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The time has come for American businesses to be let in on a little secret. Sales intelligence company Vainu, with roots in Finland and offices across the Nordics and a U.S. headquarters in New York, is launching its Promised Land campaign -- an initiative to spark enthusiasm among businesses in the U.S. ...
U.S. uranium producers Ur-Energy and Energy Fuels sent a petition to the U.S. Ministry of Trade asking to limit the purchase of uranium abroad, including in Uzbekistan, RBC reported. They complain that in 2017 uranium production in the U.S. fell to historical lows. According to the Energy Information ...
The Senate Banking Committee today will hear testimony on proposed changes to the review process for acquisitions and other foreign investments in U.S. companies. Why it matters: This is nominally about any foreign investment in the U.S., but it's really about worries that China is stealthily acquiring U.S. ...
scientific research shows that being stressed out at work can take a serious toll on your physical and mental health. In an effort to help people find happiness in the workplace, career and recruiting website CareerBliss recently released its eighth annual list of the 50 happiest companies in America.
That conclusion runs counter to the long-held promises of the Trump Administration and Republican lawmakers, who repeatedly suggested their tax rewrite would encourage US companies to bring the money home to hire workers and invest in their businesses. The $14.5 trillion Treasury market, of course, ...

As bitcoin ETF proposals languish amid a major crypto selloff, funds coming to market today will offer investors access to blockchain ETFs that may benefit from the digital asset's underlying technology. The Amplify Transformational Data Sharing ETF (NYSEARCA:BLOK) and Reality Shares Nasdaq ...
Whether the GDPR will persuade U.S. corporations to take cybersecurity more seriously (or the U.S. government to start enforcing the legislation already on the books) remains to be seen, but one can always hope. Until then, we'll all just have to put our faith in statements from corporate executives like ...
Despite a handful of high-profile announcements, the recent cuts in corporate taxes haven't yet had a meaningful impact on American companies' plans to boost investment or raise workers' pay, a CNBC survey of large companies found. The latest announcement came Wednesday with the news that Apple ...
Chinese investors and firms own a majority of almost 2,400 American companies employing 114,000 people, about the same number as the combined U.S. staffs of Google, facebook and Tesla, according to data from MacroPolo. Here's an interactive look.
A recent study finds that taking steps to foster diversity makes a company more innovative, in terms of product innovations, patents created and citations on patents - meaning the relevant innovations are also used to develop new technologies. "We wanted to know whether companies with policies ...
Letting Chinese corporations acquire American companies, especially energy or technology-based companies is the biggest threat to rebuilding American manufacturing. ... We are selling off our ability to produce wealth by allowing many American corporations to be purchased by foreign Corporations.
Brazil's welcoming climate for small satellites and a prime equatorial launch location is intriguing US space companies. The Brazilian military is actively courting companies to launch out of its Alcantara Launch Center (ALC), located in the country's northeast region on the Atlantic Ocean, just south of the ...
For far too long, our state's infrastructure - airports, bridges, roads, and tunnels - has been paid for by our hard earned tax dollars, but built with materials and products imported from overseas. That is why I fought to pass the New York Buy American Act to bring manufacturing jobs back to upstate New York.
The Trump Administration may be building another kind of wall -- one blocking acquisitions of U.S. finance firms by Chinese companies. Ant, the Chinese Financial Services firm controlled by Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma, on Wednesday abandoned its $1.2 billion agreement to buy MoneyGram (MGI) after it ...
U.S. multinational companies are preparing to pay hundreds of billions of dollars in tax on profits they made overseas in the last 30 years. New American tax rules mean firms can no longer avoid paying tax on past international profits by keeping the money outside the United States. They must pay tax ...

Caterpillar's $2 billion tax fight with the IRS could change how US companies do business. Federal officials have been investigating Caterpillar Inc.'s taxes and profits processed through its Swiss subsidiary, Caterpillar SARL. The outcome of that investigation could influence other American companies' tax ...
The Bombardier CS100 passenger jet is pictured on the opening day of last year's Farnborough Airshow in England. Boeing claimed in an April 27 complaint that it has been illegally harmed by Bombardier's 2016 deal with Delta Air Lines for 75 CS100 jetliners. (DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP / AFP/Getty ...
We want America to be competitive. But we have opposing views on how to get there. Trump pushes the United States toward walls -- psychological, physical, and diplomatic -- that separate us from the rest of the world. But American companies need to double down on global expansion efforts, not retreat.
"There is a small incentive to locate your tangible depreciable assets overseas because of this," one economist said. But it's unclear how much of that activity there will be since the U.S. will be a much more attractive place to operate businesses with the new lower tax rate and other initiatives like less ...
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) speaks at a press conference about the ongoing relief efforts in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria at the Capitol Building in Washington, U.S., September 26, 2017. (Reuters/Aaron P. Bernstein). The Republican Party passed sweeping tax reform last week, which is largely ...
A vast stash of cash belonging to American multinationals, estimated at $1.6 trillion, sits overseas. This is because high U.S. tax rates dissuade the companies from bringing it home. But the new tax law will attract a large chunk of it back home, boosting U.S. economic growth and jobs. That's the scenario ...
The currency controls, which were tightened last year as Beijing tried to stem a tide of money leaving the country, have led to complaints from foreign companies doing business there. It is, for the moment, unclear how much money American companies actually keep in China, or how much they would seek ...
Republicans' tax plan, the Tax Cuts and jobs Act, is expected to be signed into law as early as Wednesday. The bill would lower the federal corporate tax rate to 21% from 35% and allow a one-time repatriation of overseas cash. Sixty-five percent of companies responding to a Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey say they ...
"There is a small incentive to locate your tangible depreciable assets overseas because of this," one economist said. But it's unclear how much of that activity there will be since the U.S. will be a much more attractive place to operate businesses with the new lower tax rate and other initiatives like less ...
Republican tax Measure Would Have A Big Impact On U.S. corporations ... The tax bill speeding through Congress would dramatically reduce the tax rate for U.S. Corporations. David Greene talks to Jennifer Blouin of the Wharton school of Business about the possible changes. DAVID GREENE, HOST:.
New Delhi, Dec 18 (Reuters) - Indian gas firm GAIL (India) Ltd is renegotiating its liquefied natural gas purchase deals with U.S.-based Cheniere Energy and Dominion Cove Point, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan told lawmakers on Monday. GAIL has signed contracts for sourcing up to 5.8 million tonnes of LNG from the ...
According to research by the Tax Policy Center's Steven Rosenthal, about 35 percent of stock in U.S. corporations is now held by foreign investors. So when taxes of "American" Corporations are cut -- as the Trump-Republican tax bill seeks to do -- foreign investors get a windfall. The Institute on taxation ...
American companies and their non-American support ... helping U.S. citizens operate the items the U.S. companies sold us in the first place.
Here's What the Leaders of the 11 Most Successful U.S. companies Studied in College. Find out what types of degrees led Tim Cook, Mary ...
As office holiday party time arrives, human resources executives across the US are scaling back on parties, according to survey released ...
In October 2015, as President Barack Obama was hoping to rush the newly signed Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal through Congress, ...
American companies are funding the Kremlin's info war against us ... kind of accountability from the American corporations that are bankrolling Moscow's ... Western European and U.S. companies purchase endless hours of ...
U.S. companies won't tolerate failure on corporate tax reform, House ... not subject American companies to U.S. taxes on foreign earnings.
Just last week, a group of investigative journalists unveiled a new source of records known as the Paradise Papers. Following on the heels of ...
It pays to put the customer first. A recent Customer Rage Survey by ASU's W.P. Carey school of Business concluded that companies across the ...
Chinese hackers starting to return focus to U.S. corporations ... in what appears to be corporate espionage against multiple U.S. companies.
The Arrested Saudi Prince Alwaleed Owns These 12 US companies ... billionaire investor with tangled business ties with American companies.
As a House committee on Monday pushed toward a vote on the Republican tax legislation, conservative groups aligned with the wealthy Koch ...
06, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Citing dissatisfaction with their sales compensation plans, a growing number of U.S. companies plan to make ...
An estimated $2.6 trillion in American corporate profits is sitting in overseas bank accounts, about half of that in cash. It's a remarkable pile of ...
House Republicans are considering cracking down on U.S. companies that move overseas while still selling their products to Americans, ...
The US holds a staggering 45% of the global pharmaceuticals market. Last year, it amassed around $446bn in revenue, a number which is far ...
The mindset that Corporations exist first and foremost to pay shareholders has dominated economic thinking for decades. But this ...
Under current law, foreign companies can load up their U.S. operations with deductions for interest and royalties in ways U.S. companies can't.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 (Xinhua) -- Two private U.S. companies are planning to place an expandable habitat in the moon's orbit by the end of ...
"This is an opportunity to make order and remind [investors] that not all American companies are of a piece," IBI wrote in the document. The five ...
New Delhi: Nearly 20 major US companies like Boeing, Pratt & Whitney, Merck, Medtronic and Cargill are heading to Uttar Pradesh next ...
In particular, stronger demand from US companies and consumers for Canadian products and services is playing a big part in that increase, ...


 

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