The mattress maker could incur 'a level of double taxation,' said its CFO.
“The bears argue the industry in the U.S. has peaked and is ready to roll over," says GM's CFO Chuck Stevens. "We don't subscribe to that view."
The Google business unit of Alphabet generated $21.2 billion in revenue, an 18% increase from a year earlier.
The fund now has the option of short-term debt 're-profiling' for countries whose bailout needs exceed normal IMF borrowing levels.
The European Parliamentary Research Service has estimated that corporate tax-dodging costs the EU between $54.5 billion and $76.4 billion a year.
The online retailer also reported lower net income and flat revenue for the fourth quarter of 2015.
But the consumer products giant also expects negative foreign exchange effects to continue to eat into total sales numbers.
Only 27% of CEOs polled by PwC expect global economic growth to improve over the next 12 months and two-thirds see more threats to their businesses.
'Unless the key transitions in the world economy are successfully navigated, global growth could be derailed,' said the IMF's chief economist.
The oil markets could be left with a surplus of 1.5 million barrels a day in the first half of 2016, says the IEA.