EU and UK officials have reached broad agreement on a transition deal governing the post-Brexit relationship between the UK and the EU. The deal eases concerns among British firms that they will be cut off from the European market by an abrupt UK departure, but questions remain about the Irish border.
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Taxpayers who have participated in virtual-currency transactions should be aware a federal district court has let the Internal Revenue Service enforce a John Doe summons, seeking information about US persons' virtual-currency transactions, against Coinbase, one of the largest bitcoin exchanges in the country.
To thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, you'll need to adapt. Learn how to hone your adaptive mindset in this blog post from the Human Intelligence series.
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Learning additional skills is essential to career advancement, but few people think they have time in their schedules to add education. Here are seven ways companies can help employees keep advancing.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is awarding more than $83 million to three Merrill Lynch insiders for their role in a 2016 case involving Bank of America.
A recent fraud case in India illustrates the need to enhance internal controls and governance standards for public sector banks, said Tao Zhang, a deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund. India has taken steps such as enacting its Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, but "for a lasting impact, these efforts are not enough and should be accompanied by governance reforms," he said.
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