The middle-market is active in M&A right now because it's easier for smaller companies to get deals done.
The middle market is to the U.S. economy what North America was to Christopher Columbus: a giant, incredibly important, heretofore “undiscovered” but now unavoidable and centrally important part of the world’s landscape, says Economaney.com's David Maney.
The investment bank is cutting its workforce by 30 to 35 percent as it struggles to stay profitable in a difficult environment.
This week's mega-mergers have suddenly forced mid-sized players to reexamine their strategies.
While the country as a whole remains in the economic doldrums, a huge swath of the American economy is growing.
While most middle market executives concede the need for regulation, they've got a list of stipulations on how it should be done, and how its hurting their business.
Cloud computing, on-demand software and social media marketing are providing easier access to previously unaffordable resources.
Business leaders from across the country are gathering this October to dissect a little understood, but enormous part of the US economy — the middle market.
In an uncertain, volatile time, companies must keep their nerve and keep investing, says Immelt.
Middle Market CEOs – presiding over companies worth far less than any in the S&P 500 – are quietly getting rich. Click to see executives leading middle market companies.
CNBC's Mary Thompson has the story on banks taking off their gloves in a battle to win business from the middle market.
CNBC's Mary Thompson talks to interviewing Todd Maclin, JPMorgan Chase commercial banking CEO, about the competitive environment and growth opportunities for middle-market lending--one of the most profitable areas for the nation's top banks.