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Renee Cordes

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.
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Recent Articles By The Author

Brexit Survival Tips for Companies: Patents, Trademarks, Customs and Tariffs

Catriona Hatton talks about regulatory and other issues companies should brace for after the U.K. leaves the European Union.

The Business of Blossoms: Why Dealmaking is Flourishing in the Global Floral Sector

The Deal's Renee Cordes looks at the changes sweeping through the global floral industry and the dealmaking frenzy it's inspiring.

Beefing Up Europe's National Antitrust Busters: White & Case's Komninos Shares Reform Thoughts

European Commission considers expanding the role of national competition authorities in the EU's 28 member countries, White & Case Case LLP partner shares his views on areas of possible reform.

What 'Brexit' Means for Cross-Border Dealmaking and Merger Filings

A U.K. exit from the European Union would be bad for investment and mean more paperwork and costs for companies getting deals vetted by antitrust watchdogs.

Brussels Terror Attacks: The Aftermath in the Belgian and EU Capital

The EU and Belgian capital remains on high alert a day after two deadly bomb blasts in Brussels that left more than 30 people killed and more than 250 injured.

Growing Seafood Demand Spawns Aquaculture Dealmaking Wave

Around the world, people are eating more seafood, daily per capita fish consumption is set to reach about 45 pounds by 2022, with most of the growth coming from China.

European Stocks Fall on Global Growth Concerns and After Fed Minutes

European stocks fell on Thursday, taking their cue from Asia on concerns about global growth.

European Stocks Decline on Weak Earnings From Glencore, Carlsberg

European stocks retreated on Wednesday, as investors digested a slew of disappointing earnings reports from companies including mining and commodities trading giant Glencore and Danish brewer Carlsberg.

European Stocks Mixed as Greek Post-Shutdown Sell-Off Continues

European stocks were mixed on Tuesday as the Greek equities sell-off entered a second day following a five-week closure and amid another corporate earnings blast.

Premium-Beer Segment Drives Heineken First-Half Profit 6.5% Higher

European stocks were mixed on Monday, as Greek stocks tumbled on the first day of trading – with some restrictions -- after a five-week forced hiatus.

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