: can you have it all? In other words, can investors get the twin benefits of doing well and doing good? For the various private equity particip...
January 17, 2018
What happens when we tap or swipe on your phone? According to industry estimates: Only some 3 and a half trillion dollars of economic value added – about 4.5% of global GDP. Welcome to the mobile ec...
November 28, 2017
The question seems simple: How Can Family Firms Ensure Long-Term Value Creation? But as a new report – based on interviews 123 Asia-based family firms and 14 private equity professionals – shows,...
November 21, 2017
How important – how big and growing – is the App Economy? It’s not just the economic value, estimated at nearly $150B a year. The App Economy has added some 110K software jobs to the U.S. workf...
November 7, 2017
For years, Claudia Zeisberger has found herself being asked what might seem like a straightforward question: What is Private Equity. It also might seem like a surprising question, given that global pr...
October 31, 2017
Conventional wisdom in private equity has often gone like this: Performance persists across funds for the same partnership. But the view over the last years is mixed. One 2014 study found that post-...
October 13, 2017
The problem is challenging and enduring – and to listen to John Denniston, it also just may present the perfect opportunity to both do good and well. It’s called the Yield Gap – the difference i...
August 26, 2017
It’s a question that any executive or wannabe executive asks: What defines great leadership? Are great leaders born – or can the skills be learned? And how does strong leadership get connected to ...
July 21, 2017
For many Americans, a central reason that the inequality gap may be getting worse can be summed up in one word: Jobs. Job openings have been increasing. And yet as we all know – perhaps personally, ...
July 18, 2017

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