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Oil price volatility has profound effects on chemical producers, who will have to plan their next moves in an environment of extreme uncertainty.
Moving beyond lean at financial services companies.
The private equity industry faces major challenges in 2015 and beyond, but five building blocks can help firms create value across their portfolios.
Healthcare continues to be an attractive but challenging area for private equity investment.
Car owners in China’s mega-cities are rethinking the value of car ownership.
Mergers and acquisitions deliver better results for consumer goods companies than for companies in other industries.
As consumers depend more on their networks, network operators have an opportunity to restore the premium value and perception of the service they provide.
How should brands and retailers transform their business model to adapt to customer purchasing habits in the digital age?
The diamond market's rollercoaster trajectory of recent years has moderated, and it's now on a path of steady, sustainable growth.
Media companies will need to adapt to create and deliver the native digital content that a growing audience prefers.
A thorough review of a power generation portfolio informs decisions about how to reduce costs, raise revenues and make strategic plans.
How companies could get more value out of cloud computing.
Translating strategy into principles is the first step to creating a strong model.
A compelling experience is the surest way to delight customers and stand out.
Many companies are evaluating their supply chains after years of growth.
Enabling employees to get real-time feedback directly from customers.
Creating a path to leadership economics.
Why companies that offer buybacks or dividends often miss out on growth.
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