by Dan O’Brien Host: Steve Katz
By Jesse Glossinger
The automotive industry is on a long march toward a future which, will no doubt, look and operate much differently than what we experience today.
By Robert Gorin and Ramy Aly
In this article we discuss how many companies, both large and small, are missing out on critical insights that can be used to drive operational decision making and result in greater profitability.
By Keith Spacapan
This time last year the automotive industry was only cautiously optimistic. The last stimulus payment was to be made March 15 and enhanced unemployment benefits were scheduled to cease in September, so there was concern that sales might decelerate in the second half of the year.
Guest Ray Armendariz, Katie Feodoroff, Steve Katz (host)
In this podcast, Ray Armendariz and Katie Feodoroff of Hilco Wholesale Solutions discuss the kinds of innovative strategies that are helping off-price operators remain competitive amid continued supply chain constraints.
Guest Mark Samson, Charvi Gupta, Steve Katz (host)
In this podcast, Mark Samson and Charvi Gupta of Getzler Henrich discuss ways in which restaurant operators can approach issues ranging from the continued labor supply shortage to rising food cost and the need to restructure their leases.
Guest Dan O’Brien, Steven Katz (host)
In this podcast, Hilco Real Estate’s Dan O’Brien shares his thoughts on why the dynamic between tenants and landlords in negotiating shopping center leases is shifting, and how tenants can capitalize on the opportunity.
By Richelle Kalnit
As the cost of bankruptcy continues to increase, in particular due to fees and expenses associated with administering bankruptcy cases, secured lenders are increasingly turning to foreclosures under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) as a preferred vehicle for disposing of their collateral.
Guest Dan Ginsberg, Fred Langer, Steve Katz (host)
In this podcast, Dan Ginsberg of Hilco Performance Solutions and Fred Langer of Getzler Henrich discuss how companies can address and overcome inhibiting supply chain and distribution challenges to drive value creation opportunities.
By Keith Spacapan
Hobbled by a global pandemic, the U.S. light vehicle market only managed to sell 14.6 million vehicles in 2020. Sales tumbled quickly with the onset of stay at home orders, slumping to a 50-year low before staging a steady recovery.