by Bryce Covert Posted on August 25, 2014
Burger King is in talks to buy Canadian Tim Hortons, which would be yet another tax inversion deal this year.
by Bryce Covert Posted on August 18, 2014
Many companies that have completed tax inversions have underperformed.
by Bryce Covert Posted on August 6, 2014 Updated: August 6, 2014
Walgreen Co won't go through with its inversion to lower its tax bill, pointing to public pressure.
by Alan Pyke Posted on July 29, 2014 Updated: July 30, 2014
So-called "inversions" that move American corporate profits overseas may hurt taxpayers, but they are making Wall Street rich.
by Alan Pyke Posted on July 25, 2014 Updated: July 25, 2014
Mark Cuban would rather see corporate America reinvest at home than pretend that shrinking tax liability by moving overseas is good for growth.
by Alan Pyke Posted on July 23, 2014
After blocking debate on a bill to close tax loopholes for companies that move overseas in 2012, Senate Republicans reversed course Wednesday.
by Alan Pyke Posted on July 14, 2014 Updated: July 30, 2014
Once their merger is finalized, a U.S. drug giant will buy the Irish company that makes Adderall and shift its profits outside of the I.R.S.'s jurisdiction.
by Bryce Covert Posted on July 9, 2014 Updated: July 9, 2014
Despite a ban on companies that move abroad to avoid U.S. taxes getting federal contracts, more than a dozen still get the work.
by Alan Pyke Posted on July 8, 2014
Over 40 American companies have used mergers to reduce their tax bill since 2008.
by Alan Pyke Posted on June 13, 2014
Out of the roughly $2 trillion in offshore corporate cash, $479 billion belong to just 14 major American corporations.