Great Britain

Great Britain

Advice for American Entrepreneurs Looking to Do Business in Britain

The bromance between the U.S. and Britain is long-standing, and long may it continue.

Don't Say 'Tally Ho' To The U.K. -- Yet!

Many of the predictions about Britain's imminent 'Brexit' are bad for U.S. businesses. But not all of them.

Britain Just Voted to 'Brexit' the EU. What Does That Mean for Americans?

The decision is expected to have global implications, some of which may take years to play out.

If U.K. Voters Make a Brexit They Will Take Unwilling U.S. Businesses With Them

The close ties with British partners has amounted to something like a guest pass into the EU for American companies. That might change.

U.K. Vessel Will Not Be Called 'Boaty McBoatface' After All, But There's a Catch

Although the wacky name got the most votes online, the ship's full name will be the Royal Research Ship Sir David Attenborough, in honor of the world famous naturalist and broadcaster.

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