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Preparing for Takeoff: What TV Ad Sellers Can Learn from the Airline Industry

Jan 2017

Preparing for Takeoff: What TV Ad Sellers Can Learn from the Airline Industry

The airlines have developed a sophisticated approach for maximizing the value of ticket pricing. The same approach can work for a TV ad industry combatting falling ad rates and viewership. Here’s how it’s done.

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China M&As Eye Western Tech: Tense Times Follow

Nov 2016

China M&As Eye Western Tech: Tense Times Follow

Chinese companies are trying to scoop up Western tech companies in M&A mega deals, with big rewards for all. But suspicions on both sides continue to scuttle some of the deals. Here’s why.

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Poll: What is your top concern when buying online ads?

May 2016

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The Rise of Analytics in E-discovery:

Dec 2015

The Rise of Analytics in E-discovery:

There were just over 295,000 civil suits filed in U.S. district courts in 2014, an increase of 4 percent over 2013. On top of that, there were another 81,000 criminal cases (including fraud) filed.

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The Cautious Investors’ Guide to Brazil

Dec 2015

The Cautious Investors’ Guide to Brazil

It’s no secret that Brazil has been going through hard times and that investors — with good reason — regard the country as a high-risk environment.

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Case Study: Traveling the Hard Road to an Iraqi IPO

Jun 2014

Case Study: Traveling the Hard Road to an Iraqi IPO

Asiacell Communications, the second-largest telecommunications company in Iraq, last year brought a $1.24 billion offering to the Iraq Stock Exchange (ISX) — the first major public share offering since the fall of Saddam Hussein.

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Is “Business Ethics” an Oxymoron?

Feb 2014

Is “Business Ethics” an Oxymoron?

Scandals. Fines. Show trials. These days, just doing business can appear almost criminal. While government-imposed regulation can soothe the public’s ire, it can also create burdensome costs and competitive disadvantages. To survive, businesses must perform reputational due diligence and create self-policing organizational cultures.

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A New War Plan for Defense Contractors

Aug 2013

A New War Plan for Defense Contractors

With the Iraq war over and the Afghanistan conflict in its final stages, relentless pressure on government spending is creating a very different terrain for defense contractors selling to the U.S. military. If they expect to thrive in the “new normal,” contractors need to assess their situations and develop different competitive approaches and defenses.

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