How can Azure and cloud services compete against rising international data protectionism?
How do global brands thrive in an era of isolationism and protectionism? For Nike, the answer is lobbying, automation and reshoring.
Protectionist trade policy drives General Motors, one of the world's largest automakers, to localize its global supply chain.
Did Ford make the right decision moving production from the US to China?
Days before the Brexit vote, Ivan Menezes, CEO of Diageo, one of the largest producers and exporters of alcohol in the world, urged his UK employees to vote to ‘stay’ in the EU. Diageo couldn’t risk the uncertainty of losing access to the favorable free trade provisions that the EU had secured. But the vote didn’t go Diageo’s way. So what next?
Apple operates one of the most complex supply chains globally and epitomizes the power of globalization – and its pitfalls. Can the re-emerging forces of isolationism derail Apple's success?
Despite making marginally positive contributions to African economies, MNC’s have historically followed the trend of our colonial masters but are now beginning to feel the pinch…
The major US airlines, Delta, American and United, are trying to shut out their Middle Eastern rivals from accessing US markets by appealing to Trump’s protectionist agenda. Instead, they should focus on winning the market with a superior product, service and price.
Wal-Mart plays nice on U.S. trade issues but without meaningful changes yet.
Adidas’ new bets on localization, automation, and customization not only provide competitive advantage in the sportswear industry but may also help the company build resilience to more restrictive trade agreements.