Global Business

What’s Next for China?

Already the world’s second-largest economy, China’s future—and the future of companies doing business there—depends on overcoming significant hurdles.Here's what CEOs had to say at a roundtable at the CEO of the Year.
M&A Success Report

M&A Takeaways

While many expected the global recession to be a challenging time for deal-making, a recent study by KPMG reports the reverse.

Are You Ready to Take on China’s Next-Generation Competitors?

The broad middle markets of China, India, and Brazil are where most of the growth of the next decade will be found. It will be hard for any firm to be among the global market leaders in 2020 unless they have a meaningful share of this. The trouble is, the next-generation companies in China such as Haier, Geely, and others that are stepping onto the global stage as tough competitors are already positioning themselves to dominate these markets.

Top 10 International Tax Pitfalls

With more and more small to medium sized companies operating across borders, many are falling victim to increasingly complex international tax rules. Here’s how to get it under control.

Globalization & Technology: Embrace Tomorrow’s Strategies

Globalization and technology have drastically changed the business landscape. As a business leader you have no control over geopolitical conflicts, but they will undoubtedly affect you. Here are some strategies for facing the future.

Volatility: Predictions and Prescriptions

As world financial markets are increasingly interconnected, events across the globe can have a significant impact here at home. The earthquake and nuclear meltdown in Japan is just a recent example. The sooner CEOs accept the reality of our fragile markets, the sooner they can begin to figure out how to mitigate risk.

Global Threats

What are some of the biggest risks facing businesses and global economies today? Panelist Dan Senor, a former senior advisor and chief spokesperson for...

The Kingdom and the New World Order

Saudi Arabia is playing a growing role in global affairs.

Riding the Chinese Dragon

How East Asian Companies Sidestep Direct Competition and Seek Instead to Profit from China's Rapid Growth.

Power Ball Immigration: The Importance of Education to Economic Development

Education is the cornerstone of the future of the U.S.' ability to compete for jobs but our system is not producing people with the necessary skills to compete in a 21st century global economy. Time to rethink what we’re doing.
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