The Upside to Enterprise Risk Management

Large manufacturing and distribution companies have been using enterprise risk management for many years. Only recently, however, have smaller manufacturers and distributors begun considering ERM to reap its many rewards. ERM involves identifying, assessing, quantifying and addressing all types of risks across the company – operational, human, financial, market and

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Transfer Pricing Compliance Issues Targeted in new IRS Campaign

The IRS has launched an initiative under the Large Business and International (LB&I) Division to audit U. S. subsidiaries of foreign multinational corporations which operated as distributors in the US for product manufactured by the related party for sale to U.S. customers.  The LB&I published a Practice Transaction Unit in

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Ohio Offers Export Assistance to Qualifying Companies

Ohio companies exported greater than $52 billion worth of goods to 216 countries and territories in 2014. The Ohio Development Services Agency (ODSA) offers many programs that create competitive advantages for Ohio businesses in the global marketplace. The exporting assistance programs offer numerous resources including export counseling and education, market

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Are you Confident in your Data Center?

Data centers are generally defined as a group of networked computer servers typically used by organizations for the remote storage, processing, or distribution of large amounts of data. If purchasing or owning your own data center is not advantageous, colocation can be a valuable option. Data centers that offer colocation

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