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  1. U.S. companies now have $2.1 trillion overseas to avoid corporate taxes

    “Microsoft Corp., Apple Inc., Google Inc. and five other tech firms now account for more than…

  2. Americans’ interest in hiking corporate taxes wanes slightly

    Back in 2008, when gas prices hit $4 per gallon for the first time…

  3. Intel CFO: Obama repatriation tax proposal ‘lipstick on a pig’

    We need fundamental tax reform that helps companies…

  4. U.S. Congress, Obama take Apple CEO Cook’s advice, eye corporate tax changes

    When quizzed about its tax practices, Apple CEO Tim Cook told a Senate subcommittee…

  5. Obama targets foreign profits with tax proposal, Republicans skeptical

    Obama will call for a one-time, 14 percent tax on an estimated $2.1 trillion…

  6. Senator Rand Paul finds Democratic partner for tax repatriation holiday

    Under current law, U.S. companies must pay the full 35 percent tax rate….

  7. As Burger King eyes moving to Canada over U.S. corporate taxes, Apple, Google, Microsoft have it their way, too

    The U.S. corporate tax rate is obviously way too high…

  8. IS Apple’s tax bill about to get much, much bigger?

    On June 10th, the European Commission announced that it would launch a formal investigation…

  9. EU threatens expanded probe into Ireland’s tax practices regarding Apple, Googles, other companies

    The European Commission has told Ireland it may investigate more companies…

  10. EU’s investigation of Apple’s taxes isn’t going to cause the company any problems

    No worries…

  11. U.S. Senate weighs corporate tax repatriation holiday to help fund highway repairs

    The plan would give companies a one-time reduction in the amount of taxes they pay on profits earned abroad…

  12. EU launches tax avoidance investigations on Apple, Starbucks, Fiat

    Apple said on Wednesday it has not received any selective tax treatment…

  13. Jack Welch: U.S. does not have a rational tax policy

    Losing American corporations to overseas countries with lower corporate taxes would be a sin…

  14. Apple’s offshore accounting vs. the SEC, Congress and the IRS

    The Security and Exchange Commission is serious about going after Apple’s off-shore cash…

  15. Is the 35% U.S. corporate tax rate hurting America’s economy?

    The U.S.A. has the highest nominal corporate tax rate among the developed economies…

  16. Caterpillar likely to get GOP support on corporate tax Senate subcommittee dog and pony show

    Caterpillar Inc. is likely to get some Republican support Tuesday when the giant maker…

  17. Cash abroad rises $206 billion to $1.95 trillion as Apple to IBM practice tax avoidance

    The largest U.S.-based companies added $206 billion to their stockpiles…

  18. Apple TV adds Watch ABC, Crackle, Bloomberg News, and KORTV

    All four are available now to Apple TV owners in the United States…

  19. Behind-the-scenes look at Apple TV app development via the new Bloomberg News channel

    Unlike its developer program and vast ecosystem of apps on iOS and Mac…

  20. Not in Taxes anymore: On site at Apple’s famous Irish ‘headquarters’

    The biggest technology company on Earth has a sizable portion…

  21. Bloomberg News reviews Apple’s 64-bit iPad Air: Hands-down the best tablet on the market

    I’ve been using the iPad Air for a week now and it’s hands-down the best tablet on the market…

  22. Senators Levin, McCain say Ireland faces questions even as Apple tax loophole tightened

    Senator John McCain said Ireland still faces questions on how corporations…

  23. Ireland to close Apple’s tax loophole, but leave bigger one open

    Ireland said on Tuesday it planned to shut down a much-criticized tax arrangement…

  24. Behind the ‘Apple ads flop’ story

    Apple’s Signature ad is quiet and thoughtful, waxing philosophically…

  25. Businessweek says Apple’s TV Ads ‘flop’ based on survey from Ace Metrix – which counts Samsung as a client

    Apple Inc.’s newest TV commercials, showing consumers enjoying…

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