Small and mid-tier manufacturers incorrectly assume that because they’re small, their transfer-pricing policy won’t be audited. They're wrong.
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.
It's the first internationally agreed-upon set of procedures to detect and prevent bribery.
China's largest insurer acquires a stake in a $2 billion portfolio of select-service hotels as it continues to step up its overseas investments.
The cereal giant says the deal will advance its goals of becoming a global snacking powerhouse and expanding in emerging markets.
The sale of eight plants to China Three Gorges Corp. advances Duke's strategy of focusing on its core regulated power business in the U.S.
Four months after acquiring 5.9% of JD.com, Wal-Mart has become the third largest shareholder in the Chinese e-commerce company.
The Fund says a cyclical recovery is not enough to solve the bank profitability problem, recommending a "bold structural reform program."
The Japanese insurer is paying a 43% premium for Endurance as it seeks to generate 25% of its profits from overseas operations by 2020.
A new survey reveals 87% of CFOs believe the economic future of their companies depends on the outcome of the U.S. presidential election.