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The Magazine of The Green Economy

2012 Finance

Deals traditionally done in banks are now being done in corporate boardrooms. Changes in financing, brought about by the demands of clean and bio-technologies, are now rippling through US industries. A great strength of capital markets is the ability to be flexible, finding new ways to change and evolve with new opportunities.

What's in this issue?

Special finance section:

  • Cash is King - Corporations and Mid-Market Private Equity Fill the Gap for Corporate Expansion. But that means 'New Rules'.
  • Funding New Initiatives - Mid-Market Companies in the Catbird Seat.
  • What the Fortune 500 Knows that You Should Know - ESG: Moving Beyond Risk Management to Value Creation.
  • Case Study: Campbell's Soup - An Iconic brand with a nourishing plan for the long term

Also:

  • Gasification - Time to Make Money from Landfills.
  • Waka-Waka - A Powerful Solar Lamp with Plans to Light the World.
  • Patent-to-Profit - Making the Leap from Idea to Commercialization.
  • Interview: David Goldberg - Connecticut's Director of Government and Legislative Affairs on Partnering with Private Industry.

 

Wednesday, October 31, 2012 - 17:44

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