The conglomerate plans to bring $7 billion to $10 billion back on shore to invest in its U.S. operations and possibly buy “bolt-on” companies.
A 21% income tax rate might sound appetizing to some pass-through entities, but C-corporation status doesn't suit every organization.
The choice of tax litigator Charles Rettig would reportedly break a two-decade precedent during which IRS chiefs tended to come from corporations.
Under a Financial Accounting Standards Board proposal, companies could reflect the effects of the new 21% rate on their balance sheets.
Loss of deductions for performance-based pay may cost public companies nearly $100 million over three years — but do they care?
With the tax perhaps unlikely to ever take effect, should companies still factor it into their benefits planning and strategies?
Despite the retail crisis, modernized players in the industry can show CFOs in other businesses a world beyond spreadsheets.
A minority but growing number of employers give employees bonuses and raises based on this year's tax windfall; Visa leads the way with huge 401(k)…
The IRS and Treasury rush to clarify uncertainties about repatriation of offshore earnings.