Editor’s note: This is a sponsored post produced for Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business. It’s only a year long, but Master’s of International Business students at Georgia State University could already see how the degree will influence their futures as they approached December graduation.
Editor’s note: This sponsored commentary was written by Kevin Miner, a partner at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP, whose Atlanta office is a Global Atlanta annual sponsor. As we approach the end of the first year of the Trump administration, employers are beginning to feel the practical effects of its “America First” approach Read more
Editor’s note: The following is a sponsored commentary by Fragomen associate Janora L. Hawkins. With President Donald Trump focused on raising the skill level of immigrants entering the U.S., many lawmakers agree that some low-hanging fruit exists in the form of foreign graduates coming out of U.S. universities. American companies, especially in the high-tech and Read more
Editor’s note: Breaches happen all the time in the world of digital commerce, but a hack of Atlanta-based Equifax earlier this year was not your normal, run-of-the-mill data heist. One distinguishing factor was the size of the breach, which was said to have exposed personal records of more than 146 million Americans — nearly half Read more
Editor’s note: This post is sponsored and produced by Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business. When Georgia State University Clinical Professor Leonard Jackson joined the Regynald G. Washington Master of Global Hospitality Management program four years ago, he lobbied to add an overseas travel component to the curriculum. “You can’t go global just Read more
Editor’s note: While bribery has changed in the digital age, the seemingly endless stream of leaks showing government corruption and business complicity means that it’s here to stay. Few Americans would consider the outright offer of cash to a foreign leader. More concerning for most companies are the gray areas where in their zeal to win Read more
Editor’s note: This is a sponsored commentary article written by Kevin Miner, a partner at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP. President Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States six months ago July 20, promising substantial changes to the nation’s status quo on immigration. On that point, he has Read more
Editor’s note: This guest commentary was provided by Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business, a Global Atlanta annual sponsor. With the world in a seemingly constant state of flux, how do companies begin the process of making international decisions? How can students make sense of complex global issues facing the United States and its Read more
Editor’s note: This commentary article is sponsored by the immigration law firm of Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP It’s March, and while accountants are knee-deep in income taxes, we business immigration attorneys are deeply embedded in our own very busy season: H-1B cap preparation. It has become routine every year in our world: rushing to file petitions for the Read more
Just a week into his presidency, Donald J . Trump has already issued a number of executive orders relating to immigration and border security that will have a direct effect on high-skilled immigrants and the businesses that employ them.