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How the Impeachment Inquiry Could Impact Doing Business in DC

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The decision this week by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to open an inquiry to try to impeach President Donald Trump will have a seismic impact on how business gets done in Washington for the foreseeable future.

Is Ditching Quarterly Reports the Short-termism Answer?

A Presidential tweet recently ignited another conversation about a long-term focus in public equity markets.  As grand calls for change abound, what practical steps can directors and public company leaders take in the near-term to find practical ways to embrace long-termism?  In a column for Directors & Boards Abernathy MacGregor’s Pat Tucker offers perspective on the debate over quarterly reporting and advice for creating a long-term focused culture now.

Dinner with Stan Druckenmiller

Together with our AMO partner firms we recently hosted a dinner conversation in New York with noted investor and philanthropist Stan Druckenmiller.

No Neutral Ground: Preparing for Activism Everywhere in the Trump Era

In a highly combustible political environment where neutral ground is hard to find, what can companies do to prepare for a new age of activism, including customer boycotts, employee strikes, and public attention from the White House?

Cash Tsunami Communications

With a corporate tax overhaul expected under the new administration, a wave of overseas cash is expected to be repatriated. We offer our advice on how boards and management teams should be communicating their capital allocation plans ahead of the cash tsunami

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