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  • Middle-Market Public Policy Roundup
    An SEC rule change might allow companies to communicate with some investors before they go public, and Congress seeks exemptions for small M&A brokers.
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RSM's chief economist discusses the risk factors impacting the middle-market economy, the likelihood of a U.S. recession, and his reading recommendations.

ACG Boston's John Dvor speaks with Andrew Glazier, CEO of Defy Ventures, a nonprofit that provides entrepreneurial training to formerly incarcerated adults.

Mark Heimbouch reflects on the combination of Vantiv and Worldpay a year ago, the integration process, and the company's overall approach to M&A.

A lead attorney in billionaire David Tepper's purchase of the Carolina Panthers gives an inside look at one of the largest pro sports deals in history.

Industry Trends

Attractive assets are scarce and expensive for investors looking to buy, but an imminent economic slowdown might present an opportunity.

As new technologies and changing consumer expectations transform health care, many organizations are looking for new ways to navigate the disruption.

Six facts about industry trends and consumer behavior in the sports and recreation sector.

Next-generation learning management solutions are entering the market to help improve knowledge-retention, and investors are taking note.

Public Policy

An SEC rule change might allow companies to communicate with some investors before they go public, and Congress seeks exemptions for small M&A brokers.

Federal financial enforcement and regulatory agencies say to expect delays following the government shutdown.

The SEC issues a proposal to expand the amount of shares investor companies can hold, and the president and Congress work to prevent another shutdown.

The Financial Stability Board published an annual report on "shadow banking" and President Donald Trump gave his second State of the Union address.