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.
Keep a Close Eye on U.K. Trade Agreements
The most common what-if scenario CFOs are planning for is the possibility that the U.K. and the European Union just can't reach a deal.
EU Finds Amazon’s $294M Tax Break Illegal
The European Commission's ruling on Amazon's tax break from Luxembourg strikes another blow against the tax arrangements of Silicon Valley companies.
EU Hits Google with Record Fine
The Internet giant has been ordered to change its practices or face further financial penalties.
Should U.S. CFOs Worry About EU Cyber Risk Rules?
Compliance will motivate firms to update their current processes and methodology to assess cyber risks and the related potential business effects.
WTO Tells U.S. to Withdraw Boeing Tax Break
A finding that a Washington state measure amounted to an illegal subsidy given the EU a partial victory in a trade battle with the U.S.
Is Breaking Up Always Hard?
In the latest Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook Survey, finance executives reveal few concerns about the UK’s Brexit decision.
Beware Merger Targets’ Cybersecurity Risks
If the value of a company resides in its customer information, proprietary research, or financial data , it can largely vanish via a cybersecurity breach.
Bank of England Cuts Interest Rate to 0.25%
The rate cut is part of an "unexpectedly large" package of measures aimed at stimulating the U.K. economy in the wake of the Brexit vote.