Renee Cordes is The Deal’s correspondent in Brussels, covering competition and other areas of EU regulation as well as corporate news. Her company beats range from banks to beer, as well as food and fashion retail for The Deal and The Street. She also does regular studio interviews and video reports posted on both sites. A Chicago native, Cordes has worked as a business journalist in Europe for more than 15 years at media organizations such as the European Voice in Brussels, Bloomberg News in Frankfurt, and startup business publications in post-Communist Hungary and Poland. She is a graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.
Recent Articles By The Author
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Currency headwinds hurt earnings at the Danish brewer.
Home Depot Lifts 2016 Forecast as Quarterly Profit Meets Estimates
The company's CEO says that housing continues to be a tailwind for the home-improvement retailer.
Unilever Continues Buying Spree with Blueair Acquisition
The Anglo-Dutch buyer bulks up in home care less than a week after completing the purchase of Dollar Shave Club.
H&M July Sales Growth Slightly Above Expectations
The Swedish clothing retailer saw monthly sales increase by 10% in local currencies.
'VW2' looms over Daimler, Volvo and others
A record cartel fine by the EC against truck makers clears the way for wronged parties to seek damages in civil lawsuits against the manufacturers.
EC Opens Deeper Probe into Dow Mega-Deal with DuPont
The Brussels antitrust regulator will investigate whether the deal would reduce competition in areas such as crop protection and seeds.
Alibaba Earnings Results Beat Expectations as Cloud Computing Skyrockets
The e-commerce group reveals that its cloud computing business is going strong in its first-ever breakdown of business segments.
Germany's Henkel Lifts Guidance as Quarterly Results Beat Forecasts
The maker of Persil will become No. 2 in the U.S. laundry care market after P&G through its pending acquisition of Sun Products.
Monster M&A Mash: What's Driving Recruitment Industry Dealmaking
Japan's Recruit Holdings and private equity investors are expected to lead the buying spree.
Randstad to Scoop Up Monster for $429 Million
But after this the Dutch buyer plans to slow down the pace of mergers and acquisitions.