For a long time, companies have been able to pad their profits in the U.K. without paying any corporate taxes. According to the New York Times, Ms. Hodge and other lawmakers are upset that Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) paid only £6 million in corporate taxes in Britain in 2011 despite generating more than £3 billion in revenue [...]
New York Times: In Tax Overhaul Debate, Large vs. Small Companies: In America’s contentious tax reform debate, it is seen as C-Suite versus Main Street. Some of the biggest and most powerful companies in the United States are fighting for a cut in the official corporate tax rate, arguing that...
Today's New York Times contains a tale of two hearings: The fairly friendly dressing down of Apple CEO Tim Cook for his company's efforts to pay billions less in taxes by moving and keeping profits overseas vs. the hostile interrogation...Show More Summary
Like most American colleges, the old University of New Hampshire academic logo was long overdue for a makeover, so the school’s officials hired a big time company in New York [...] The post The University Of New Hampshire Paid $100K For New Logos That Its Students Don’t Like appeared first on With Leather.
About time! Company Stops Ghetto Bus Tours Around New York A company that promised sightseer tours to the Bronx that included a New York City “ghetto” has stopped the bus rides under protest from an outraged neighborhood. Via ABC Ne...
In recent years US companies such as Google and The New York Times say they have come under attack from Chinese hackers. The US government also says it is also constantly under attack from Chinese hackers. There may be a very simple reason all this is happening. Show More Summary
Another day, another story of a ridiculously overaggressive legal move by a big company. This time it's the NY Times, which turned its bogus nastygramming skills on a startup called Scroll Kit. Scroll Kit is a three person startup that tries to make a system to create more compelling publishing of stories easier. Show More Summary
U.S. and E.U. officials may be willing to negotiate with China over the subsidies given to the Chinese solar industry and the dumping of panels at a loss to these companies. The New York Times is reporting that instead of tariffs — which are in place in the U.S. and are being planned in Europe [...]
U.S. and E.U. officials may be willing to negotiate with China over the subsidies given to the Chinese solar industry and the dumping of panels at a loss to these companies. The New York Times is reporting that instead of tariffs -- which are in place in the U.S. Show More Summary
Like most of the media world, I assumed yesterday’s Yahoo! press event in New York City’s Times Square would be about the company’s purchase of the blogging site Tumblr. Imagine my surprise when it was actually an announcement about the redesign of the photo-sharing site Flickr, which Yahoo! purchased in 2005. In hindsight, the event’s [...]
While The New York Times is currently focusing on print, online, apps, and even Google Glass experiences today, the company has a lab in which they think about how readers might want to consume its content in the future. In a talk at...Show More Summary
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer took full advantage of the spotlight shining on the company in the glow of its $1.1 billion acquisition of New York City-based Tumblr to make two more big announcements Monday evening at the end of an already action-packed day. 1. Show More Summary
Nelson D. Schwartz at the New York Times explains: Even as Apple became the nation’s most profitable technology company, it avoided billions in taxes in the United States and around the world through a web of subsidiaries so complexShow More Summary
The company has signed a long-term lease for four floors at the former New York Times building on West 43rd Street; employees of Tumblr, which Yahoo just agreed to buy, will not be moving there.
Today has been quite a roller coaster ride for Yahoo -- the company put days of reports and rumors to rest this morning when it confirmed that it would acquire the social blogging platform Tumblr, and now CEO Marissa Mayer has confirmed...Show More Summary
Starting tomorrow, for the first time ever in New York City Ballet history, the company's specially made costumes, tutus, photographs, ballet shoes, and more will go on sale, in a partnership with One Kings Lane. Items include a book signed by the entire NYCB company, tutus (with the dancer's names sewn ... More »
In a speech to Columbia business school graduates, the CEO of the New York Times described the company's role in media disruption.
The New York Times reports: The board of Yahoo, the faded Web pioneer, agreed on Sunday to buy the popular blogging service Tumblr for about $1.1 billion in cash, the companies announced Monday, a signal of how the company plans to reposition itself as the technology industry makes a headlong rush into social media. Show More Summary
The New York Times Company was a victim of online attacks earlier this week that slowed down The New York Times Web site and limited access to content.
Hearst Corporation has launched the Elle Glassware app exclusively designed for Google Glass. The publication is the first magazine to launch a Google Glass app, though it joins other media companies including The New York Times andShow More Summary