Complexities of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act require chief tax officers to clearly explain its provisions to companies' management teams and boards.
The government announces new taxes and steep spending cuts as the sliding peso makes it harder to service the country's debt.
Brown-Forman cites a competitive landscape and retaliatory tariffs on American whiskey as reasons for an uncertain profit outlook.
"The coming months will continue to enjoy tailwinds from fiscal policy while monetary policy remains supportive of growth," says an S&P economist.
About one in eight companies polled by Deloitte are waiting to see how regulators enforce GDPR before putting much effort into compliance.
The latest move in the U.S.-China trade war would affect U.S. imports ranging from liquefied natural gas to foods containing chocolate.
Some consumer goods companies are increasing prices, but there are signs of renewed price sensitivity among buyers, says Korn Ferry's Craig Rowley.
While companies wait for 2018 tax reform rules to be finalized, now is the time to be thinking about strategies for repatriating cash from abroad.
The company said it would increase marketing behind a few key beverage brands.
But looming Trump administration tariffs still weigh on the minds of supply chain executives.