In this Middle Market Growth Conversation, Taylor Cupp, an architect and lead technologist with national real estate development firm M.A. Mortenson Company, discusses how virtual reality technology is being used to save upfront costs on commercial real estate projects. Using real-world examples such as SunTrust Park, home of the Atlanta Braves, he discusses the technology,
Area Wide Protective, with PE backing from The Riverside Company, is making traffic control safer and more efficient.
Infrastructure—the mere mention of our country’s dilapidated roads, bridges and airports (LaGuardia anyone?) makes many of us fume, especially those in the dealmaking space.
Some 60 percent of LPs said they plan to maintain or increase the amount of capital they have invested in private equity funds in offshore locations in the next five years.
President-elect Donald Trump said he intends to nominate Walter "Jay" Clayton, a partner with the New York-based law firm Sullivan & Cromwell, to lead the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.