Getty Public and private organizations often implement labor-intensive policies and procedures to govern interactions between related parties. These compliance requirements frequently sacrifice administrability in favor of precision. Let’s say that the finance director of a U.S.-based multinational’s foreign distributor needs to lower the transfer prices on its intercompany inventory imports. The local currency has declined
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Patients wait at the dispensary window for medications at the Esperanza Health Center in … [+] Philadelphia, PA. (DOMINICK REUTER/AFP via Getty Images) AFP via Getty Images Timed to show that they are not just about impeaching President Trump, House Democrats released a far-reaching plan to redesign the Medicare drug benefit. But the measure, which
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Slack Technologies Inc. CEO Stewart Butterfield stands on the trading floor during the company’s IPO at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S. June 20, 2019. Brendan McDermid | Reuters Slack shares rose about 2% in extended trading on Wednesday after the developer of the popular work messaging app reported better-than-expected quarterly
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photo credit: Getty Getty The year of rejuvenation continues for the domestic-focused U.S. real estate sector following one of the toughest years for REITs and homebuilders since the financial crisis. For the U.S. housing industry, the story of this year continues to center around the resilient demographic-led growth in household formations along with the sharp
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President Donald Trump should go forward with the next round of tariffs set for Dec. 15, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday. That’s because the November jobs report issued Friday shows the U.S. economy is stronger than some may have believed, the “Mad Money” host said. “If we’re experiencing this kind of growth without inflation, that
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Zoom CEO Eric Yuan speaks at the Dropbox Work In Progress Conference in San Francisco on September 25, 2019. Matt Winkelmeyer | Getty Images for Dropbox Shares of video conference software company Zoom initially rose but then fell as much as 11% Thursday after the company issued fiscal third-quarter earnings that surpassed estimates, revealing slowing growth.
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