U.S. manifest destiny along with its style of corporate capitalism have been the entire drive for globalization over the past 50 years. Even the British empire in the post-mercantilist era could never have dreamed to achieve what the U.S. has accomplished today through Cold War politics. U.S. capitalism won and along with it U.S. currency and its style of doing business.
As the U.S. global influence gradually fades over time due to economic reasons, I am really curious to see how business around the world will evolve free from that cultural propagation. The U.S. will always be a regional hegemon but I think its unsustainable economic practices are falling out of disfavor, especially in Europe.