1. The Bold Strategy of Post Holdings CEO Bill Stiriz Reuters 02 May 2014 The model Post Holdings CEO Bill Stiriz is pursuing for the cereal maker by buying companies like food processor and distributor Michael Foods doesn't seem consistent with...
  2. Looking to grow your hospital real estate portfolio? Healthcare Finance News 01 May 2014 With new regulations coming into effect under the Affordable Care Act, hospitals are trying to find the optimal real estate strategy. In a recent interview with...
  3. Amazon's Stealthy Foray into B2B Distribution Forbes 07 May 2014 Amazon may have disrupted the brick-and-mortar world of retailing, but as Bruce Cohen, senior partner and director of private equity and strategy at Kurt Salmon, told Forbes ,...
  4. Make Way for Narrow Networks New York Times 12 May 2014 Narrow networks, or those featuring a limited group of hospitals and doctors, are being embraced by health insurance companies as a way to control costs and manage care....
  5. Amazon Now a Source of Competition in Wholesale Too Fox Business With Amazon Supply, CEO and founder founder Jeff Bezos is applying the online behemoth's 40 distribution centers and customer service to a part of the market--wholesale--that a...
  6. CPG Retailers Add Shopper Insights to Category Management Retail Leader 01 April 2014 In the face of smaller footprints, category management for consumer goods companies is increasingly taking into account shopper insights that surface not just what...
  7. Fresh Thyme Brings Healthy Options in a Small Footprint to the Midwest Fresh Thyme, with its launch in the Midwest at the end of April, is the latest grocer to offer a smaller, farmer's market-style layout to entice customers, according to Bruce Cohen, head of...
  8. Social Media a Valuable But Underused Tool for CPG Product Development Retail Leader 30 May 2014 While there are several CPG companies making good use of social media as a product development tool in order to get the right products in front of consumers, it remains...
  9. Why Tyson Buying Hillshire Won't Affect Prices International Business Time 10 June 2014 Fears that Tyson Foods' stated plans to purchase Hillshire Brands for more than $8 billion will be felt by consumers at the cash register are...
  10. Cavanagh's Move to Carlyle from J.P. Morgan Part of a Growing Trend MarketWatch 12 June 2014 The departure of Mike Cavanagh, long viewed as a leading canadidate for Jamie Dimon's role as CEO of J.P. Morgan, for private equity firm The Carlyle Group, is part of...