This question (migrated to writers.se) uses an example sentence along the lines of
ABC is expanding our operations overseas.
As a Brit, I'm quite comfortable with either ABC is or ABC are in most contexts, but in this particular construction the switch in plurality from is to our in a single sentence really grates. Curiously, I find I don't have this problem if those two words are in separate sentences.
ABC is a dynamic company. We are expanding our operations overseas.
Is this just a personal hangup of mine? Or there a US/UK divide on the issue?
I don't think this is a question about whether companies are singular or plural (as covered here). I'm asking about attitudes to using both is and our in the same sentence like this.