The Trump administration is doing the right thing in considering a plan to allow corporations to bring back — “repatriate,” it is called — some $2.6 trillion in corporate profits that were earned overseas and left there because the companies didn’t want to pay US taxes. I advocated this repatriation a long, long time before...
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- Trump’s overseas corporate tax plan is spot on
By John Crudele - Monday Aug 28, 2017
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By STEFANOS CHEN - Friday Sep 15, 2017
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- NY Times needs to come clean on wiretap headline
By John Crudele - Thursday Sep 7, 2017
The Justice Department announced this week that there was no evidence that Trump Tower was wiretapped, as President Trump alleged. OK, that almost settles the issue. I’m still waiting for the New York Times — the self-proclaimed “paper of record” — to explain its Jan. 20 front page story that had the headline “Wiretapped Data...
- After Sale to Accenture, Intrepid Eyes Next Chapter in Mobile Tech
By Jeff Engel - Friday Jun 30, 2017
When Mark Kasdorf started his software design and development shop, Intrepid Pursuits, in 2010, mobile apps were basically a box for businesses to check off on their corporate to-do list. “It kind of felt like everyone needed an app, and no one knew why,” Kasdorf recalls. “These people within larger companies vaguely remembered messing up” […]
- Republican tax plan takes aim at corporate rate
By Bob Fredericks - Thursday Nov 2, 2017
The tax overhaul proposed by House Republicans on Thursday would slash the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 20?percent — a move backers said would free up cash for companies to create jobs. President Trump praised the proposed cuts as “the rocket fuel our economy needs,” saying it would also encourage businesses to move...