News and Articles About International business
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.
While scaling a business globally can be an exciting, it can also be challenging. Jamie Wong of Vayable offers up advice on how a lean startup can scale internationally.
A look at the features and popularity of web applications including the likes of WeChat, WhatsApp and Snapchat.
Eyeing an overseas career move or considering an exotic retirement? Choose your new homeland wisely.
The latest cost of living survey from ECA International shows that China became more expensive in 2013 and Japan less so.
Not sure where to set up shop abroad? Worried that foreign governments might try to shake you down? Find out which countries are squeaky clean and which are dirty when it comes to public sector corruption.
For our series College Treps, Matthew Fishman discusses why his startup traveled thousands of miles to participate in an accelerator, rather than join a local one.
Boulder, Colo.-based Ubooly has raised $2.5 million in venture capital money and just recently blown its second Kickstarter campaign out of the water.
The global network of business leaders was supposed to help emerging-market entrepreneurs scale up, but now the organization is needed closer to home.
Entrepreneurship consultant Sarah Green offers some perspective on starting up in the developing world, by way of Nigeria.
The Lacey Act was the first real American conservation law, but changes in the law have made it too dangerous to conserve in its present form.
Fabrice Grinda expands on International Idea Arbitrage and how to execute existing ideas in emerging markets.
As more people around the world achieve the middle class, they can't seem to get enough of American fast food.
Retailers that depend on goods shipped to the Port of New York and New Jersey have been tearing their hair out in recent weeks. But there's smooth sailing ahead.
A new report measures the rates of female entrepreneurship and the sentiments of female business owners around the world.
Turkish startups receive substantial support from the government, yet many entrepreneurs disagree with state policies, writes Case Western's Michael Goldberg.
The latest survey of private-company executives by PricewaterhouseCoopers shows that almost two-thirds of U.S. business owners consider the U.S. economy growing.
Consumers are increasingly looking to buy goods across international borders, both to save money and to gain access to a greater variety of items.
A report from the Pew Research Center shows that many people across the world see China as on its way to becoming the dominant global superpower.
Before protesters engulfed Turkey's Taksim Square, the country had become a rising star for businesses and entrepreneurs.