are placing greater emphasis on building security in the wake of Sept.
The Roman Empire, the Ming Dynasty and other great civilizations of the past pale in comparison to the size, power and influence of many of today's truly global corporations
In emerging economies, global corporations
pay workers, on average, more than local companies pay.
It no longer matters what democratic societies want; what matters is what global corporations
want, as expressed and enforced by global trade bureaucracies in Geneva.
In large measure this crisis is the result of growing tension between the most powerful economic units: global corporations
, which are able to exploit their mobility and to distance themselves from the problems of any piece of real estate anywhere, and local businesspeople, workers, and citizens, who are rooted in a particular place.
Founded in 1999, BTM provides the research, tools and services that bring business and technology together at leading global corporations
, governments, and not-for-profit organizations.
Carla brings 30 years of insurance experience in retail broking and (re)insurance to meet the complex insurance and risk management needs of global corporations
Day's customers are some of the largest global corporations
and include Audi, DaimlerChrysler, Deutsche Post World Net, General Electric, Intercontinental Hotels Group, McDonald's, UBS and Volkswagen.
With the goal of helping today's companies achieve meaningful diversity at senior management and board levels, BEINCLUDED will bring together the best, brightest and most motivated executives from the Fortune 500 and other global corporations
who share Christian & Timbers' commitment to making diversity at the top a reality.
As part of its sponsorship, Ernst & Young will become a participant in the Global Corporations
for Transparency International (GCTI) initiative and will specifically support TI's highly regarded corruption measurement tools.
Work with leading global corporations
across industries, including AIG, Amgen, Caterpillar, Cisco, Motorola, Nestle, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Shell.
The emerging markets that can meet the needs of global corporations
for infrastructure, skilled labor and a positive business environment will capture the largest growth in market share.