Too often, cross-border agreements are a one-way street.
American uses TWA's bankruptcy filing skillfully in its acquisition, adding pressure on rival United.
A new generation of thinkers offers new ideas about finance, markets, and management.
In cross-border mergers and acquisitions, choosing an investment banker is no longer a limited proposition.
A new index opens a small window into the profitability of global operations.
Financing customers is a necessary evil for a growing number of companies. But it may do more harm than good.
Larger partners may make you feel safer when embarking on joint ventures. But they just may want to eat you.
A new form of coverage for debt securities is starting to make offerings in Third World hot spots less explosive.
U.S. contracts could be voided by free-trade agreements, as a case involving Loewen Group shows.
The trade-off between risk and reward can't get much bigger than in China, as these companies found.