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When news broke of the Tim Hortons/Burger King merger, many investors cheered. But my immediate thought was somewhat lackluster. I didn't see the non-financial synergy. Instead, I saw huge potential issues for Tim Hortons (soon to be minority) shareholders.
Harvard, Princeton, Stanford and Yale are considered to be the top four business schools in America. Here are some of their most famous graduates.
Dov Charney and Chip Wilson are the latest founders to be ousted by their own companies. But they're not alone. Here's a look at some other famous founders who were kicked to the curb.
M&A is a stressful business that needs to be relieved in some way. You'll be surprised to learn what some billionaire dealmakers choose to do in their spare time.
Lululemon and American Apparel serve as a painful reminder to boards that the corporate experience and influence of a founder can be a dual-edged sword if not handled properly.
What legal issues are at play when a public company makes required disclosures via social media? Corporate and securities lawyer, Samuel Whitley, reviews what lessons can be learned from Netflix.
Sochi's spectacular Winter Olympics is now all but over, but was it worth the $52 billion price tag? We take a closer look at the extraordinary costs associated with the event, where the money came from, and who benefited the most. The...
In Peter Fuhrman's nearly-twenty years in and around the PE and VC industry in the US, Europe and Asia, he's never seen anything quite like what happens in China.
Don’t let the lavish lifestyles, outspoken personalities or capitalist sentiments fool you; these business philanthropists have big wallets and big hearts.
2013 M&A deal making started on a strong note with the proposed merger of US Air and American airlines in February. With this deal, American Airlines and US Air hoped to join together to create the world’s largest airline.
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