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  • M&A Trends report 2014
    Highlights increased deal activity for corporate and private equity respondents, reveals the factors that can help impact deal success.
  • Mid-market forging ahead with investments
    Mid-market executives are accelerating strategic business investments and displaying increased optimism with hiring, technology investments and capital spending on the rise. Learn more.
  • Mid-market growth: Hidden losses
    Most companies would never intentionally pursue loss producing products or services, but what about unintentional, hidden losses? Read more.
  • Accounting Roundup: First quarter in
    review — 2014
    The FASB continued to work with the PCC to develop accounting alternatives for private companies, issuing ASUs on consolidation, goodwill and interest rate swaps. Learn more.
  • Middle market M&A news: March 2014
    Middle market M&A news addresses the current state and outlook for the U.S. merger and acquisition market. Learn more.
  • Debt capital markets news: March 2014
    Keep an eye on today's capital market opportunities and trends in the lending market. Learn more.
  • 2014 industry outlook
    Challenges, trends and strategies that may shape your business in the coming year. Read more.
  • Mid-market growth: All growth is not created equal
    Mid-market companies evaluate growth by looking at top line revenue numbers. But is this the best way? Learn more.
  • Perspectives on technology: Mobility and the cloud in the mid-market
    How are mid-market companies leveraging new technology solutions to fuel their growth? Read more.
  • The 2014 Essential Tax and Wealth planning guide
    Insights into how potential changes could impact tax and wealth plans — particularly for wealthy individuals and their estates. Learn more.
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