The Journal of Corporate Renewal
Managing "Order-To-Cash" and Not Just "Cash"
Underperforming businesses not in a crisis situation still need a turnaround, but can afford a more deliberate approach that will both improve cash flow and enhance long-term competitive advantage.
Payment of Consultants in a Turnaround: Getting Your Fees and Keeping Them
A clear understanding of acompany’s objectives is directly related to accomplishing both a successful turnaround and the payment of your fees with minimal complications.
Review of New SEC Amendments: Public Offerings May Now Be a More Attractive Financing Vehicle for Companies with Recently Completed or Proposed Acquisitions
The SEC has eased its financial statement reporting requirements for business acquisitions. Under the new amendments, public offerings unrelated to an acquisition may now be a more attractive option for companies that have just recently completed or anticipate soon completing acquisitions.
Know Your Adversary: Landlord Rights in Tenant Bankruptcies
Landlords, like all creditors in a bankruptcy, have money at stake. But unlike other creditors, they also have at stake the possession and control of valuable commercial real estate.
Getting Your Expertise Used
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