The online retailer's purchase of Whole Foods reflects an overall uptick in activity for grocery store M&A.
Across the country, ACG chapters are introducing niche programming to help serve the needs of diverse member segments.
Take a look inside Proterra's zero-emission electric buses.
With ride-sharing platforms like Uber and Lyft, the entire business model of the transportation industry is changing, including parts makers, service providers and others in the aftermarket.
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Check out Noonan's take on acquisitions, the deal cycle and the outlook under a new administration.
Check out Linch's take on fundrasing, the automotive industry and sell-side diligence.
Deal activity in the automotive aftermarket remained strong in 2016, with more than 130 deals disclosed in North America. BB&T'S Joe Sparacino explains.
William Spiegel of Pine Brook Partners discusses the regulatory and interest rate dynamics impacting financial services investing today.
A veteran fundraiser explains which types of GPs are raising the most capital in Europe, why European LPs remain bullish on private equity, and how U.S. capital is flowing into
The head of a major private equity placement agent explains why U.S. private equity dominates as a destination for global capital.
The electric-bus maker, and subject of MMG's Summer 2017 cover story, opened a new Los Angeles-area facility this week, continuing its accelerated growth.
A new report from the National Center for the Middle Market shows revenue growth, job creation and confidence were strong in Q2 2017.
Financial sponsors should answer these nine questions when deciding whether to undertake a rebranding effort for their portfolio companies.
The court recently reversed an IRS position in a move that should provide comfort to foreign LPs and may attract overseas investors to U.S. funds.
This week, the GOP looked to tax reform for a potential legislative victory, but paying for cuts could be tricky. Meanwhile, NAFTA renegotiation takes a back seat.
Making headlines this week is a likely contender for the next Fed chair, plus Congressional discussions of pass-through tax rates and opposition to a procedural vote on health care.
Tax reform headlines top the week's middle-market public policy news as Washington wrestles with issues such as corporate interest deductability and a border adjustment tax.
Putting restrictions on businesses’ ability to deduct interest paid on corporate debt would hamper economic growth, the BUILD Coalition, an ACG Global partner, asserted to national lawmakers on Thursday.