Economic theory and experience offer little reason to believe that a move towards increased protectionism will benefit the United States.
The Chinese telecom equipment company allegedly shipped about $32 million of sensitive U.S.-made technology to Iran between 2010 and 2016.
Compliance will motivate firms to update their current processes and methodology to assess cyber risks and the related potential business effects.
Half of finance executives say their companies face greater risks in general now than three years ago: AFP study.
There's a gap that many acquirers are starting to pay more attention to: the supply chain uncertainty created when companies combine.
Though they sound good for corporate America, CFOs need to read the fine print of the Trump administration and House of Representatives proposals.
Sensors, wireless networks, analytics software, artificial intelligence—the technologies are here. Now, what to do with them?
The Internet of Things may transform supply chain management, but connected industrial sensors so far have pointed to an evolution, not a revolution.
New laws and regulations aimed at identifying cases of human trafficking within supply chains pose compliance challenges for companies.
While it's nice to cut supply-chain costs, don't choose a low-cost shipper without considering all cargo-related risks.