The trade battle between the U.S. and Chinese governments is in full swing, with tariffs on $34 billion in imported Chinese goods going into effect today, and China matching that number on a list goods imported from the U.S.
While trade wars and tariffs continue to make headlines, Snap-on Tools CEO Nick Pinchuk told Chief Executive that U.S. manufacturers are used to a shifting playing field.
The 2017 tax act contains a number of significant implications and opportunities for CEOs who possess Location Awareness.
Four months after the U.S. announced tariff increases on solar cells and modules from China, the industry continues to respond with new investments while also preparing for flat growth in the future.
Beer Institute president and CEO Jim McGreevy spoke with Chief Executive about the challenges of being a trade organization CEO, and how the recent tariffs on imported aluminum are impacting his industry.
For every financial services organization today — from banks to insurance companies— innovation is not just a buzzword. It is critical to future growth.
With President Trump announcing he will implement new tariffs on steel an aluminum next week, U.S. manufacturing business leaders are speaking out against the move.
A potential tarriff on imported would be steel welcome news for American steel producers, but it has been cause for alarm for some American manufacturers who are big consumers of metals.
Some analysts suggest that CEOs who don’t capitalize in some visible way on the possibilities provided by the tax cut may live to regret it.
WeatherTech CEO David MacNeil believes that tax cuts were a great move for the economy, but he bemoans that there wasn’t a similar cut for S corporations or limited-liability corporations.