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As Britain says goodbye to the EU in March, another aging institution, Aston Martin, is looking to get back on track through the public markets. Aston Martin, the British National Treasure and luxury carmaker favored by James Bond, is floating plans to...

It’s been 31 years since Michael Jordan and Nike teamed up to release his signature shoe, the Air Jordan, in 1984. Much like Jordan on the court, his sneakers have reliable swept their competition for years, with no other brand of...

The PGA championship will no doubt be on everyone’s minds as you stroll along the golf green in the weeks to come, courting clients or relaxing with colleagues. Because there’s no official uniform, golfers have uniquely free reign over what they...

If you’re a professional or dealmaker, you know that making the right first impression can go a long way when meeting with clients. Chances are you put some thought and effort into what you wear in and out of the office....

Nasdaq is looking to give iced tea maker-turned-cryptocurrency miner the boot for attempting to dupe investors with its strange pivot. The U.S.-based, publicly traded Long Island Iced Tea Corp. (LTEA) tripped out analysts in December when it announced it’d be changing...

In 2015, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau brought gender parity to the Canadian Cabinet. We’re not there yet in M&A and private capital, but many are trying to find the right path. In celebration of International Women’s Day, we’re highlighting the achievements...

February has been a rollercoaster for Bitcoin, with the cryptocurrency plunging from nearly $20,000 in December to US$11,000 at the end of January then down again to under $6,000 in the first week of February before swinging back over $10,000 by...

Somewhere between stock and currency Greed isn’t Wall Street’s flaw; it’s not wrong to want and to want more. But what if greed could be shared, collaborative even? It’s the thesis behind South African technologist Richard Craib’s Numerai, the world’s first artificial...

Like a lost tribe severed from the rest of the world, investment banking has developed its own seemingly indecipherable language. We’re not talking “shorting” and “IPOs” and “EBITDA” – we’re talking “Tom Hanks racing around the world, wondering what the hell...

The due diligence process is complex and highly structured. If diligence isn’t conducted properly, it can cause an enormous amount of stress for everyone involved. This is where the virtual data room comes in. If you’re new to M&A, think of...