The Swiss group’s revelation of a US$100m loss at its South Korean subsidiary could be just one example of “a ticking time bomb”, claims Bottomline Technologies.
French presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron’s rhetoric to tempt London-based banks to relocate to Paris doesn’t fully stand up to scrutiny, says Brickendon CEO Christopher Burke.
An online survey of small business owners on both sides of the Atlantic finds them in optimistic mood, despite an uncertain outlook.
Preparing for the technology of the future means radically rethinking the way companies employ it today. That was a central message from this month’s EmTech Asia 2017 conference in Singapore.
Finance ministers back further moves to prevent multinationals from exploiting differences in tax rates between EU member countries and those outside the region.
The outlook for the UK economy is negative and the recent recovery by the pound is unlikely to last.
Growth prospects for the year ahead are modest, but a recovery in commodity prices and major infrastructure spending plans are lifting the region’s major economies out of recession.
Most are ‘hugely optimistic’ that their business will succeed in the year ahead, according to Ricoh Europe.
A study of consumers across 20 countries found only three where more than half those surveyed trusted merchants’ ability to protect their data.
Companies have only a limited time to complete their preparations before the UK departs the EU, warns Marsh executive Mark Weil.