Global Healthcare Corporate M&A 2018

Global Healthcare Corporate M&A 2018

By Jeff Haxer, Dale Stafford and Priscilla Schenck

Global corporate M&A activity in healthcare surged in 2017, fueled by relentless pressure on companies to contain costs and boost returns. 126 more words

Research & Development

Toys R Us: Memories, Intentions, Causes

You’ve probably heard by now that the death of Toys R Us is pretty much official now. After some time of news of bankruptcy and all that, it’s closing all its stores in the United States and United Kingdom. 757 more words


An Ode to Toys R Us

“I don’t wanna grow up, I’m a Toys R Us kid
they got a million toys at Toys R us that I can play with… 1,270 more words


I Thought This Would Happen!

If you haven’t noticed, the way you listen to radio has changed forever. Now, that in and of itself isn’t big news. Media, as I have often explained is in a continual span of flux. 509 more words

Insurers Can Break the Gordian Knot of Commoditization

How Insurers Can Break the Gordian Knot of Commoditization

Insurance companies don’t have much contact with customers, making it hard to build loyalty.

But, this Bain research shows how insurers can build loyalty by focusing on ecosystem services. 20 more words

IMBA, Inc.

King Romulus of Utopia

Mitt Romney is like the modern day Romulus and is a top political authority in the United States. The name Romney means Roman and both derive from the name Romulus who was considered the first King of Rome and founder of the Kings of Alba. 713 more words