- The New York Times, 25 July 2014
Mike Moriarty, A.T. Kearney partner in the Consumer Products & Retail Practice, explains that he was a lead author on the 1980s A.T. Kearney report that predicted and kick-started the refrigeration boom—its impact in both China and the United States goes beyond warming the planet and reducing food waste.
- ICIS.com, 4 July 2014
Maximising value in a deal requires some up-front analysis from both the buyer and seller perspective. What does it take to improve the deal making process?
- Bloomberg, 16 June 2014
Todd Hooper, partner at A.T. Kearney, comments on the competitive environment of restaurants and how they can win customers amid the slow and steady growth of the economy.
- Bloomberg BusinessWeek, 16 June 2014
Chile, Uruguay, and Kazakhstan are among the top 10 locations for retailers, according to the 2014 Global Retail Development Index published by A.T. Kearney today.
Foreign Investment: France Reclaims Its Position in the Top 10 Most Attractive Countries–Statement Issued by Fleur PellerinFrance Diplomatie, 5 June 2014
Secretary of State for France Fleur Pellerin stated: “Two consecutive years of moving up the foreign investment confidence index in order to reclaim its position among the top countries reflects the renewed foreign investor confidence in the economic reforms initiated by the government.”
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- Mass Market Retailers, 26 May 2014
The report by the World Economic Forum and A.T. Kearney, "Rethinking Personal Data," is recommended as a starting point for mass market retailers to reassess how they interface with customers and business partners in the digital age.
- The White House, May 2014
In this report about Select USA and related 2014 events and services for investors, the White House references A.T. Kearney's Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Confidence Index on the United States as an increasingly attractive location for business investment from global companies.
- World Economic Forum, 13 May 2014
Naveen Menon, partner and head of A.T. Kearney's Asia Pacific Communications, Media, and Technology Practice, explains that “In order to build a truly sustainable personal data economy, regaining the trust of individuals over the use of their data is imperative.”
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