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About Jack Sweeney

Jack Sweeney is editor in chief of Middle-Market Executive. He is the former editor in chief of Business Finance Magazine and recent editorial director for The CFO Alliance. Jack was the founding editor of Consulting magazine today owned by Bloomberg L.P. He served as editor of Integration Management and Washington Technology, both published by The Washington Post Cos. He can be reached at jack.sweeney@middlemarketexecutive.com.

As Middle Market Companies Thirst for Innovation, Cloud Computing Goes Deep

 It seems that the deeper you drill down into the middle market, the deeper the demand may be for cloud computing. Singu Srinivas, a partner with Waterstone Management Group, shares his thoughts on the middle-market dynamics that govern the adoption of cloud applications. MME: Is there typical path that middle-market companies take when adopting cloud […]

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When It Comes to Projecting Growth, Recommind’s CFO Looks Back — But Mostly Ahead

As CFO of Recommind Inc., Anne Kroger likes to credit her experience from yet another middle-market tech firm — Concur — with having supplied some of the financial know-how required to manage the finances of a high-growth firm. Yet, according to Kroger, the world of her earlier employer has never seemed more distant. “The business […]

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Middle Market Executive: Who We Are

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As Beverage-Smart Switch Turns Ten, New Growth and Digital Itch Triggers Thirst for Talent

To complete a sampling mission, you must be willing to sit for extended periods of time in the sampling vehicle and interact with anyone at any time.” Or so reads a recent employment ad for a “brand ambassador” position representing Muscle Milk — one of several energetic clients that have recently helped to fill the […]

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To Build? Or Not to Build? For One Middle-Market Firm, a Chinese Factory Became a Gateway to Growth

Building a factory in China is a task that the world’s largest corporations approach with no shortage of trepidation. From suspect building materials to organized corruption, when it comes to construction in a foreign land, there seems to be any number of unexpected hurdles waiting to trip up even the most seasoned global executives. So […]

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How Local Ownership Gave Rise to Guardian Pharmacy

At the beginning, there was just a business model in search of an industry niche. Or at least that’s how Fred Burke likes to begin telling the story of Guardian Pharmacy, LLC — the third largest long-term-care pharmacy company in the U.S., with revenues of more than $210 million. As founder, CEO, and president of the fast-growing […]

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