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How a major beer importer is planning for tax reform
Constellation Brands, the third-largest beer seller in the US, for instance, is modelling several scenarios related to a possible increase in taxes on imported goods.
Published on January 20 2017
600 GE tax professionals moving to PwC
The transfer of 600 General Electric workers helps the Big Four firm grow its international expertise at a time when global tax strategy is growing in importance.
Published on January 13 2017
The top global risks for 2017
Executives ranked the business environment as riskier than in previous years, but many don’t plan to devote more resources to risk management, according to a new survey.
Published on December 19 2016
Election buoys sentiment amongst US finance executives
Despite regulation remaining a top concern for US businesses, optimism is growing in the wake of the presidential election.
Published on December 08 2016
Will Brexit, Trump affect global accounting standards?
Political decisions that may affect cross-border business policies in the US and the UK have so far had no effect on international accounting standards, Hans Hoogervorst said.
Published on December 06 2016
Keys to successful virtual teams
As more employees work remotely, companies face risks in communicating with and evaluating far-flung staff.
Published on December 01 2016
What the US election could mean for global industry
Finance leaders offer insight into the opportunities and challenges facing businesses globally in the wake of Tuesday’s U.S. election result.
Published on November 10 2016
The Trump effect: Must-reads about the US election
Business sectors and trade partners throughout the world may experience changes as a result of Donald Trump’s win in the US presidential election.
More Brexit uncertainty as court requires Parliamentary vote
The British government would have to seek a Parliamentary vote on whether to begin the process of leaving the EU, according to a High Court ruling.
Published on November 03 2016
Fallout from Brexit vote starting to take shape
The UK economy has not fallen off a cliff since the vote to leave the EU, but global surveys suggest that challenges lie ahead.
Published on October 19 2016