Singapore-based Broadcom redomiciled to the US, but it wasn't enough to get permission for its acquisition of US-based Qualcomm. Now Qualcomm's merger with the Netherlands' NXP may be at risk, as China and the US ratchet up their economic disputes.
As the equatorial nation's sovereign debt gains international favor, local corporate bonds find a broader and deeper-pocketed array of investors.
Supermarkets choose between joining forces with third-party delivery services or buying them outright to serve customers faster and better. Saving costs on the last mile remains challenging.
Does JPMorgan Chase really need a new headquarters? Or is this just an expression of Jamie Dimon's edifice complex? And how likely are other banks to invest their own financial assets in constructing bigger and better offices rather than clients' projects?
A Bocconi University analysis shows that a foreign CFO is likely to add a layer of investor protection. While anecdotal reports support this, the view from emerging markets suggests the global reality is not so straightforward.
With deadlines only months away, treasury officers will need to improve their processes and leverage new technology to meet new IFRS and GAAP standards.
French Total, Italian ENI and Russian Novatek won Lebanon’s first tender for hydrocarbon exploration and production. Operations start in 2019 in two offshore blocks, including one disputed by Israel.
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US based CFOs have cause to cheer with the US economy growing at a faster clip than expected. The Bureau of Economic Analysis on Wednesday revised the US real gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate for the second quarter of 2017 to 3% from ...
FM Global, one of the world’s largest business property insurers, four years ago created its Resilience Index to rank 130 countries and territories according to their ability to manage disruptive events.
Delaware has proposed amendments to new legislation that would enable corporations to use distributed ledgers for record-keeping and to keep track of stock transactions, the state’s latest effort to be a first mover when it comes to blockchain technology.