In This Issue:
- Lawmakers Question Tactics as Companies Minimize Taxes Offshore
- Judge Rules Delaware Can't Move Toward Secret Arbitrations
- With Valid Access, Worker Can't Be Charged as a Hacker, Court Says
- Tech Companies Buying Start-Ups to Acquire Talent
- Survey Finds Cost of Going Public Higher than CFOs Anticipate
- Corporate Identity Theft Proves Taxing for States
- Study Debunks Companies' Reasons for High Executive Pay
- Lack of Women on Corporate Boards Proving Contentious Issue
- Private Firms Seeing Profit Margins Triple Since Recession
- Over 1,100 Businesses Over 100 Years Old Still Run by Families
- Excerpt from Lawmakers Question Tactics as Companies Minimize Taxes Offshore:
In these fiscally strained times, those seen as not paying their fair share are obvious targets. Having already launched a crusade against wealthy individuals using Swiss banks and others to evade tax, are America's tax police about to tighten the screws on the deep-pocketed of the corporate world?
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