Understanding the concept of PE is critical for international operations. Find out why in this video.
Establishing and maintaining a foreign office can be an excellent idea, and for many businesses it’s a necessity in today’s global economy. But to make foreign operations successful, you need to develop a thorough plan that accounts for a host of considerations that may not apply to your domestic operations. Not surprisingly, many of these considerations relate to local laws. This post will outline of some of the legal matters you need to consider when setting up and maintaining overseas operations.
In this week's Global Glance, we look at a daily fantasy sports leader expanding globally, Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders on corporate inversions, and Istanbul’s alley cats.
For American and European retailers in a still-struggling economy, the imperative to grow can be as hard to fulfill as it is hard to ignore. Cash-strapped shoppers are still not opening their wallets, as evidenced by the drop in U.S. retail sales last year. As a result, more and more retailers of all shapes and sizes are going abroad to sustain their growth. And it’s a wide-open playing field.