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    The Senate passed a 2018 budget, speculation over the next Fed chair continued, and a surprising new development emerged in tax reform discussions.
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A leading oil and gas adviser from KPMG discusses the renewed focus on core among oil and gas players and what that could mean for private equity investors.

This episode of the Middle Market Growth Conversations podcast explores the marijuana market and the controversial tax treatment cannabis businesses face.

In this episode of the MMG Conversations podcast, Josephs describes why employee stock ownership plans make good business sense and how they can help middle-market companies address talent challenges.

Cypress Group's Langston Emerson gives an update at ACG's Public Policy Summit on the issues ACG is watching and tax reform developments in Washington.

Industry Trends

A timeline shows how LivWell Enlightened Health has grown as the legal status of cannabis in the U.S. has evolved state by state.

The Private Equity for Puerto Rico initiative is rallying the financial community to support relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Maria.

A Capital One report makes the case for why thriving amid disruption is an economic imperative, and it provides four steps midsize companies can take to flourish in disruptive times.

If history is any guide, changes underway in Europe spell opportunity for U.S. middle-market businesses and investors.

Public Policy

The Senate passed a 2018 budget, speculation over the next Fed chair continued, and a surprising new development emerged in tax reform discussions.

Is the House Speaker cancelling Christmas? Catch up on this and other implications for tax reform, the top public policy issue on our radar this week.

Efforts may not come to fruition until 2018, if at all, but if and when they do, there are several provisions the middle market should watch closely.

This week we're watching tax reform developments as ad spending heats up. Plus, a longtime supporter of the middle market sets her sights on a Senate seat.