Income inequality is hurting U.S. states that rely heavily on revenues generated from taxes on personal income and consumption.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says he is close to a decision on how to prevent firms from "effectively renouncing their citizenship."
The latest Duke/CFO survey reveals more confidence in the U.S., less confidence in Latin America, and greater concern about regulation
The $5 billion cross-border deal involving the French company's medical nutrition business is apparently on hold.
The CBO ups its federal deficit forecast because of lower than expected corporate tax revenues.
If President Obama and lawmakers want to prevent more tax inversions, then they should wipe out corporate income taxes and tax investors instead.
Loss of tax deductions on executive compensation above $500,000, an Affordable Care Act provision that took effect last year, bites insurers.
Corporate inversions are all the rage, but opposition to the tax-saving transactions is mounting.
As the White House chafes over the latest tax inversion deal, its ally to the north is only too happy to accommodate its newest transplant.
The software giant has saved nearly $30 billion in taxes by permanently investing $93 billion overseas.