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Middle-Market Public Policy Roundup

The border adjustment tax is dead, the new Fed vice chair wants transparency, and P3s were touted as a panacea to U.S. infrastructure woes in this week’s top stories.

New Facility Signals Electrified Growth for Proterra

The electric-bus maker, and subject of MMG's Summer 2017 cover story, opened a new Los Angeles-area facility this week, continuing its accelerated growth.

The Middle Market Carries Itself with Confidence Through Q2 2017

A new report from the National Center for the Middle Market shows revenue growth, job creation and confidence were strong in Q2 2017.

Rebranding as a Private Equity Value Driver

Financial sponsors should answer these nine questions when deciding whether to undertake a rebranding effort for their portfolio companies.

Tax Court Opens Door for Foreign Investment in Partnerships

The court recently reversed an IRS position in a move that should provide comfort to foreign LPs and may attract overseas investors to U.S. funds.

Middle-Market Public Policy Roundup

This week, the GOP looked to tax reform for a potential legislative victory, but paying for cuts could be tricky. Meanwhile, NAFTA renegotiation takes a back seat.

What You Need to Know About Amazon’s Largest Deal To Date

The online retailer's purchase of Whole Foods reflects an overall uptick in activity for grocery store M&A.

Private Equity Fundraising Is Sitting Pretty in 2017—PitchBook Report

The first half of the year has been good to PE as investors continued to commit capital and funds steadily put their dry powder to work.

What Can KKR Teach the Middle Market About Succession Planning?

The private equity firm is planning for the next generation of leadership. Middle-market companies should follow these key steps to make sure they're prepared too.

Middle-Market Public Policy Roundup

Making headlines this week is a likely contender for the next Fed chair, plus Congressional discussions of pass-through tax rates and opposition to a procedural vote on health care.