Strategy

What the ZTE Iran case tells us about China’s approach to trade

As the ZTE Corp case is ongoing, the US has banned manufacturers from supplying anything to the Chinese company

World Finance spoke with Bill Perry, a US-China trade litigation expert, on what the ZTE Corp case can tell us about the way many Chinese companies approach international trade. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

The implementation of economic policy can be a contentious issue, but more needs to be done to prevent it from falling back into previous limitations

Entering a new era of fiscal policy

The implementation of economic policy can be a contentious issue, but more needs to be done to prevent it from falling back into previous limitations

Just when the notion that Western economies are settling into a ‘new normal’ of low growth gained mainstream acceptance, doubts about its continued relevance have begun to emerge. Instead, the world may be headed towards an economic and financial cros...

There are substantial legal and political considerations to be contemplated before the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement can be declared a success

Several factors could stand in the way of the TPPA’s success

There are substantial legal and political considerations to be contemplated before the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement can be declared a success

The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) is considered to be the largest regional trade agreement ever made. Applying to nearly 40 percent of the world’s economy, with signatories including Australia, Canada, Chile, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, the...

In order to flourish in an evermore-complex financial landscape, companies and their employees need global, yet standardised, business education

Education in the new financial landscape

In order to flourish in an evermore-complex financial landscape, companies and their employees need global, yet standardised, business education

Employees must tell the emperor when he has no clothes

With the recent accusations of wrongdoings of the VW CEO and announcements from the US Justice Department to seek more individual prosecutions for executive misdemeanour, it’s clear the global corporate culture needs a change. But who needs to alter behaviour, leaders or employees?

Back to school

With unemployment figures creeping up across the globe, employers are demanding more from candidates. Business schools have responded by creating industry-specific MBAs, writes Nash Riggins

From humble origins in the 1990s, Nastrac has grown into a global consultancy firm. CEO Nina Alag Suri explains how she built the company from the ground up

CEO of Nastrac on winning Entrepreneur of the Year 2015

From humble origins in the 1990s, Nastrac has grown into a global consultancy firm. CEO Nina Alag Suri explains how she built the company from the ground up

Economic effectiveness: how an interim manager can help

Interim managers have the intuition and strategy to help businesses realise their goals even in times of economic conservatism

Leadership development through coaching: a case study

The Defence Acquisition University is an example of how professional coaching schemes can work alongside training and development programmes to produce impressive results

Dealing with poverty in developed nations

World Finance speaks with Hernando de Soto, renowned Peruvian economist on what’s holding back the West today

Indivisible labour, Les Mis, and a global lack of infrastructure

World Finance speaks with Hernando de Soto, renowned Peruvian economist, on what’s holding back the impoverished today

Bongani encourages Angolan transparency

Those investing in emerging economies must generate a greater sense of trust and abide by sustainable principles if they are to yield positive returns. Bongani Investment Group is doing just that

A novel way of raising capital and enhancing customer loyalty is being offered in the UK in the form of mini-bonds, but some argue they offer little return for their considerable risk

Crowdcube breathes fresh air into investing

A novel way of raising capital and enhancing customer loyalty is being offered in the UK in the form of mini-bonds, but some argue they offer little return for their considerable risk

Magellan sees container investments grow rapidly

The capital market has never before seen the variety of products that are available today, and demands on these investments vary; as do their reputations. Containers have been an attractive alternative for 30 years

Pay secrecy could soon be a thing of the past

The policy of complete pay transparency is a huge departure from accepted motivational structure, but some companies are starting to consider what the benefits of opening up incentive schemes might be

What the ZTE Iran case tells us about China’s approach to trade

As the ZTE Corp case is ongoing, the US has banned manufacturers from supplying anything to the Chinese company

Several factors could stand in the way of the TPPA’s success

There are substantial legal and political considerations to be contemplated before the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement can be declared a success

How to be ready for MiFID II

The delayed implementation deadline does not mean you should not prepare now