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The Prime Minister’s enterprise adviser Lord Young has now published the second part of his report on small business.
Dow strikes new high, but is the move too much for the FTSE?
Dow strikes new high; is the FTSE set to follow?
Business folklore is full of businesses which started during a recession, from GE to Microsoft and Wikipedia. In an economic downturn where job security becomes unstable the story of hope and destiny is a compelling one, from another perspective there are opportunities for those with a killer instinct as incumbents may be vulnerable.
26 February 2013 | Limited Partner Survey Reveals Confidence, Optimism For Alternative Investments In 2013
Duff & Phelps recently revealed the results of a survey of limited partners (LPs) who believe that private equity has successfully rebounded from the crisis and is positioned for strong performance this year. Prepared in collaboration with mergermarket, the Alternative Investments Outlook 2013 report synthesises interviews with 100 LPs operating across North America and Western Europe.
This edition of Energy Perspectives includes: Discussion of Analysts’ views of current and 2013 forecasted prices of crude oil and natural gas Public trading data across the energy sector Recent energy sector M&A transactions
A precedent that could change the face of restructuring in France - and inevitably how French private equity deals are priced and implemented - is being played out in the French criminal courts as the former head of France Telecom, Didier Lombard, was released on police bail in July 2012 over charges of “Moral and institutional harassment” of his workforce.
This article is written for readers who may be faced with sourcing or referencing a Chief Restructuring Officer - a CRO or for company directors faced with the prospect of having to appoint a CRO.
BY TMA (UK) Gold Sponsor - Mark Blayney of Galen Partners
With several months of flat or rising unemployment, currently standing at around 2.43 million, many of the expectations back in 2009 that the figure would breach the 3 million mark, have not become reality.