News and Articles About International business
This European country has reigned supreme as the most innovative in the world for the past four years, according to a new report.
Outside of the U.S., the global instant coffee market is huge and growing fast.
While running a small business is already a massive undertaking, the need to think globally from the start is vital if you want your company to grow to its utmost potential.
From how you eat to how you dress, a look at how your behavior could be interpreted by your customers, colleagues and clients in different countries.
If you're seeking customers from around the world, these tips can help you increase your global reach.
The new feature can translate German to English and vice versa in near real-time and will be available in beta by year's end.
Getting ready to hire overseas? Understand four key areas before you take the plunge.
While emerging markets can be a little unstable, they can also offer a plethora of opportunities. Entrepreneurs just need a little bit of strategic thinking to identify these circumstances.
The impact of an ostensible ban on U.S.-grown apples is mostly a blow to the ego, though the broader food industry should pay attention.
New web addresses with endings such as .london and .nyc will amplify the online presence of local businesses.
An economic experiment set to be held in Sweden's second largest city, Gothenburg, will see the hours of an average workday slashed in hopes of enhancing productivity.
The media-streaming company is reportedly using Luxembourg as its French base as it looks to dodge the country's film industry regulations.
Strategize about taking your business overseas. First be sure you've won success on the homefront. Do plenty of research and analysis first.
A look at legal requirements for paid time off around the globe.
A not-so-'grate' proposal from the European Union to ban U.S. cheese makers from using names like Parmesan and Feta is stinking up trade negotiations.
Thinking of sending some of your employees to work overseas? Be sure to know what you're getting into.
While Silicon Valley, New York and Boston's entrepreneurial ecosystem get the most media attention, these hubs don't make sense for all companies. For our series The Grind, globe-trotting entrepreneur Jamie Wong gives us the skinny on other amazing locations to start a company.
Following a failed appeal, Google was ordered by French courts post a notice on its Google.fr homepage informing users that it would be paying a 150,000-euro fine over privacy violations.
The Holder family has turned the Parisian bakery Ladurée -- famous for its macarons -- into a global brand that's about to open its first American flagship and venture into ecommerce.
While many startups envision expanding their business beyond their country's borders, scaling globally can present some unique challenges.
The website domain registrar says it plans to expand into 52 countries in 30 languages within the next year and a half.
As founder and CEO of the Malala Fund, Shiza Shahid is determined to help women around the world get access to an education. And she's learning a lot along the way.
With the support of the Commerce Department, company executives can travel to regions of interest and meet with potential investors, which may be the boost some franchises need to expand their concepts into international brands.
Andy Puzder, CEO of CKE Restaurants, the parent company of Carl's Jr. and Hardee's, has found it easier to set up shop in countries like Brazil and China rather than contend with U.S. government regulations.
Where you live could play a role in choosing between landing a degree or launching your own company.