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    A House Financial Services subcommittee will examine the current and future impact of AI, and the U.S.-China trade deal is uncertain after Trump announcements.
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Supply Chain Solutions CEO Leslie Brand outlines some ways tariffs and technology are changing the way trade winds are blowing for middle-market companies.

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The Valufinder Group's Managing Director Jay Aidikoff shares his thoughts on how buy-side advisers can more effectively source deals for PE firms in today's competitive market.

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RSM's chief economist looks at household spending, trade policy and fiscal conditions, and how they bode for the U.S. economy in 2020.

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The internet of things promises to make measuring and managing company operations easier, but modernizing operations and organizational change remain significant obstacles.

Public Policy

A House Financial Services subcommittee will examine the current and future impact of AI, and the U.S.-China trade deal is uncertain after Trump announcements.

A brief look at the House Committee on Financial Services' schedule for the month of December.

A House committee held a private equity hearing, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce evaluated the Stop Wall Street Looting Act, and a federal government shutdown was averted until December.

The SEC’s Investor Advisory Committee discussed ESG data and the accredited investor definition, and the NLRB's chairman responded to congressional criticism about the joint-employer standard.