African countries, rich in resources, easily fall prey to aggressive tax planning and tax evasion facilitated by offshore companies.
Can multinational corporations really be fully engaging in social responsibility if they turn a blind eye to state-sanctioned hostilities against LGBT people?
Research suggests that corporate leaders can be encouraged to lobby for climate action by personally experiencing the effects of climate change.
A medieval historian and business studies expert discuss how pandemics past and present impact on big business.
Tax rates may be the same for big and small companies, but five charts show how things work out differently in practice.
Little research has been done on the impact of multinational companies that are born and bred on African soil.
New initiatives have allowed firms to enshrine their purpose in corporate bylaws, but gaps exist between local and international issues that can complicate the definition of a multinational’s purpose.
Multinational corporations are increasingly vigilant about respecting human rights, but the case of Mexico tells us that they can indirectly encourage violations by local businesses.
While the political and long-term consequences of the protests are still impossible to know, Hong Kong is already experiencing some short-term economic impacts.
The economic impact of losing big business.
The rise of professional couples has added to the complexity of ensuring overseas assignments are a success for both employer and employee.
It is well known that modern multinationals such as Google can derive substantial revenue and profits from Australia without significant physical presence here.
The Australian government is missing a vital opportunity to promote ethical business practice and mediate disputes before they blow up, by improperly resourcing the ANCP.
Dublin’s role in global business is threatened by Trump’s tax plans, so the opportunity presented by Britain’s EU exit will have to be snatched with both hands.
Today the world is dominated by 30 financial corporations that hold more than half the shareholdings of its corporate giants. And they follow the logic of finance capital – the logic of money.
The company tax cut may signal to the world that Australia wants to be competitive on corporate tax, but it won’t make much of a difference to our largest businesses and multinationals.
New research finds there are significant risks and uncertainties in the complexities of national and international tax systems as applied to internationally mobile employees.
The arbitrary treatment of comapnies like Philip Morris is unsettling and does not engender confidence – two basic ingredients required in trade and investment.
A CSIRO report suggests Australian manufacturers need to better design custom products and hook into global supply chains to survive.
The extension of laws on unfair contract terms to cover small businesses, may help farmers take more control of the data their farms generate.