Master policies for multinational risks make sense, but regulators aren’t structured to accommodate them as businesses expand internationally.
The U.K.’s new Bribery Act can ensnare you on things as simple as entertainment expenses. Beware.
We face extreme global risks that cannot be addressed by existing institutions or governments. An international, global plan of action is required.
An entire village was wiped out in six seconds. As horrific as Japan’s disaster is, years of planning helped reduce losses and loss of life.
Market fundamentals challenge the soft market. Global regulatory scrutiny challenges the cost of doing business.
It might be the way “it’s done here,” but bribing foreign officials is one very big risk. Willing to spend 10 years behind bars?
In tough times, leadership qualities adopted by female corporate leaders help their companies outperform other Fortune 500 companies.
“CEIOPs S2” opens in a nation near you in 2012 and leaves U.S. carriers in their international competitors’ dust. Hmm. Political motives here? Ya think?
Just 1% of U.S. businesses are in the export game while 73% of purchasing power lies beyond our borders. Talk about market potential! (So what’s wrong?)
Taxing the “bad guys” who caused the global financial meltdown may be popular, but would it work?