Posts Tagged ‘Wall Street Journal’

Pharma Leans On Private Equity To Fund Clinical Trials

In a time in which research and development costs are at an all-time high, The Wall Street Journal just shared how pharmaceutical companies are starting to look for outside help to fund trials: everything from phase II all the way through the commercial phase. Partnering with private equity firms, such as NovaQuest and Avillion, is […]

Why Banks And Insurance Companies Need To Continue Investing In Tech

While some companies are keen on trimming the number of legacy IT applications through consolidation, they all agree that investments in technology are critical when it comes to operating in a digital world that has created incredibly high customer expectations. The adoption of mobile devices has significantly changed the operating landscape. During his remarks that […]

BofA CEO Shares 3 Keys To Success For Today’s Banks

Dennis K. Berman, financial editor of The Wall Street Journal, asked one of the simplest, yet greatest questions anyone could ask an executive at a major financial institution. During WSJ’s CFO Network conference, he asked Bank of America Chairman and CEO Brian Moynihan the following: “If you were building a bank today from scratch, what […]

Cloud: Delivering Business Value While Reducing Costs

The cloud is not new, but it remains incredibly important. Yes, leaders at financial services institutions continue to worry about the cloud’s ability to meet their strict security and privacy requirements. However, threats like cyberattacks are not stopping them from moving to the cloud. There are simply too many more advantages to operating in the […]