The International Trade Commission clears the way for the White House to impose trade barriers on imports of Samsung and LG washing machines.
The European Commission's ruling on Amazon's tax break from Luxembourg strikes another blow against the tax arrangements of Silicon Valley companies.
The rating agency is concerned that China is not doing enough to "deleverage" its economy after years of credit-fueled stimulus.
The International Accounting Standards Board responds to companies’ call for help with materiality in financial statements.
Changes in international tax laws spurred by the OECD's BEPS project pose challenges for finance chiefs, but also offer some opportunities.
The use of effective internal controls around sustainability performance data is not just a 'nice to have'; it’s a must-have.
Original equipment makers, tech companies, and suppliers are vying for control of the auto's “center stack,” which customers may value more than…
The White House wants to ensure U.S. banks cannot be used to help finance the expansion of undemocratic rule in Venezuela.
For a second straight quarter, the insurance group dragged down the conglomerate's operating profit, though its BNSF railroad keeps rolling along.
The emphasis on Chinese steel is just the latest example of how narrow political interests in the U.S. have commandeered China-U.S. relations.