News about <![CDATA[McKinsey]]> News about en-us <![CDATA[Four Steps to Restore Trust in Business]]> <![CDATA[World’s Leading CEOs Convene to Discuss Strategies to Solve Societal Challenges while Driving Business Performance]]> <![CDATA[Sensing the future of retail]]> ]]> <![CDATA[McKinsey Study Demonstrates Nonprofit Leaders Need Access to Pro Bono]]> <![CDATA[Layoffs For NM Incite, The Nielsen-McKinsey Venture That Does Twitter’s TV Ratings]]> Here's a surprise follow-up to the news yesterday of Twitter's acquisition of a social media analytics firm Bluefin Labs. NM Incite -- an analytics JV between Nielsen and McKinsey that forms part of Nielsen's Twitter TV Rating service with Twitter -- has started to lay off employees, and we've even heard that NM Incite will be shut down altogether by the end of this month. ]]> <![CDATA[Former Intel Engineer, McKinsey Partner Rajan Naik Joins AMD]]> Chip maker AMD this morning announced that it has recruited Rajan Naik to become part of its management team. Formerly a senior engineer at the company's main rival, Intel, Naik was most recently a partner in McKinsey & Company's Technology practice, where he worked for the past 11 years. Naik, 40, will become senior vice president and chief strategy officer of AMD, where he will be responsible for helping out with strategy development, partnerships, M&A and investment decisions. He'll report directly to AMD president and CEO Rory Read.]]> <![CDATA[The Temptation of Insider Trading: Why Top Professionals Might Slip]]> Rajat Gupta, the former head of prestigious consulting firm McKinsey, faces Securities and Exchange Commission charges of insider trading.

The Securities and Exchange Commission's insider-trading charges against Rajat Gupta, former head of consulting firm McKinsey & Co., comes as a shock to many. The news comes after another McKinsey director pleaded guilty to insider-trading charges in January. Should we expect more to come?

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The Temptation of Insider Trading: Why Top Professionals Might Slip originally appeared on DailyFinance on Wed, 02 Mar 2011 21:00:00.

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<![CDATA[McKinsey's New Management Guide Also Offers 'Value' to Investors]]>

Prestigious management consulting firm McKinsey & Co. just published Value: The Four Cornerstones of Corporate Finance, a guide to help executives create shareholder value. Lead author Tim Koller shares his thoughts with DailyFinance about how the book might also help investors profit.

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McKinsey's New Management Guide Also Offers 'Value' to Investors originally appeared on DailyFinance on Sun, 05 Dec 2010 08:00:00.

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<![CDATA[The Other Big Goldman Story: Insider Tips From a Director?]]> investing

Prosecutors are looking into a Goldman Sachs director's communications with hedge fund Galleon's Raj Rajaratnam, now on trial for insider trading. The ties revealed raise troubling questions about how widespread insider trading is.

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The Other Big Goldman Story: Insider Tips From a Director? originally appeared on DailyFinance on Sat, 17 Apr 2010 13:15:00.

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<![CDATA[Books@DailyFinance: Management Theory to the Rescue in The Lords of Strategy]]>

Throughout the pages of Walter Kiechel III's The Lords of Strategy: The Secret Intellectual History of the New Corporate World, the author tells how one management fad succeeded since the mid-1960s. In doing so, Kiechel paints a picture of a culture where ideas, more than deeds, are the central product.

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Books@DailyFinance: Management Theory to the Rescue in The Lords of Strategy originally appeared on DailyFinance on Fri, 16 Apr 2010 12:00:00.

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