by Alan Pyke Posted on February 26, 2015 Updated: February 26, 2015
After escalating strikes and legal action in the U.S. have squeezed the fast food chain on its home turf, McDonald's is now under new pressure outside the country.
by Alan Pyke Posted on February 9, 2015 Updated: February 9, 2015
The spike in corporate inversion mergers to avoid American taxes shouldn't inspire a big cut in corporate tax rates, according to a new analysis.
by Alan Pyke Posted on October 16, 2014
American drugmaker AbbVie is dropping a planned merger with the Irish company that makes Adderall, saying that new Treasury Department rules meant to crack down on deals done solely for tax purposes had nixed the plan.
by Alan Pyke Posted on October 10, 2014
A medical device company that's moving its tax headquarters to Ireland is also splashing cash to save its top 26 employees from paying taxes on the move.
by Alan Pyke Posted on September 30, 2014
International tax law allows creative accounting gimmicks that protect stock owners from taxes on their gains and make billions for banks.
by Alan Pyke Posted on September 29, 2014
Apple's notorious (and legal) tax avoidance strategy in Ireland may come to a grinding halt this week when European investigators reveal their findings.
by Jeff Spross Posted on September 26, 2014 Updated: September 26, 2014
Helping liberals understand where their ideological foes are coming from.
by Bryce Covert Posted on September 23, 2014
Treasury and the IRS announced new rules aimed at making tax "inversion" deals less attractive.
by Harry Stein - Guest Contributor Posted on August 27, 2014
The most recent Congressional Budget Outlook has good news for corporations but bad news for the rest of us.
by Alan Pyke Posted on August 26, 2014 Updated: August 26, 2014
Given the many other obstacles facing the fast food giant in coming years, though, angry burger fans could be the least of Burger King's worries.