Abruptly announced tariffs, trade disputes and related policies are forcing thousands of midsize U.S. companies to respond to a new set of questions from investors.
With technology and customer experience in mind, Progistics launched its FragilePak service in 2015. Today, it's generating $75 million in revenue and increasing its share of the home delivery space.
Fattmerchant is developing software that uses artificial intelligence to highlight sales trends and suggest areas where business owners dig deeper.
Wells Fargo's expertise in private equity and health care has helped EyeCare Partners expand its ophthalmology and optometry practices throughout the U.S.
Gretchen Perkins, a partner at Huron Capital, discusses the firm's deal sourcing and gives advice on how professionals can enter the private equity industry.
Leaders from RSM US LLP, General Atlantic and Automation Anywhere discuss the opportunity automation presents for private equity portfolios.
Leaders from RSM US LLP and Activus Risk Management offer concrete steps for PE firms to get started with ESG initiatives.
On the podcast, 12-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte discussed his swimming career and how he's working to repair his reputation and regain sponsorships after two swimming suspensions.
On the podcast, leaders from two technology-focused growth equity firms spoke with MMG during the Toronto ACG Capital Connection.
On the podcast, Aetna Bearing Company board member Kal Beidas described the opportunity cost of tariffs and the new set of questions investors should ask.
Christine Ing, a partner at McCarthy Tétrault and a nationally-recognized expert in commercial transactions, discussed with MMG about how fintech is transforming the financial services industry.
The internet of things promises to make measuring and managing company operations easier, but modernizing operations and organizational change remain significant obstacles.
A growing deficit of drivers is hurting transportation companies nationwide, but what are middle-market shippers and their investors doing to apply the brakes?
Self-driving trucks probably won’t replace humans entirely, but systems that manage vehicles and drivers could soon look different thanks to autonomous vehicle technology, writes PitchBook Founder and CEO John Gabbert.
ACG Board of Directors Chairman Martin Okner welcomes new leadership at the organization and underscores the importance of messaging for middle-market businesses.
The House 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.
The SEC announced a proposal to modernize advertising rules affecting investment advisers, and the HFSC announced a November hearing on private funds.
The central bank voted to lower the federal funds rate in response to a cooling economy mitigated by weak business investment and exports.