Report: IBM To Cut 10,000 Jobs
The job cuts could affect about 20% of its staff in Europe. The United Kingdom and Germany would be the hardest hit, says Bloomberg.
Global Auto Sales to Fall More Than Expected
S&P Global Ratings had previously forecast modest growth in China and Europe.
Ford Europe to Cut Thousands of Jobs in Turnaround Drive
The automaker’s global cost-cutting effort starts with eliminating thousands of jobs, discontinuing slow-selling models, and combining headquarters.
LKQ Expands in Europe With Stahlgruber Buy
The auto parts retailer is the No. 1 distributor in Europe but rival Genuine Parts has been moving into that territory.
CFOs Still Spurning High-Return Projects
Despite the overall lower cost of capital, the hurdle rates companies use to screen investments are still 'stubbornly high.'
Asahi Buys European Beers From AB InBev
The $7.8 billion acquisition of Pilsner Urquell and other brands continues the Japanese brewer's push to build its overseas business.
The Business of Politics
U.S. companies are reducing hiring/spending plans due to political uncertainty, according to a recent Duke University/CFO Magazine survey.
Companies Seek to Acquire and Hire
Slow growth is piquing interest in M&A but hindering efforts to fill key positions, according to the latest Duke/CFO Business Outlook survey.
Firms Lack ‘Basic Building Blocks’ to Comply with Anti-Fraud Laws
As companies push into Europe, the Middle East, India, and Africa, executives are being pressured into higher risk behaviors, says E&Y.
The Problems of Prosperity
The latest Duke/CFO Global Business Outlook Survey finds U.S. finance executives searching for the best ways to leverage the strengthening economy.
Google Says EU Allegations Off the Mark
A Google Search executive says the company has not abused its online search dominance, as the European Commission charges.