Last-minute negotiations over the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal in Atlanta this past week finally ended on Monday when trade ministers emerged with a deal. It’s a testament to the secrecy and apathy that has surrounded the entire TPP process that most people didn’t even know these negotiations were taking place, let alone that a deal was near. 899 more words
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Nachricht aus St.Gallen: Why do Multinational Firms exist? A Strategic Schema Mediating Model for the Multinationality – Performance Relationship
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Björn Ambos, Alexander Leinemann (Grundlagenforschungsprojekt) — Today’s globalisation is heavily shaped and driven by multinational companies (MNC). Nevertheless the question of how multinationality (M) impacts the performance (P) of firms is still subject to a substantial debate that has not reached an established conclusion (Cardinal, Miller and Palich, 2011; Tallman & Pedersen, 2012). 60 more words
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Finke, Christian ; Weigert, Florian ; School of Finance (Hrsg.): Does Foreign Information Predict the Returns of Multinational Firms Worldwide?. School of Finance Working Paper Series. 102 more words
In the marketing sphere the world truly has become a global village. Current technology is not only making it a promising idea, but also absolutely possible to engage in business with people across borders, continents, time-zones, cultures and languages. 262 more words
Google is an American Multinational Technology Company specializing in Internet related services and products. These include online advertising technologies, search, cloud, computing and software. Most of its profits are derived from Adwords, an online advertising service that places advertising near the list of search results. 173 more words