More than a third (39.4%) of US businesses with a base in the UK said they are considering moving it to elsewhere in the EU because of Brexit, according to a new report by international law firm, Gowling WLG.
Bridging the skills gap and boosting services will be top priorities for manufacturers over the coming year. Antony Bourne, IFS global industry director for manufacturing, outlines his three key predictions for 2017 and beyond.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has declared all Arctic Canadian waters off limits indefinitely, which is set to leave oil companies such as BP in limbo with regards to their exploration operations in the region.
2016 has been one of surprise and turmoil for UK manufacturers with largely unexpected outcomes in both the EU referendum and the US presidential elections. These geopolitical events contributed to an unprecedented level of uncertainty surrounding international trading relationships, as Dom Tribe explains.
One of the worlds most innovative and sustainable energy companies is set for a major restructure which will include reducing its global workforce by 25% as it looks to position itself for long term sustainable growth.
A new Supply Chain Funding Index has been launched by URICA, in conjunction with YouGov and economic advisor, Dr John Ashcroft, to determine the health of our supply chains and the liquidity contained within.
Holden has reached the end of an illustrious era after building its last Australian-made V6 engine, ending 68 years of Holden engine manufacturing in Australia.
Residents of a small Spanish village have denied recent reports that every resident was left €2m (A$3.36m) by the late Corona founder Antonio Fernandez in his will.
A lot of businesses, small and big, still don’t maintain a strong online presence for a number of reasons. They may be reluctant to invest in a good online store. The process of creating an online store that works can be pretty daunting, especially for businesses who are not used to online commerce.
A new survey of top finance executives at US-based companies, released today by cloud ERP software company, Intacct, has revealed that finance departments are behind in preparing to transition to new ASC 606 revenue recognition guidelines.