- A master class in conflicts
- October 14, 2020 by Neil DharA new PwC survey reveals U.S. executives’ concerns about tax policy and pandemic response, and indicates plans for growth through trade and M&A.
- Obi Ozor, the founder of Kobo360, a data-driven logistics startup based in Nigeria, explains how COVID-19 is accelerating digitization, which in turn is improving food security in Africa.
- August 11, 2020 by Mike JakemanIn his new book, journalist and historian Marc Levinson describes the limits of long supply chains and the ways in which new trade routes are forming.
- February 15, 2019 by David J. LynchIn his new book, The Future of Capitalism, Oxford economist Paul Collier lays out a path to restore the ethical foundations of the free-market system in the U.S. and Europe.
- How the 10 countries of the vibrant ASEAN region can avoid the threat of slower growth.
- July 25, 2018 by David J. LynchA new book argues that the global financial crisis that began in 2008 would have been much worse without American financial innovation.
- February 8, 2018 by David ArmstrongWhat gravity models can teach us about possibilities for U.K. trade.
- January 17, 2018 by John JullensMultinationals need to prepare for a range of contingencies to protect their Chinese interests and operations.
- July 11, 2017 by Daniel GrossAlthough the transportation of people and goods has gotten cheaper, faster, and safer, low infrastructure investment has created frustrating bottlenecks.
- February 14, 2017 by Daniel GrossAll sorts of U.S. industries, including education and car manufacturing, sell their products and services to international customers.
- January 30, 2017 by Daniel GrossSerious questions are being raised about the ability of people and goods to move freely across borders. What does that mean for business?
- January 26, 2017 by Daniel GrossWhy we should stop being surprised that events surprise us.
- June 7, 2016 by Daniel GrossDespite obstacles and setbacks, companies are still globalizing at a furious pace.
- February 23, 2016 by Daniel GrossThe U.K.’s efforts to redefine its relationship with the European Union highlight a growing trend of countries hedging on globalization.
- Twelve years of data shows that mergers and acquisitions that apply or enhance capabilities produce superior returns.
- June 30, 2015 by Michael SantoliSince its introduction in 2008, bitcoin has enjoyed a rapid and tumultuous rise. Is the digital currency built to last?
- June 29, 2015 by Eric J. McNulty“Brand sacrifice” means companies, not consumers, feel the pain.
- June 8, 2015 by Jeffrey RothfederEconomist Max Roser is compiling an archive of global improvement.
- May 21, 2015 by Matt PalmquistCourting investors with expertise in foreign markets can provide companies with a crucial, but often overlooked, advantage in pulling off international M&A deals.
- April 30, 2015 by Matt PalmquistCustomer service websites can help B2B firms keep their costs down, but they must invest in traditional hotlines and tech support to satisfy their neediest clients.
- April 13, 2015 by Thomas A. StewartAn s+b Roundtable: This Mexican cement company redefined itself as a global solutions provider with the critical capabilities to match. See also “The Foundation of CEMEX’s Success — In Pictures.”
- April 8, 2015 by Antoine NasrEmerging economies are poised to attract tourism’s most lucrative niche market.
- April 6, 2015 by Eric J. McNultySocial responsibility is no longer optional for leaders — it must be an integral part of their business.
- March 19, 2015 by Matt PalmquistA CEO’s character can change a company’s culture, the way it operates, and its performance.
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