U.S. companies operating in foreign lands are still bound by U.S. laws, and U.S. laws can create a significant competitive disadvantage in certain circumstances.
The International Center in Indianapolis is offering a series of workshops, “The World in Transition,” that will provide participants with an overview of the culture, protocol and business etiquette in the United Kingdom, China and Russia.
An Indianapolis Airport Authority official told board members Friday that the airport is working to land nonstop London service, but its efforts could take years to see results.
The vote in favor of a “Brexit” has shocked investors and sent stock markets plummeting around the world. Years of financial uncertainty lay ahead on a global scale as the U.K. and EU find their footing.
Katrina and I have made more trips (10) to Mexico and traveled to more cities and towns there (35) than we have to any other foreign country in the last 12 years.
Our trip to Uruguay and Paraguay did not get off to a good start. And it went downhill from there.
A delegation of business and community leaders led by Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard departed for Europe Nov. 14 on a nine-day
development mission to help grow the city’s motorsports industry.
There are cruises to the Antarctic in large luxury ships that go near the islands—close enough to afford
magnificent views. But those ships are too big to get close enough to go ashore.
President Obama was in Egypt last month to see the Sphinx, the Pyramids and other relics of a bygone age but, more important,
to set the tone for a new age—according to Obama, “a new beginning” in relations between the United States
and the Muslim world.
There’s nothing like following the wildly influential thinker Charles Darwin’s own footsteps, which I had the pleasure of doing by visiting the beautiful, mysterious, isolated and enchanted Galapagos Islands.