Michael Peltz • May 03, 2016
The Honeywell CEO dropped his bid to buy rival United Technologies earlier this year after being rebuffed by its CEO Greg Hayes.
Institutional Investor • May 03, 2016
Honeywell CEO David Cote attributes the company's success to its ability to be flexible and evolve faster than its environment.
Bailey McCann • May 02, 2016
Despite their volatility, small-cap stocks can help registered investment advisers to tap into local economies and boost portfolio growth.
Andrew Barber • April 29, 2016
European growth surprises while inflation remains elusive; UPS faces pension charge; China raises currency band; Atlantic City teeters.
The Editors • April 29, 2016
The U.S. railroad industry, the partnership between NFL and Twitter and SoulCycle’s planned IPO all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Institutional Investor • April 28, 2016
A manager's most important skill is getting great people to do great things, says former Marriott CFO Carl Berquist.
Dan Weil • April 27, 2016
The social media company wins bidding to live stream ten Thursday-night games, which could boost its stagnant user base.
Anne Szustek • April 27, 2016
Should the markets ever let up on their resistance, the boutique fitness chain will have to up its speed in attracting customers in advance of its pending IPO.
S.L. Mintz • April 27, 2016
With mergers facing resistance, Canadian Pacific and other North American railway companies must reinvent themselves to drive growth.
Michael Molitor • April 23, 2016
A corporation that delivers technological innovation and productivity will do more to spur the economy than one that delivers luxury pet food.
Imogen Rose-Smith • April 22, 2016
The former Robin Hood Foundation executive is shaping impact investment strategy at the world’s largest asset management firm.
The Editors • April 22, 2016
Takeaways from the IMF meeting; regulations on derivatives and the Ukraine economy all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Institutional Investor • April 21, 2016
CFO Wendy Beck discusses Norwegian Cruise Line's two-part growth strategy and the effect of the global macro environment.
Julie Segal • April 20, 2016
Sutton has grown IP by focusing on industrial packaging while also being mindful of the environmental impact of its business.
Robert Teitelman • April 19, 2016
When DuPont made a white knight bid for Conoco in 1981, it found itself mired in the realities of the new M&A. The company was never the same.
S.L. Mintz • April 18, 2016
Many companies are now struggling with falling stock shares: Do they use buybacks to placate shareholders even at the risk of making a lousy investment?
Institutional Investor • April 14, 2016
CVS's Minute Clinic has played a key role in helping redefine the pharmacy giant's goals of providing quality health care at a low cost.
Jonathan Kandell • April 13, 2016
Ek’s music streaming service just signed a $1 billion convertible debt deal that could set the stage for an IPO next year.
James Hulse • April 10, 2016
The business-savvy car manufacturer is one that innovates and designs with ever more environmental regulations in mind.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • April 08, 2016
The tales of Microsoft and GoPro illustrate how stock prices eventually reflect their intrinsic value — but it can take a while.
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