NAFTA and the TPP are giant greenbacks for multinational corporations. CEOs close U.S. factories, destroy the lives of American workers and collect bigger profits as a result of the less-than-subsistence wages they pay foreign labor.
I believe that Shell threw in the towel after experiencing 10 years of market therapy. The volatility of oil prices, added to chronically low natural gas prices, make the economics of this project stink even if it was logistically feasible to develop oil and gas reserves this remotely.
The point is that in many cases, 'offshore' isn't about banking and secrecy... it's really about internationalizing your life. It's about taking the best possible advantage of perfectly legal opportunities and structures in other countries that allow you live a better quality of life for less money.
Social media giant Facebook is the latest American corporation to use its offshore entities as a way to dodge the taxman
The existence of an extraordinary global network of sham company directors, most of them British, can be revealed. The UK
The decision to outsource the household payroll also shields the identities of Romney's household employees from the public
By Scott Malone March 20 (Reuters) - It's not quite time to pop the champagne corks and celebrate the returns of jobs that
The smaller bank is the customer of the larger bank, which acts as an agent, or conduit, by accepting deposits, processing
"They just slot in your names, and you walk away with the company. Presto!" says Daniel E. Karson, executive managing director