Corruption and bribery are perceived to be on the rise in many countries, and regulators have increased enforcement of anti-corruption laws as more companies of all sizes do business globally, research suggests. To safeguard against corruption by employees or third parties, a white-collar-crime litigator recommends following three steps.
A World Economic Forum report that includes survey results of more than 1,000 global leaders ranks threats that are the most likely to happen in the next decade and that need attention the most urgently.
Emerging markets in Asia, Latin America and Central Europe are increasingly attracting small and midsize U.S. companies interested in doing business abroad. Find out how these companies can best deal with the three challenges they're most likely to encounter: taxes, fraud and talent recruitment.
A "staggering" acceleration of change and complexity in technology and cyberthreats has organizations failing to keep pace in the information-security race, Ernst & Young reports in its annual Global Information Security Survey. What can organizations do to bring information security up to speed? Ernst & Young recommends a four-step approach.