Under new CEO Bill Winters, the U.K.-based bank has been streamlining operations amid a slumping share price and tighter regulation.
The National Retail Federation said that holiday sales should increase 3.7%, to $630.5 billion, this year, a deceleration from 2014's growth.
The company agreed to plead guilty to violations of a customs law and the Lacey Act, and pay a combined total of $10 million in fines.
The company says "focus and discipline" are key to its efforts to reorganize amid a third straight year of sagging agricultural commodity prices.
Collaboration, coupled with a commitment to a disciplined process, can lead to better product decisions.
While SABMiller said AB InBev's revised $104 billion offer is inadequate, Wall Street appears optimistic a deal will eventually be done.
Downside risks include declining commodity prices, depreciating emerging market currencies, and increasing financial market volatility.
U.S.-based multinational corporations are allowed to play by a different set of rules, says a new study on corporate taxation.
Sales reps at Bristol-Myers Squibb’s majority-owned joint venture in China bribed Chinese health-care providers with cash and jewelry, says the SEC.
The final package of base erosion and profit-shifting measures includes new minimum standards on country-by-country reporting.