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Japan's labor crunch reshaping how companies attract workers
Misaki Harada wants to quit her job as a receptionist at a restaurant management company in Tokyo and move into marketing for an apparel maker.
EU protecting companies in Iran
By Kostis Geropoulos*
London to back its companies against US sanctions on Iran: UK FM
The UK is taking measures to attempt to protect British companies with business interests in Iran from being caught by any new US sanctionsو said the foreign minister of the United kingdom, according to UK media.
Oil companies ask judge to kill NYC's global warming lawsuit
Five of the world’s biggest oil companies asked a judge to throw out New York City’s lawsuit seeking to hold them responsible for costs related to the environmental changes caused by their products.
Pro-diversity policies make companies more innovative and profitable
While some may see corporate diversity initiatives as nothing more than glitzy marketing campaigns, a PSU business school professor's research shows that companies that hire a more diverse set of employees are rewarded with a richer pipeline of innovative products and a stronger financial position.
Companies everywhere copied Japanese manufacturing Now the model is cracking
Japan’s reputation for flawless manufacturing quality and efficiency transformed the country’s postwar economy, changed business practices world-wide and spawned a library’s worth of management manuals and business advice books. Now, the model is cracking.
E-Verify doesn’t prevent US companies from hiring undocumented workers
When federal agents raided dozens of 7-Eleven stores across the US earlier this month and arrested 21 workers suspected of being undocumented immigrants, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement director Tom Homan declared that the highly publicized raids were meant to send a message to employers: “If you are found to be breaking the law, you will be held accountable.”
Investors to scour outlooks for US companies' tax cut plans
Corporate results for 2017’s final quarter will start pouring in next week and are expected to be laden with one-time charges as US companies begin to cope with tax code changes, including a one-time tax on trillions of dollars in profits held overseas.
Iran’s envoy: British companies call for further economic ties
Iran’s Ambassador to London, Hamid Baeidinejad, said British companies are interested in doing business with Iran and are calling for expansion of economic ties.
Erdogan warns companies against inking energy contracts with Cyprus
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned major global energy companies against making oil and gas deals with Cyprus, saying such agreements could affect their business in Turkey.
US sanctions Russian companies, Moscow responds
The United States has blacklisted several Russian companies and individuals over their alleged connection to the Ukrainian crisis and the 2014 reunification of the Crimean peninsula with the Russian mainland.
Trump shutters four of his Saudi-tied companies
US President-elect Donald Trump has shut down at least nine of his companies since the November 8 election, including four that were allegedly connected to a business venture in Saudi Arabia.
Danish energy companies interested in funding SP projects
Danish energy companies are keen on investing in Iran's South Pars (SP) Gas Field in the Persian Gulf off Bushehr Province, said the Danish ambassador to Iran.
Insurance firms expect Iran opening in 2017
International insurance companies say they expect to see a major opening in the Iranian market in 2017 with several key players saying they have already won deals to cover businesses in the country.
Iran signs contracts with major European companies for crude sale
Iran has signed contracts with major European companies for the sale of crude oil, five months after the implementation of the last year’s nuclear agreement between Tehran and six global powers, a senior Iranian official says.

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