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New home sales fell 16.6% in April to lowest level since pandemic began

New home sales fell 16.6% in April to lowest level since pandemic began

New home sales plummeted in April to their lowest since the onset of the pandemic amid a steep rise in mortgage rates and elevated prices.
Top trends affecting middle market biopharma companies

Top trends affecting middle market biopharma companies

The capabilities and impact biopharma companies have had on the health, safety and well-being of humanity were thrust into the spotlight by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Top 7 Internal Controls to Prevent Fraud

Top 7 Internal Controls to Prevent Fraud

All companies are susceptible to and will likely experience fraud at some point. In this video, you will learn about simple and easy to implement controls and processes.
10 Tips for Managing a Remote Workforce

10 Tips for Managing a Remote Workforce

The spread of the Coronavirus has caused many companies to have employees work remotely. In this short video, we walk through 10 tips to help maintain a productive workforce, a collaborative work environment, and a positive company culture while working remotely.
M&A trends in the health care industry: Summer 2022

M&A trends in the health care industry: Summer 2022

The 2022 health care private equity market is cooling off. Reduced asset supply, rising interest rates and financial uncertainty are some of the reasons why.
Tax-exempt status in the health care industry: Summer 2022

Tax-exempt status in the health care industry: Summer 2022

Tax-exempt health care organizations must take care to maintain status. Organizations can highlight work within communities to help validate their standing.
Supply chain disruptions, rising inflation and the middle market

Supply chain disruptions, rising inflation and the middle market

American middle market businesses are girding for the continued challenges of supply chain disruptions, rising inflation and worker shortages.
Chart of the day: U.S. existing home sales fall again as rates rise

Chart of the day: U.S. existing home sales fall again as rates rise

Sales of existing homes fell for the third straight month as the housing market continued to cool off amid steep mortgage-rate increases.
The U.S. may see another supply whipsaw amid transport logjams

The U.S. may see another supply whipsaw amid transport logjams

The months-long lockdown in Shanghai, China’s most populous city and home to the world’s largest container port, is causing a pile-up of ships at anchor off the…
Chart of the day: Industrial production hits record

Chart of the day: Industrial production hits record

The Federal Reserve's index for industrial production volume rose by 0.8%, the fourth consecutive month of strong expansion.
U.S. retail sales: A solid month of growth

U.S. retail sales: A solid month of growth

Retail sales in the United States rose by 0.9% in April from a month earlier, the U.S. Census Bureau reported on Tuesday.
Board considerations on the future of work and the path forward

Board considerations on the future of work and the path forward

As we transition from a pandemic to an endemic environment, boards of directors are considering their companies’ priorities—and workforce issues are making a lot of short lists.
Disclosures related to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and related issues

Disclosures related to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and related issues

The SEC recently discussed registrants’ disclosure obligations resulting from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and related matters.
U.S. April Consumer Price Index: Peak inflation provides no solace

U.S. April Consumer Price Index: Peak inflation provides no solace

About the best one can say about the April inflation report is that year-over-year metrics appear to have topped while core inflation increased.
Why excess labor demand is unhealthy

Why excess labor demand is unhealthy

We believe the imbalance in the labor market should prompt companies to reassess their growth potential, and as a result, their demand for labor.