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History has been made at Yale University as Maurie McInnis becomes the first woman to be named permanent president of the Ivy League school. She has served as a Yale trustee since 2022 and earned master's degree and doctorate from Yale, per the school's announcement Wednesday morning. Yale has had only one other female leader, the historian Hanna Holborn Gray, who served as interim president from 1977 to 1978. It is the last Ivy League school to name a permanent woman president. In an interview with the Yale Daily News, McInnis expressed her gratitude for being elected president and reiterated her commitment to "tackle the world's most pressing challenges."
Persons: Maurie McInnis, McInnis, Hanna Holborn Gray, Peter Salovey, Joshua Bekenstein, Organizations: Yale University, Ivy League, Yale, Stony Brook University, University of Texas, University of Virginia, Bain Capital, Yale Corporation, Yale Daily News, Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania, Cornell University, Stony Brook, CNBC Locations: New Haven , Connecticut, Long, New York, Austin, Israel, Stony
Read previewThe US has opened a new factory for Howitzer ammo near Dallas, which aims to pump out 30,000 of the 155mm shells a month as the Ukraine war chews through Western stocks. The new facility at max capacity would bump total production to 66,000 shells a month for the US. Kofman told the outlet that while the Mesquite plant would be important for long-term production, Russia would likely still be producing more ammo than the West even if the US hits its 2025 goal. The US and Europe have sent Ukraine more than 3 million 155mm artillery shells since the war began. With Washington and its allies expected to produce about 1.3 million rounds in 2024, that would be about a third of Russia's forecast capacity at triple the cost.
Persons: , John Ismay, Ismay, Michael Kofman, That's, Kofman, Doug Bush Organizations: Service, General Dynamics, The New York Times, Business, Texas, US Army, CNN, Kyiv, Carnegie Endowment, International, European Union, Sky News, Bain & Company, Washington, Press, Pentagon Locations: Dallas, Ukraine, Mesquite , Texas, The, Pennsylvania, Moscow, Kyiv . Washington, Israel, Europe, Russia, Mesquite, Kyiv
Yale University’s new president will be Maurie D. McInnis, currently the president of Stony Brook University, a New York state public university, where she is known for raising the school’s profile, donations and prestige. When she takes over from Yale’s outgoing president, Peter Salovey, in July, Dr. McInnis, who earned masters and doctoral degrees from Yale in the 1990s, will become the university’s first permanent female president. Her selection followed a search that began last fall. The delay in announcing a successor for Dr. Salovey, who leaves his post at the end of June, prompted speculation that the university’s selection committee was having difficulty finding someone during a tumultuous time on university campuses. Joshua Bekenstein, a founder of Bain Capital who heads the Yale Corporation, the university’s governing board, said the search committee had undertaken a “very thorough” selection process.
Persons: McInnis, Peter Salovey, Salovey, Joshua Bekenstein Organizations: Yale, Stony Brook University, Bain Capital, Yale Corporation Locations: New York
Russia is producing shells 3 times faster than Ukraine's allies, a report said. The report said Russia was also producing shells more cheaply. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementRussia is producing artillery shells faster and at a lower price than Ukraine's NATO allies, a report found. By comparison, the US, the UK, and other European allies are expected to produce 1.3 million this year.
Persons: Organizations: Service, NATO, Bain & Company, Sky News, Business Locations: Russia, Ukraine
India and Japan are two bright spots in Asia's "supremely interesting" markets, JPMorgan's Filippo Gori said at the bank's Global China Summit on Thursday, referring to the region's equity as well as deal-making landscape. India, which is very in high demand," Gori, co-head of global banking at JPMorgan, told CNBC. While mergers and acquisitions activity declined globally in 2023, Japan's deal value rose 23% from a year ago to about $123 billion, Bain & Company said in its Japan M&A report. "Japan's economy is uniquely well positioned for growth in M&A," the report said. Last year M&A deal value in India stood at $136 billion, a 27% drop for a year earlier, which was in line with the global decline in M&A activity, according to Deloitte's India M&A trends report.
Persons: Filippo Gori, Deloitte Organizations: Global China Summit, JPMorgan, CNBC, Japan's Nikkei, Bain & Company, Companies, China, Apple Locations: India, Japan, Gori, China
What Do Students at Elite Colleges Really Want?
  + stars: | 2024-05-22 | by ( Francesca Mari | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +1 min
“Freshmen after spending 0.02 seconds on campus,” read the caption, posted in 2023 to the anonymous messaging app Sidechat. The campus in question was Harvard, where, at a wood-paneled dining hall last year, two juniors explained how to assess a fellow undergraduate’s earning potential. It’s easy, they said, as we ate mussels, beets and sautéed chard: You can tell by who’s getting a bulge bracket internship. One of the students paused, surprised that he was unfamiliar with the term: A bulge bracket bank, like Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase or Citi. Not to be confused with M.B.B., which stands for three of the most prestigious management consulting firms: McKinsey, Bain and Boston Consulting Group.
Persons: , sautéed, who’s, ” Benny Goldman, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Harvard, JPMorgan Chase, Citi, The, McKinsey, Bain, Boston Consulting Group Locations: sautéed chard
The DocuSign website is seen on a laptop in Dobbs Ferry, New York, April 1, 2021. Contract management platform DocuSign is committed to remaining a public company and is working to convince investors of its artificial intelligence potential, CEO Allan Thygesen told CNBC, after reports suggested the firm had been the target of takeover interest from private equity suitors. "We're focused on building a great, independent public company," Thygesen told CNBC in an interview earlier this week at a partner event the company held in London. "I joined DocuSign as a public company, it's a very exciting time right now, so that's our plan." Bain Capital and Hellman & Friedman were unavailable for comment when contacted by CNBC.
Persons: Allan Thygesen, We're, Thygesen, DocuSign, Bain, Friedman Organizations: CNBC, Bain Capital, Hellman, Reuters, Bloomberg Locations: Dobbs Ferry , New York, London, DocuSign
AdvertisementPros and cons of living in VancouverBain noted to BI several personal advantages to living in Vancouver, including the people who she has found can be welcoming and generous. After living in Australia and given her work as a destination makeup artist, Bain said another pro is the proximity from Vancouver to other places. Advertisement"I felt like I really wanted to experience more of the world," she said. She also found that wedding work in Canada is more seasonal than in Australia due to the snowy winters. Bain is happy living in Canada and the positives that come with being there.
Persons: , Kellsie Bain, Bain, Vancouver Bain, I've, she's, aren't, York isn't, it's Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Sydney, New York City, New York, Canada, Vancouver, Australia, York, States
Employee opinion of senior leadership is a crucial attraction and retention factor. A new Glassdoor ranking identifies the 50 best-led companies, according to employee reviews. AdvertisementRecent years have seen a renewed spotlight on company leadership and management, owing to everything from mass layoffs in various industries amid cost-cutting to return-to-office mandates to pullbacks from ESG efforts. Employee sentiment toward senior leadership is a big factor in attracting and retaining talent. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
Persons: Organizations: Bain & Company, Nvidia, AMD, Adobe, Microsoft, Service, Business
The company with the best leadership in the U.S. isn't a tech titan or hospitality giant: It's management consulting firm Bain & Company. That's according to Glassdoor, which released on Tuesday its inaugural 50 Best-Led Companies ranking. The list measures how effectively bosses communicate and foster healthy company cultures, based on the workplace review website's anonymous employee ratings. Beyond Bain, the tech industry does occupy much of the list — 12 companies, more than any other sector. Consulting, finance and retail are the next-most represented industries, with six companies appearing from each.
Persons: Bain, Glassdoor, Daniel Zhao, Zhao, Nvidia Raymond James Organizations: Bain & Company, Consulting, CNBC, Equitable, Autodesk Bain & Company Locations: U.S
The fall of Gucci was inevitable
  + stars: | 2024-05-03 | by ( Madeline Berg | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +13 min
"We got used to hearing about double-digit growth at Gucci," Fflur Roberts, the head of luxury goods at Euromonitor, told Business Insider. "I think of what a fashion editor is wearing — it's not Gucci," Lindsey Solomon, a fashion publicist, told BI. After taking the top spot on the Lyst Index of fashion's hottest brands in 2022, Gucci dropped to number 11 last quarter. "We still believe the Gucci brand's current growth rate, which is 10 times higher than that of the industry, represents a risk going forward," Morningstar's Sokolova wrote in a 2017 note. Gucci relied heavily on China for its growth, but stores — perhaps including this one in China's Hainan Province — have struggled recently.
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Disney has appointed two senior executives to oversee corporate strategy as it considers the future of its linear business and contends with streaming losses. Veteran Disney exec Justin Warbrooke, meanwhile, was named EVP and head of corporate development, overseeing M&A as well as divestitures, among other areas. Mayer was Disney's EVP of corporate strategy and business development before going on to run strategy and the DTC and international businesses. As such, we are evolving the Corporate Strategy function to better align with this vision, which includes two leadership roles — one focused on Corporate Strategy and another focused on Corporate Development — both reporting directly to me. In addition to strategy, Andre has advised clients on the topics of operations, organization, customer journey design, and M&A.
Persons: Disney, Nelson Peltz, It's, Bob Iger, Bain, Andre James, Justin Warbrooke, James, Marvel, Hugh Johnston, Kevin Mayer, Mayer, Iger, Tom Staggs, , Andre, Justin, Hugh Organizations: ESPN, Business, Veteran Disney, Coopers, Lybrand's, DTC, Century Fox, Disney, Media, Walt Disney Company, Corporate, Strategy, Development, of Media, Entertainment, Bain & Company, Consumer, Marvel, Reliance, Fox, Warner Bros . Discovery, Finance Locations: Hulu, India
And Musk notably skipped a recent visit to India, underscoring how important China is for Tesla. AdvertisementElon Musk's two-day trip to Beijing looks like a mutually-beneficial win for Tesla and for China — and a snub for India. AdvertisementMusk needs China — but China also needs Musk, as a sign that the country is open for business with high-profile US companies. Musk's visit was going to include an announcement about Tesla entering India, Reuters reported. AdvertisementMusk's India visit would have been a win for Modi, who is seeking to boost India's status as a manufacturing hub, especially as businesses leave China.
Persons: Elon Musk, , Elon Musk's, China —, Premier Li Qiang, That's, Tesla, Dan Ives, Ives, India Musk, Janet Yellen, Antony Blinken, Musk, crackdowns, Bain —, Narendra Modi, Musk's, Modi Organizations: Tesla, Service, India, Premier, Baidu, Reuters, EV, FSD, Financial Times, China, Communist Party, Gucci, Apple Locations: China, Beijing, India, Shanghai
"It was meant for all global EV manufacturers and domestic manufacturers." While much of the "buzz has been around Tesla," Singh underscored the initiatives will also attract other foreign automakers, highlighting that Vietnam's leading EV maker "VinFast has already announced its intent." In February, VinFast broke ground on its integrated EV manufacturing facility in India's southern state of Tamil Nadu. As competition in India's EV sector remains limited, the entry of major players like Tesla, will level the playing field, MG Motor India's CEO Emeritus Rajeev Chaba told CNBC. Robust trajectoryAccording to Counterpoint Research, India's EV sales nearly doubled in 2023, driven by rising consumer interest and government initiatives, among other factors.
Persons: Rajesh Kumar Singh, CNBC's, Singh, VinFast, Elon Musk, Narendra Modi, Tesla, Rajeev Chaba, EVs, Modi, Ola, Bain Organizations: Department, Promotion, Industry, Internal, EV, CNBC's Sri, Motor, CNBC, Counterpoint Research, International Energy Agency, TVS Motor, Bajaj, Ampere, Bain & Company Locations: India, Tamil Nadu, China
"When India as a market gets attention, more and more players and investments will come in. Numbers are still constrained because consumers don't have compelling choices," Chaba told CNBC's Sri Jegarajah in Gurugram, India. India's electric vehicle sector still lacks competition, but entry from international automakers like Tesla will level the playing field, MG Motor India's CEO Emeritus Rajeev Chaba said. Tesla CEO Elon Musk postponed a scheduled trip to India this week where he was to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi, citing "heavy Tesla obligations." It'll be good for the industry, good news for the country, and for serious players like us."
Persons: Tesla, Chaba, EVs, CNBC's, Rajeev Chaba, Elon Musk, Narendra Modi, Maruti Suzuki, It'll, Musk Organizations: Bain & Company, CNBC's Sri, Motor, Reuters, Tesla, Tata Motors, Mahindra, Maruti Locations: India, CNBC's Sri Jegarajah, Gurugram, New Delhi, Mumbai
Can Biden make Trump seem like Mitt Romney?
  + stars: | 2024-04-22 | by ( Jess Bidgood | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +1 min
President Biden made a populist case for re-election during his swing through Pennsylvania over three days last week, laying out plans on tariffs and taxes and seeking to burnish his working-class bona fides as a son of Scranton. But he also used the trip to sharpen the story he tells about former President Donald Trump, depicting him as a creature of rarefied playgrounds like Mar-a-Lago and a pawn of the billionaires who frequent them. “He learned the very best way to get rich is to inherit it,” Biden said in Scranton. “He learned that telling people, ‘You’re fired,’ was something to laugh about.”Twelve years ago, Democrats including then-Vice President Biden relentlessly pilloried a different wealthy Republican as an elitist: Mitt Romney, who was once a Massachusetts governor and chief executive of Bain Capital who won the Republican presidential nomination during a burst of national anger over Wall Street excess. — and slammed him for his free-market views on the auto industry bailout and the foreclosure crisis.
Persons: Biden, Donald Trump, , ” Biden, ‘ You’re, , Mitt Romney Organizations: Republican, Bain Capital Locations: Pennsylvania, Scranton, , Massachusetts
The scourge of customer satisfaction surveys
  + stars: | 2024-04-22 | by ( Adam Rogers | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +12 min
— is devoted to customer surveys. Other metrics followed: the Customer Satisfaction Score, the Customer Effort Score, measurements of the entire Customer Experience. At the peak of the so-called sharing economy, customer surveys were all-powerful. The glut of customer surveys has created an additional problem for marketers. "We ask for customer feedback on these things all the time, but it's hard for a customer to give you immediate feedback, because a customer doesn't know what quality is yet."
Persons: you've, I'm, They're, Brad Anderson, Fred Reichheld, Nick Lee, James Wagner, It's, Christine Moorman, Lee, That's, it's, hasn't, Anderson Organizations: NPS, Warwick Business School, University of Michigan's Institute for Social Research, Companies, Duke University, Institutional, Board, Health Service Locations: United States, Qualtrics, Bain, Warwick
But among the crowds you and I together are protecting national security,” the narrator concludes. Chinese soldiers look at a poster promoting national security in the southwestern city of Beihai on National Security Education Day on April 15, 2024. CFOTO/Future Publishing/Getty ImagesAccording to the MSS, foreign spies are omnipresent and infiltrating everything – from mapping apps to weather stations. But China’s spy agency has gradually stepped out of the shadows as Xi makes national security a key priority. “Shenyin Special Investigation Squad” is a comic series based on real-life counterespionage operations, according to China's spy agency.
Persons: , , , Xi, Xuezhi Guo, Sheena Chestnut Greitens, Xi Jinping, Greg Baker, Mao Zedong, Greitens, Chen Yixin, Chen, “ Chen, ” Greitens, Xi –, denigrate, Bain, Alex Plavevski, Guo, influencers, China’s, can’t, James Zimmerman, Perkins Coie, Zimmerman, ” Zimmerman Organizations: Hong Kong CNN, National Security Education, , Ministry of State Security, National Security, Publishing, CIA, National, Education, Capitol, Guilford College, Asia, University of Texas, Getty, Communist Party, FBI, National Security Propaganda, CCTV, Ministry of State, China’s National Security Commission, Group, China Development Forum, Perkins Coie LLP, , MSS Locations: China, Hong Kong, Beihai, British, American, Beijing, Austin, AFP, Zhejiang province, Shanghai, New York, overreaching
The analysis, conducted by Bain & Company, GenZero, Standard Chartered and Temasek, found that $6.3 billion of green investments flowed into the region, representing a 21% year-on-year increase. Last year, Malaysia attracted large-scale green financing of over $500 million for at least two data centers, according to the Monday report. watch nowThe move came after the Singaporean government unveiled a sustainability standard for data centers operating in tropical climates. Despite these efforts, Singapore's overall green investments fell in 2023 to $0.9 billion from $1.2 billion a year prior. Green investment towards power in the region fell by 14% year-over-year for the second year in a row.
Persons: Singapore —, Kimberly Tan, GenZero's Tan Organizations: Istock, Getty, Bain & Company, GenZero, Chartered, International Energy Agency, Singapore Locations: Asia, Temasek, Malaysia, Singapore
How India is challenging China as Asia's tech powerhouse
  + stars: | 2024-04-05 | by ( Arjun Kharpal | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +30 min
New Delhi has sought to woo foreign tech companies and has been increasingly successful, with giants like Apple increasing their presence in the country. Tom Chitty: For years China has been Asia's tech powerhouse where the world's electronics and some of the biggest companies on the planet are located. And I think India is in the very early stages, to put it quite bluntly, of trying to do that. Tom Chitty: India have got an election this year as well, which is going to be interesting to see what happens there. You know, India has aligned itself slightly more to the countries that are currently a bit more anti-China, shall we say?
Persons: Tom Chitty, Arjun Kharpal, It's, Let's, I'm, Arjun, You'll, We're, we've, what's, gunning, Narendra Modi, it's, Tom, Modi, Trump, Apple, COVID, there's, Taiwan's, that's, Karen Tso, China's, Tim Cook, Raghuram Rajan, We've, feasibly, India's, let's, he's, you've, we'll, I've, We'll Organizations: Apple, CNBC, China, India's, Foxconn, Micron, Tata Electronics, Taiwan's Powerchip Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp, Reserve Bank of India, CCP, Samsung, Bain, India, London Locations: China, Tencent, Asia, India, Delhi, Washington, Beijing, American, COVID, U.S, Brazil, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Taiwan, South Korea, Bangalore, Goa, Kolkata, Mumbai, Europe, Silicon, New York, Germany
London CNN —British business groups are warning that newly announced post-Brexit charges on plant and animal imports could push up food prices not long after food inflation came down from double-digit rates. The port and the undersea tunnel beneath the English Channel handle the majority of UK food imports. Annual UK food price inflation topped 19% in March 2023, the highest rate in 45 years, and stood at more than 10% as recently as in October. Some are already “deciding that it is too expensive or too much hassle to serve the UK,” he told CNN. A government spokesperson said the new charges “were at the bottom end of the range” discussed with UK businesses during a consultation period last summer.
Persons: Tom Southall, William Bain ,, , James Barnes, Organizations: London CNN, European Union, Department for Environment, Food, Rural Affairs, Channel, Chain Federation, Chambers of Commerce, , CNN, EU . Trade, Horticultural Trades Association Locations: British, Port, Dover, Eurotunnel, Southall
Surrealism’s origins are in the collective trauma of World War I and the global flu epidemic of 1918. Marcel Mariën was a pivotal figure in the Belgian surrealism movement. Fondation Marcel Mariën/L’activité surréaliste en Belgique/Courtesy BOZARA movement with unique freedomsHaving begun as a literary movement, surrealism soon morphed into an artistic one. However, the absence of a defined aesthetic gave surrealist artists a unique freedom to express themselves in whatever way they chose. Different artists from different backgrounds can use Surrealism to explore their individual concerns,” said Francisa Vandepitte, curator of “Imagine!
Persons: René Magritte, , Man Ray, André Breton, — Breton, , Xavier Canonne, Marcel Mariën, Salvador Dalí, René, Bayerische, Francisa Vandepitte, Madrid’s Fundación Mapfré, Jane Graverol, Rachel Baes, , Leonora Carrington, Carrington, Remedios Varo, Kati Horna, Robert Zeller, Zeller, Le Bain, Cristal, Photothèque, Magritte, ” Zeller, “ It’s Organizations: CNN, Bozar, for Fine Arts, Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Philadelphia Museum of Art Locations: Paris, Brussels, Belgium, Belgian, Spanish, Germany, Mexico, Hungarian, Mexican, Venice
Bain Capital discusses outlook for private equity in Asia
  + stars: | 2024-03-27 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBain Capital discusses outlook for private equity in AsiaBarnaby Lyons, partner and global co-head of special situations at Bain Capital, says the company foresees more momentum in Japan but China is still in a period of uncertainty.
Persons: Asia Barnaby Lyons Organizations: Bain, Bain Capital Locations: Asia, Japan, China
CNBC Daily Open: No 'cracks' in U.S. strong jobs growth
  + stars: | 2024-03-25 | by ( Sumathi Bala | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +2 min
This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. The blue-chip Dow slipped 0.77%, but gained just under 2% for its best week since December, nearing the 40,000 level. Overall, total deal value in the region plunged last year to its lowest since 2014 amid a fundraising slowdown. "We really believe in style diversification and feel that remaining diversified with value and growth stocks remains prudent," Benson said.
Persons: Dow, Joe Biden, Biden, Aaron Benson, Baird, Benson Organizations: CNBC, Nasdaq, Bain & Company, Biden, Saturday Locations: U.S, Japan, Asia Pacific, China
An editorial picture of the Japan flag set against an economic trend graph and images associated with the stock market, finance and digital technology. Japan though, was an outlier, with deal value jumping 183% in 2023 from a year earlier, making it the largest private equity market in Asia Pacific for the first time, according to Bain's 2024 Asia-Pacific Private Equity Report released Monday. Overall, deal value in the Asia-Pacific region declined more than 23% to $147 billion from a year earlier. Greater China accounted for 89% of the IPO exit value in Asia Pacific, with a vast majority listing in Shanghai and Shenzhen. Excluding Greater China IPOs, the total Asia-Pacific exit value was $65 billion.
Persons: Bain Organizations: Asia Pacific, Bain & Company, Pacific, Equity, Japan Inc, China IPOs Locations: Japan, Asia, Asia Pacific, Pacific, Greater China, Shanghai, Shenzhen, China
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