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- ThinkSet, July 18, 2019
While business communications migrate to text messaging and other applications, email still remains a valuable source of information during an investigation. Read more from Adam Garside and Adam Brun in ThinkSet.
- BRG Corporate Finance, Q2 2019
The report includes news, performance metrics, and our proprietary view of valuation multiples for the Public GPs. We perform detailed research on each investment manager and apply a consistent methodology to determine our view on valuation metrics to create a truly comparable set.
- BRG Retail, July 12, 2019
- ThinkSet, July 11, 2019
David Kalat writes about how a patent infringement lawsuit between Atari and Magnavox (over Pong) led to the era of patent trolls.
- Total Retail, July 2, 2019
BRG Retail professionals write about 2018 operating results, store closures and bankruptcies so far in 2019, and retail's "call to action" and evolution.
- Legaltech News, July 2, 2019
David Kalat writes about the effects and influence of “Eligible Receiver” and the “Solar Sunrise” attack on the US defense establishment and cybersecurity policy.
- Forbes, June 30, 2019
Harry Broadman writes about the faster growth of cross-border trade in the service sectors compared to that in manufacturing industries of the United States.
- ThinkSet, June 27, 2019
- Gulf News, June 25, 2019
Harry Broadman writes about the independence of the Federal Reserve and its monetary policy objectives of combating inflation, promoting full employment, and maintaining the nation’s financial stability.
- The Water Report, June 2019
- BRG Review, June 2019
Nicholas Chmielewski and Jason Moretz provide insight into the challenges associated with properly measuring for boarding patients’ impact on ED productivity; and discuss the impact of four methods on accounting for such loss.
- BRG Corporate Finance research, June 20, 2019
The May edition of the report reviews topics including defaults, interest rates, auto sales and production, and inflation and real earnings.
- ThinkSet, June 20, 2019
Scott Morrison writes about increased regulatory focus on digital markets and competition, and the opportunity for organizations to optimize digital experiences for customers.
- BRG, June 2019
Jon Berkoe writes about investment in technology-based innovation in the construction industry and potential guidelines for deploying technology solutions on CapEx projects.
- BRG ThinkSet, June 13, 2019
Michael Casey and Gregory Serrago write about the potential use of data to meet market demand in brick-and-mortar fashion retail.
- Project Syndicate, June 13, 2019
Laura Tyson writes about the labor market, potential advances in artificial intelligence and automation, and new occupations that will require new technical skills.
- Electric Light & Power, June 11, 2019
- GP-Led Transactions: A Way for Limited Partners to Get the Transparency, Analysis, and Options They Want in Complex DealsBenefitsPRO, June 5, 2019
- Legaltech News, June 4, 2019
David Kalat writes about information theory, telecommunications systems, and Richard Hamming, an American mathematician who invented the Hamming Error Correcting Codes in the late 1940s.
- Law360, June 3, 2019
Elizabeth Arnold writes about potential effects of a recent ruling on the Dynamex “ABC” test for companies operating in California with independent contractors and methods for retrospective data collection.
- Forbes, May 31, 2019
Harry Broadman writes about tariffs on US imported merchandise, the economic incidence of the payments of such tariffs, and effective incentives for China to execute fundamental market-oriented reforms.
- ThinkSet, May 30, 2019
Ben Fouracre and Archana Kotecha offer a look into modern slavery and human trafficking and what business leaders should do to help stop illegal activities.
- ThinkSet, May 30, 2019
At BRG, delivering insights to business leaders and big thinkers around the world is an important part of our work—and a big reason why ThinkSet exists.
- Gulf News, May 29, 2019
Harry G. Broadman writes about the actions of competition and antitrust authorities regarding high-tech industries in the US, and the welfare of consumers and other businesses.
- BRG client alert, May 28, 2019
- ThinkSet, May 23, 2019
Harry G. Broadman offers his perspective on the changes to CFIUS and his predictions for what lies ahead.
- Retail IT Insights, May 22, 2019
BRG Retail writes about operating results, store closures and bankruptcies, the continuing evolution of retail, and critical themes for the C-suite.
- Financial Times, May 21, 2019
Harry Broadman writes about criticisms and demands of China's commitments to emerging economies and the feasibility of the Belt and Road Initiative's implementation.
- BRG client alert, May 17, 2019
John Auerbach writes about guidance from the US Treasury Department regarding OFAC compliance programs, and how to mitigate enforcement penalties.
- Going Concern: Will Proposed Changes to Audit Requirements Address Concerns Regarding Corporate Failures?BRG, May 16, 2019
Ben Johnson and Amy McLaughlin write about the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) and a revised International Standard on Auditing (ISA 570), “Going Concern,” specific to the UK.
- ThinkSet, May 16, 2019
David Kalat discusses the history of cryptography, why the government used to think of it as “spy stuff,” and the potential benefits of the technology for individual users and society at large.