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Across the country, class is back in session and students are beginning another year of learning and expanding their minds. But, we shouldn’t be leaving skill improvement to those attending school – after all, ensuring your skills are kept sharp is...

It is a vital part of the M&A process that confidential documents remain that way, and that sensitive documents are treated carefully. Mishaps, regardless of severity, can lead to delays, deal derailments, or potentially even lawsuits. Sellers and their advisors need to...

Most people in the world know that Apple is something of an anomaly, having become the first company to cross the $1 trillion mark for market capitalization. Perhaps more striking, however, is its valuation: despite hefty margins and solid growth, Apple...

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...

Global dealmaking in the first half of 2018 reached $2.5 trillion, shattering previous records for the period. Mega-deals drove the 61 percent increase of dealmaking from the same time last year, with 81 announced transactions in 2018 above the $5 billion...

What do Anheuser-Busch InBev £79 billion ($104.3 billion) takeover of SABMiller, Royal Dutch Shell’s £35 billion ($46.2 billion) merger with BG Group, and Softbank’s £24.3 billion ($32 billion) acquisition of Arm Holdings all have in common? The boutique London M&A firm...

As tradition dictates, a few weeks ago, NBA commissioner Adam Silver stood on a stage emblazoned with the league’s trademark colors to announce the number one draft pick for the upcoming season. The bespectacled, lanky lawyer-turned-COO-turned-commissioner by way of NBA Entertainment...

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There’s a (true) story about the building of the Panama Canal with a great lesson about deal execution. In the mid-1800’s, fresh off his wildly successful completion of the Suez Canal, Ferdinand de Lesseps was considered the perfect choice to lead a...

Scrolling through the comments section under the BBC’s coverage of the first camera phone in September 2001 says a lot about the effect putting that camera lens and sensor in the cellphone has had on society. Glenn Broadway from the UK, wrote:...