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Healthcare communications group inVentiv Health has locked up backing from private equity firm Advent International in a deal that values the company at $3.8B.
Millennials are more skeptical of financial services and institutions than older generations. Because of this, marketers and financial professionals face uphill battles in earning Millennials’ trust when it comes to handling and investing their money.
Entering the public markets may be a dream scenario for a growing company, particularly those in industries like fintech or cybersecurity. The reality is that working toward an IPO is an arduous process that requires careful consideration and communications planning.
Sloane & Company and Rubenstein Associates are guiding PR through Apollo Global Management's $2.2B acquisition of vacation destination network Diamond Resorts International.
Andrea Shaw Resnick, global head of investor relations and corporate communications for handbag retailer Coach, has been named interim CFO of the company on the exit of Jane Hamilton Nielsen.
Turning Point Brands, the tobacco company behind Zig-Zag, Beech-Nut and Red Cap, is working with Mozaic IR for financial communications as it slates an initial public offering. (1 reader comment)
The top PR firms in the finance industry have achieved their standing by focusing on business impact, as well as cultivating media relationships.
Dycom Industries, the publicly traded telecommunications contractor, has enlisted Kekst and Company in its breach of contract suit against Quanta Services, after Dycom bought Quanta subsidiaries for $300M.
Corporate culture is a firm’s DNA. Just as genetics influence who we are, a firm’s culture shapes an organization’s health, what it looks like and how it behaves. (1 reader comment)
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