Trade groups cited a study from the Peterson Institute for International Economics that found 195,000 U.S. jobs could be lost if the tariffs were…
The iconic bike manufacturer says shifting some production overseas is its only option after the EU retaliiated against U.S. tariffs.
Shares of the Seattle-based sales tax automation company soar after pricing at $24 per share on Wednesday.
Multinational corporations face a complex task in calculating their Base Erosion Anti-Abuse Tax, part of the new tax-reform law.
The Chinese smartphone maker will pay a $1 billion penalty as part of a deal to end the sanctions that had threatened to cripple its operations.
The unease is denting CEO confidence and causing chief executives to question hiring and spending plans.
The retailer affirmed full-year guidance and plans to open 60 Old Navy stores by the end of the year.
The company cites Venezuela's economic crisis but President Nicolas Maduro says the factory will continue production under worker control.
The TCJA may force some U.S. companies to reconsider their strategy of shifting profits to affiliates in low-tax jurisdictions.
“We have now entered the realm of Alice in Wonderland,” the U.S. envoy to the WTO says. “White is black. Up is down.”