Wall Street Journal, At Skadden, Tax Law Isn’t So Boring as Inversions Raise the Stakes: Law Firm Lands in the Middle of an Election-Year Debate About U.S. Tax Policy: It isn’t boring to be a tax attorney these days. Just ask the team at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom,...
It's Thanksgiving here in America, and since plenty of people in the country are spending time with loved ones, nostalgia is in the air. After Washington State coach Mike Leach drew up this play for the Wall Street Journal, which can...Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal explores the phenomenon of the million-dollar literary debut. Pair with Edan Lepucki’s Millions interview with her agent about publishing a first book.
Paul Craig Roberts – former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under President Reagan, former editor of the Wall Street Journal, listed by Who’s Who in America as one of the 1,000 most influential political thinkers in the world, PhD economist – wrote an article about the build up of hostilities between the U.S. Show More Summary
THEY NEED TO CRYOGENICALLY FREEZE IT: Senator John Barroso (R-WY) has an oped in today’s Wall Street Journal, “Congress Can Cool Off Obama’s Climate Change Plans.” When the U.N. climate-change talks convene in Paris next week, the risks will be high for American taxpayers. President Obama wants a climate deal and is willing to pay dearly to get […]
The US government is launching an investigation into whether Comcast unfairly monopolizes the cable advertising sales market, the Wall Street Journal reports. According to a civil investigative demand seen by The Wall Street Journal,...Show More Summary
Links to the best reading in funds investing: “Activist” investors are being decidedly less active, in some cases — David Benoit, The Wall Street Journal Separate fairness from tradability when thinking about bond market liquidity —Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal, Clinton’s Proposed Tax Credits Expand: Latest Focus on Caregivers Is at Least the Ninth Tax Proposal Since This Summer: If you’re caring for an aging parent, deciding whether to invest in rural America or struggling to pay medical bills, Hillary Clinton has a tax credit for you....
Apple is planning to launch Apple Pay in China by early February, The Wall Street Journal reports. After grueling negotiations, the company has struck deals with China’s four major state-run banks, people familiar with the discussions said. Show More Summary
``An adherent of the investing principles of Charles Dow, founder of the Wall Street Journal, Russell published his newsletter continuously from 1958, never missing an issue in more than half a century.''
Apple plans to launch Apple Pay in mainland China before the weeklong Spring Festival starting February 8, 2016, also known as the Chinese New Year, according to The Wall Street Journal. The report claims Apple recently reached deals...Show More Summary
Apple is bringing Apple Pay, its mobile payment and digital wallet service, to China, according to reports from CNBC and The Wall Street Journal. Apple Pay uses an iPhone or Apple Watch to wirelessly pay for items using a credit or debit card. Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple has struck a deal with four state-run banks in China, paving the way for the launch of Apple Pay in the country. The payment service may go live as early as February. Tim Cook has mentioned...Show More Summary
Originally posted at ilsr.org. I took the “no” side in a point/counterpoint in the Wall Street Journal this week on the topic: Will Solar Energy Plummet if the Investment Tax Credit Fades Away? It’s been a great conversation-starter, but also an opportunity to clarify ILSR’s position on the tax credit extension. Show More Summary
In China, mobile payment has become so ubiquitous, it's part of people's daily lives. The Wall Street Journal's Menglin Huang spends a day without cash in the southern city of Shenzhen and finds out how you can pay for things digita...
Deal with four banks clears the way for the tech titan's electronic-payments service to work in the world's largest smartphone market, sources tell The Wall Street Journal.
In a long essay in this past weekend’s Wall Street Journal, noted neoconservative Robert Kagan calls for sending 40,000 to 50,000 U.S. troops to Iraq and Syria—thus achieving the considerable feat of making Sen. Lindsey Graham, who is urging the deployment of 20,000 troops, seem dovish by comparison. Kagan is not your typical neocon. Show More Summary
Seven months after its launch, we appear to be seeing a previously unheard-of Apple Watch error, but we think we’ve figured out what it means. Wall Street Journal tech editor Joanna Stern brought the issue to attention on her Twitter account; the screen kind of looks like her Apple Watch had suddenly decided to play […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Following up on Wednesday's post, Elizabeth Warren Delivers Major Speech Today On International Corporate Tax Reform: Wall Street Journal editorial, Elizabeth Warren’s Tax Warning: She Orders Democrats Not to Make the U.S. Tax Code More Competitive: Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) must be getting nervous about the chances of tax...
Could terrorists pull off an attack in the US along the lines of what happened in Paris? The answer is an unequivocal yes, writes a former director of intelligence analysis for the NYPD in the Wall Street Journal. While it's true that the US "has—in absolute numbers and per...