CEOs broadly are optimistic, although some are concerned about the impact of Brexit.
Pacific Rim leaders have vowed to press on with free-trade negotiations, though they could now have a greater focus on China, rather than the U.S, following Donald Trump's election as president.
According to a new report by the National Center for the Middle Market, Latin America is largely untapped by mid-market companies and could present some of the biggest opportunities for growth and expansion.
For the growing number of U.S. businesses concerned about the safety risks of operating in China, the sudden arrest of one of Australia's highest-ranking casino executives will do little to quell their fears.
China's economic development is at a crossroads, leaving CEOs around the world fearful a recession there could drag their businesses into the red.
Don Rongione, CEO of Bollman Hat Co. in Adamstown, Pennsylvania, had a unique ally in his effort to shift hat production from China to Pennsylvania—famed actor Samuel L. Jackson, who, along with other Hollywood stars, was a fan of the company’s Kangol 504 woolen knit cap.
Now that President Obama and the Rolling Stones have opened the door to American normalization of relations with communist Cuba, boards and CEOs are taking a peek at whether their companies can or should enter.
No longer simply the world’s factory, China has become a stronger global competitor and is now exporting capital, services and technology to buyers of all kinds in both developed and developing nations.
Donald Trump blames our trade partners, especially China, Japan and Mexico, for America’s economic weakness. Bernie Sanders complains that free trade agreements hurt American...
The impact of the UK’s exit from the European Union following a positive June 23 referendum result has long been questioned. But now, the focus is also on what a “Brexit” will do to trans-Atlantic trade.