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One controversial social issue in this country is turning typically guarded corporate CEOs into social activists.
Mark Weinberger, global chairman and CEO at EY, says tech trends will be a key theme at Davos, but geopolitics and market turmoil will definitely be high on the agenda too.
A report says infringed content, malware and fake traffic costs the US media and advertising industry $8.2 billion each year.
Toshiba's scandal has raised questions about whether low fees paid by companies to auditors mean they do not spend enough time scrutinizing accounts.
A fledgling Latin American trade block is larger economically than Brazil, and growing three or four times as fast.
Mark Weinberger, global CEO of EY, expects the firm to hire 65,000 new employees globally this year, up from 60,000 in 2014, on the back of strong growth in the U.S. and emerging markets.
Noble Group rejected fresh allegations of accounting from an obscure research firm, which triggered a trading halt ahead of its annual results.
With shrinking prospects at home and the weak yen threat, Japanese companies are rushing to buy overseas and seem willing to pay top dollar.
Mark Weinberger, EY chairman, talks about the U.S. government's tax reforms and employment rates, and adds that his company is continuing to give pay rises.
Ernst and Young's Jackie Kelley is optimistic about 2015 IPOs despite volatility concerns.
A flurry of acquisitions of coal assets by Japanese firms signals that some trading houses are betting a depressed coal market is bottoming out.
Myanmar faces a familiar rite-of-passage for frontier markets: a major Western fast-food chain is poised to set up shop despite widespread poverty.
Mark Weinberger, Global Chairman of EY, explains why he's hopeful for a resolution in the audit dispute between the U.S. and China.
The rise of the Millennials in India is changing the face of the business travel and forcing hoteliers to refocus their efforts.
India's religious and spirituality market is full of gurus, temples and pilgrimages, and now tech entrepreneurs are set to take a leap of faith.
A recent study found that only 20 percent of companies offered a variety of flexible workday options to most employees, the NYT reports.
Carlyle has raised $698 million for its dedicated Africa fund, nearly $200 million above its initial target.
It's a long play, but emerging markets promise significant growth for the health-care industry, said Abbott CFO Thomas Freyman.
Peter Spencer, chief economic advisor at EY Item Club, says the Bank of England needs to push for "real wage growth" amid an environment of falling pay.
Wall Street money is starting to worry that it feels like 1999 all over again, with another tech bubble looming around the corner. The NYT reports.