Apple taxes

Business
There is much for U.S. authorities to learn from the European example of forcing corporations to pay their fair share of taxes, but more far-reaching oversight of executives' allocation of resources is also required.
Tech
The massive sum was 40 times bigger than the previous known demand by the European Commission to a company in such a case.
Tech
Apple saves billions of dollars in taxes through subsidiaries in Ireland, where it declares much of its overseas profit.
Tech
"Apple pays every tax dollar we owe," Cook said.
Business
Such maneuvering is made possible under U.S. tax law that lets domestic companies hold profits earned abroad offshore indefinitely
Business
So how did Apple wipe out its UK tax liability? In large part by awarding employees stock options as part of their compensation
Business
It's time to find out whether Mr. Cook's testimony regarding tax reform was honest or just more corporate lip service. The American people are tired of receiving nothing but Sour Apples!
Tech
The sense that Apple has lost some of its luster was evidenced when one member of the audience criticized the company for
Politics
A political mobilization by citizens is clearly necessary to prevent politicians in the Senate and House from embracing the corporate version of corporate tax reform.
Media
Informed Citizen Disorder: the damage you do to your mood and your blood pressure by watching Bill Moyers or Jon Stewart, listening to Kevin Phillips or Bruce Bartlett and reading the Guardian or the New York Times.
Politics
Why should Apple have access to U.S. consumers if Apple refuses to pay its fair share of taxes to finance the infrastructure and education that Americans need to improve their living standards? Americans could buy from one of Apple's competitors instead.
Politics
Some weeks, not much happens in political news, and other weeks it seems like almost too much happens. This was one of the latter types of week.
Business
"They are very, very tactical," said a former Apple lobbyist who asked for anonymity because he was not authorized to speak
Politics
The GOP has transformed the stereotype of who is a government leech into the perennial political attack point that the government is too big, wasteful and intrusive. And that those who appear to benefit most from government should pay the most for it.
Business
Apple's latest product isn't disruptive to the music industry, cell phones or television. It's aimed at the United States of America.
Business
Because they can indefinitely shield their foreign profits from U.S. taxes, meanwhile engaging in endless (legal) schemes to avoid taxes in countries where they book those earnings, the link between the profitability of American companies and the well-being of America is broken.
Business
“The differences widened substantially over the three-year period, expanding from a 2009 difference of $1.4 billion to a