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Published By: iShares by BlackRock     Published Date: Apr 19, 2018
We update our three 2018 investment themes against a backdrop of synchronized global growth, rising inflation and interest rates, higher equity market volatility and more economic uncertainty. By submitting this form you agree to share your contact information with BlackRock and to follow-up communication. Investing involves risk, including possible loss of principal. Prepared by BlackRock Investments, LLC. iSHARES and BLACKROCK are registered trademarks of BlackRock, Inc., or its subsidiaries. All other marks are the property of their respective owners. BlackRock, Inc. is not affiliated with The Economist. 483635
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Published By: Harvard Business School     Published Date: Mar 05, 2015
Capital abundance, low interest rates, and high volatility are creating new challenges and opportunities in equity markets. To succeed in this crowded and complex global landscape, you must take your investment expertise to a new level. The Private Equity and Venture Capital program at Harvard Business School explores cutting-edge industry models and related issues—from venture capital, growth equity, and buyouts to industry infrastructure, portfolio strategies, and decision-making processes.
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private equity, venture capital, investment expertise, growth equity, buyouts, negotiation, organizational structure, portfolio management, asset management, financial strategy, investment opportunities, competitive advantage, marketing, capital, technology
    
Harvard Business School
Published By: Harvard Business School Executive Education     Published Date: Mar 09, 2015
For decades, large companies have been wary of corporate venturing. So why are more and more smart companies going VC to find their next breakthroughs? With corporate R&D units under pressure to focus on a narrow range of projects, companies often lack a good way to sniff out competitive threats beyond their main areas of expertise. A corporate venture capital fund for investing in outside startups can help a company see, understand, and respond rapidly to changes in the business landscape. But the parent company’s processes tend to bog down these funds.
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private equity, venture capital, investment expertise, growth equity, buyouts, negotiation, organizational structure, portfolio management, asset management, financial strategy, investment opportunities, competitive advantage
    
Harvard Business School Executive Education
Published By: Harvard Business School Executive Education     Published Date: Mar 09, 2015
Capital abundance, low interest rates, and high volatility are creating new challenges and opportunities in equity markets. To succeed in this crowded and complex global landscape, you must take your investment expertise to a new level. The Private Equity and Venture Capital program at Harvard Business School explores cutting-edge industry models and related issues—from venture capital, growth equity, and buyouts to industry infrastructure, portfolio strategies, and decision-making processes.
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private equity, venture capital, investment expertise, growth equity, buyouts, negotiation, organizational structure, portfolio management, asset management, financial strategy, investment opportunities, competitive advantage
    
Harvard Business School Executive Education
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