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  • How national oil companies can fuel economic development

    May 06, 2013 | Oil & Gas | Oil & Gas Financial Journal

    Leading national oil companies not only channel capital, technological and operational know-how into the country, they also serve as custodians of their nation’s wealth. They guard its integrity as the country moves through economic cycles, and maintain a steady course in the quest for global

  • How national oil companies can fuel economic development

    May 01, 2012 | Oil & Gas | Forbes.com

    Leading NOCs maintain a steady course in the quest for global competitiveness. The best ones serve national interests the most when they bring global standards home.

  • How to win in emerging markets

    April 06, 2008 | Consumer Products | Sloan Management Review

    Emerging markets in Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe are delivering some of the strongest revenue and profit growth for global makers of fast-moving consumer goods, despite concerns that lower prices might translate into lower profits.

  • Private equity: an unlikely resource for public companies in slow economies

    February 19, 2008 | Primary & Secondary Education | American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research | Media mention

    Orit Gadiesh and Hugh MacArthur, consultants at Bain & Company, have written authoritatively on what public companies can learn from private equity in a new book (Lessons from Private Equity Any Company Can Use, Harvard Business School Press, 2008).

  • The Bain diaspora

    November 30, 2007 | Private Equity | Private Equity International | Media mention

    Tim Sims, the former chairman and managing director of Bain's Australian and African operations states, "The really successful Bain graduate carries a blueprint for the skills which are now recognized as setting apart the highest performing funds in the private equity industry.

  • Building an innovation platform

    September 23, 2007 | Consumer Products | CEO Forum

    Consumer goods companies typically look to innovation to open new streams of revenue, stay ahead of competitors and justify price increases. But nine out of 10 innovations die in the pipeline, and about three-quarters fail after launch.