Ultra Capital is backing Fiberight, a high-tech recycling plant, proving that impact investing strategies are anything but garbage.
The latest issue explores impact investing, including a look at Ultra Capital's support for a high-tech recycling project in Maine.
The May/June 2018 edition looks at impact investing, including a profile of Ultra Capital and its investment in a high-tech recycling project.
PE firms are using cash on hand to devise innovative ways of transforming shopping centers into multi-use hubs that foster community—and turn a profit.
Take a video tour of the real estate edition, which includes a profile of flexible office lease provider Knotel and a look at PE's interest in shopping mall assets.
In addition to financial capital, restaurant companies should consider the intellectual capital of the buyer when negotiating a transaction, says CohnReznick's hospitality industry practice leader.
Take a video tour of the retail-themed edition of MMG, which includes a profile of Trademark Global and explores whether digital advertising is living up to the hype.
Wind Point's chief talent officer talks about the increasing focus on human capital by private equity firms, what her role entails, and how the firm builds long-term relationships.
Immelt reflects on his time at GE and the company's stock price today, and he offers advice for President Trump on how to handle the trade dispute with China.
RSM US LLP's national real estate industry leader weighs in on the opportunities and pitfalls for real estate M&A.
Yusko discusses his firm's acquisition of Full Tilt Capital, the move to true digital ownership via tokens, and the regulatory landscape facing crypto investors.
There tends to be significant misconception about environmental, social and governance management. Two experts break down what ESG management is and what it isn’t.
Business coalitions can be effective for driving social and environmental impact, but there are considerations to keep in mind to ensure success.
Issues to watch as Securities and Exchange Commission regulators train their sights on retail advisers.
Two experts in retail industry weigh in on the on the trends of the retail sector.
President Trump signs the bipartisan banking bill, the Fed weighs Volcker Rule changes, and riders in the House appropriations bill look unlikely.
The new bipartisan law shows the massive amount of political will required to achieve even modest changes to the Dodd-Frank Act.
The Senate banking bill moves closer to a vote, co-directors of the SEC’s Enforcement Division address cybersecurity, and the IRS commissioner offers timing for pass-through income guidance.
SEC Commissioner Piwowar announces he will step down, the NLRB considers the joint-employer standard again, and trade talks with China continue.