Assets From Debt: Five Valuable Lessons of the Eurozone Crisis

Posted by Roz Lawson on April 27, 2015

The European debt crisis, or eurozone crisis, has hit several states that use the euro as currency since the end of 2009. These countries ran out of money to repay or refinance their government debt or to bail out their banks. Spain, Portugal, Greece and Cyprus all needed to be rescued by sovereign bailout programs, delivered jointly by the International Monetary Fund, European Commission and European Central Bank.


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Don’t Forget the Patient

Posted by Andy Kach on April 7, 2015

With the increased commoditization of products and the rapidly increasing “fast follower” environment in medical devices, manufacturers are struggling to find the differentiating value they can bring to their primary customers, health-care providers. While millions of dollars are spent researching what makes a doctor tick, many manufacturers may be missing a significant driver of value for health-care providers.


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