The upcoming presidential election hasn't dampened activity, with U.S. firms striking $248.9 billion of merger agreements this month.
The company saw a "standout performance" in the U.S. amid higher prices for sodas and strong demand for water and sports drinks.
The Chinese conglomerate makes its second foray into the U.S. hotel industry in six months, paying a premium of 14.6% for Blackstone's stake in…
Tax regulation is mounting worldwide, elevating the importance of giving the tax function "a seat at the table" in corporate decision-making.
Small and mid-tier manufacturers incorrectly assume that because they’re small, their transfer-pricing policy won’t be audited. They're wrong.
"It’s really the transition to the digital airplane that's creating the perfect timing to bring these two entities together," Rockwell says.
The deal continues a wave of consolidation among discount brokerages, which are facing declining trading volumes and low revenue growth.
The $56.50-a-share offer for 57.8% of Reynolds would create the world’s largest listed tobacco company by net sales and operating profit.
Initial claims for unemployment benefits increased by 13,000 but the data is “consistent with a still-strong trend in employment growth."
It's the first internationally agreed-upon set of procedures to detect and prevent bribery.