Expanding abroad has lots of potential, and plenty of risks. Here are some quick tips to help you avoid problems with staffing, regulatory requirements, joint ventures, and more.
Plucking More Profit from Production with MES
Automated programs try to fill the gaps ERP systems leave on the shop floor.
The Suharto Road to Excess
Joint ventures are an effective vehicle for bribing foreign officials. But with investors starting to notice, so may the authorities.
Joint Ventures Between The Globe and a Hard Place
Growing turmoil in emerging markets has U.S. companies gaining control over their foreign ventures. But will that compound the risk?
GE Superfund Struggles
Old environmental liabilities can give even the most powerful company fits. Just ask GE.
Issuance of zero-coupon convertible bonds is booming. And that makes them a juicier target for the IRS.
Washington claims that it wants private industry to do more of the Pentagon's work. So why do the rules for outsourcing help keep it in government hands?
To Have and Have Not
Companies have long had it both ways on stock options. But now they must show what these incentives cost and how much dilution they cause