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Owners, Activists, Customers and Governments Are Demanding More from Your Company

Middle-market companies are having an impact far beyond their size and are seeing reactions once aimed at multinational corporations: internal social initiatives, boycotts or stakeholder actions from dissatisfied parties. Companies are promoting ethical standards and making them part of the buying process. Some companies are remaking the landscape of US cities, investing at every level from temporary popup stores to major private investments to housing to transit. 


 

 

Featured ThinkSet issue 4 articles

The Future of Private Equity

Nearly a trillion dollars is poised to buy anything, from companies to farmland, highways and other global investments. (Michael Athanason and Federico Jost)

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The New Company Town 

Downtown in many US cities is the hotspot for hiring. Employers and entrepreneurs are remaking the urban scene.  (Tam Harbert)

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The New Business of Trust

Better stewardship of corporate/client data and new EU rules on privacy are resetting the standards for managing and securing crucial data. (Rowan Philp)

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Data Breaches Take Various Forms

Protect your corporate data from unexpected breaches; understand the long reach of data theft. (Peggy Daley)

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