U.S. Proposes $4B More European Tariffs Over Aircraft Subsidies
As part of the long running Airbus-Boeing dispute, the U.S. Trade Representative is considering tariffs on 89 additional items.
British Steel Goes Insolvent, Blaming Brexit
"There are a number of reasons why [British Steel's] turnaround has been very badly blown off course but the main one is Brexit,” its owner says.
U.S. Threatens New Tariffs on EU
The spat centered on subsidies allegedly given to Boeing and Airbus.
EU Fines Nike Over Restrictions On Cross-Border Sales
The case involved "geo-blocking" of the merchandise of top European football sports franchises.
Brexit: No Cause for Celebration
Deeply concerned about the U.K.'s future relationship with the European Union, businesses are waiting anxiously for the rules of separation.
Some Companies Are Ignoring GDPR Risk
About one in eight companies polled by Deloitte are waiting to see how regulators enforce GDPR before putting much effort into compliance.
Trump Tariffs Backfire With Harley-Davidson Move
The iconic bike manufacturer says shifting some production overseas is its only option after the EU retaliiated against U.S. tariffs.
GDPR: We’re Just Getting Started
May 25 is only the kickoff: the GDPR requires an ongoing commitment to protecting sensitive data.
EU Suggests U.S. Products for Tariff Retaliation
"They’re trying to wake up American legislators, who are the only ones in government who can influence the president on this issue."
U.K. Planning Revenue Tax on Digital Firms
The switch from a tax on profits would expose the huge U.K. sales of global internet companies to tax authorities.
Regulator Wants Finserv in Brexit Trade Deal
"A commitment to continued open markets is at the heart of the future," says the head of the U.K.'s financial watchdog.