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These Are the Biggest Overseas Cash Hoards Congress Wants to Tax

These Are the Biggest Overseas Cash Hoards Congress Wants to Tax

Several of the biggest U.S. companies—including Apple and Procter & Gamble—would no longer be able to escape taxes on the trillions in overseas profits they’ve accumulated, under a tax bill
Civil War Leaves South Sudanese Officials Hustling for Food

Civil War Leaves South Sudanese Officials Hustling for Food

They’re high-level civil servants charged with helping South Sudan rebuild institutions and an economy shattered by a four-year civil war. First, though, they need to feed their families in a city
Twitter Blames Deactivated Trump Account on Exiting Employee

Twitter Blames Deactivated Trump Account on Exiting Employee

The fact that U.S. President Donald Trump’s Twitter account was deactivated by a rogue employee has raised questions about how much access and control Twitter Inc.’s workforce has over an individual
Sen. Warren on GOP Tax Plan and Powell Nomination

Sen. Warren on GOP Tax Plan and Powell Nomination

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a Massachusetts Democrat, discusses the GOP's tax overhaul plan and the nomination of Jerome Powell to lead the Federal Reserve. She speaks with Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli.
House GOP Tax Bill Benefits Love and Marriage, Penalizes Divorce

House GOP Tax Bill Benefits Love and Marriage, Penalizes Divorce

The House Republican tax bill is making marriage a lot more attractive.
Legal Brawl Over 2016 Trump Campaign Rally Violence Escalates

Legal Brawl Over 2016 Trump Campaign Rally Violence Escalates

President Donald Trump will get a second chance to extinguish a lawsuit by protesters who want him to answer personally to their claim that he incited violence against them at a Kentucky rally when he
One Man Trump Won't Meet on Asia Trip Looms Largest

One Man Trump Won't Meet on Asia Trip Looms Largest

Donald Trump departed Washington on Friday for a 10-day tour of Asia, his first trip to the region as president, during which he’ll travel to five countries and attend several summits. One man he
Sen. Warren Says She Plans 'Hard Questions' for Powell

Sen. Warren Says She Plans 'Hard Questions' for Powell

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a Massachusetts Democrat, comments on the nomination of Jerome Powell to lead the Federal Reserve. She speaks during an interview with Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli. (Source:
Sen. Warren Says Tax Bill Is $2T Giveaway to Big Banks

Sen. Warren Says Tax Bill Is $2T Giveaway to Big Banks

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a Massachusetts Democrat, comments on the GOP tax overhaul plan during an interview with Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli. (Source: Bloomberg)
Trump Considered Keeping Yellen at Fed, Until Mnuchin Spoke Up

Trump Considered Keeping Yellen at Fed, Until Mnuchin Spoke Up

Jerome Powell wasn’t a lock to be President Donald Trump’s pick to lead the Federal Reserve.
The Age of Easy Money Is Nearly Over

The Age of Easy Money Is Nearly Over

Central banks are finally ready to ease off the stimulus.
Tax Bill Has ‘Opaque’ New Tax for Some Multinationals

Tax Bill Has ‘Opaque’ New Tax for Some Multinationals

U.S. multinationals that derive or book substantial profits overseas might face a new tax on some of their future earnings going forward, under the House tax bill released Thursday.
Columbia's Hubbard Says Tax Bill Is a Good Starting Point

Columbia's Hubbard Says Tax Bill Is a Good Starting Point

Glenn Hubbard, Columbia Business School dean, discusses the GOP tax plan with Bloomberg's David Gura, Mike McKee and Julie Hyman on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Tax Bill Spurs Swift Outcry From Realtors, Small Businesses

Tax Bill Spurs Swift Outcry From Realtors, Small Businesses

Opposition to sweeping tax legislation introduced Thursday emerged quickly, led by national groups for realtors and small businesses.
Sen. Crapo Says He Will Support Powell for Fed Chair

Sen. Crapo Says He Will Support Powell for Fed Chair

Sen. Mike Crapo, an Idaho Republican and chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, discusses President Donald Trump's nomination of Jerome Powell to lead the Federal Reserve. He speaks with
Trump Announces Nomination of Powell to Lead Fed

Trump Announces Nomination of Powell to Lead Fed

President Donald Trump speaks at the White House about his nomination of Jerome Powell to be the next Federal Reserve chairman. (Source: Bloomberg)
House GOP Tax Bill Estimated to Add $1.49 Trillion to Deficit

House GOP Tax Bill Estimated to Add $1.49 Trillion to Deficit

The House Republican tax writers’ plan is estimated to add $1.49 trillion to the deficit over a decade -- just fitting in under the amount allowed under the congressional budget adopted last week.
Tax Proposal Hailed as ‘Almost Perfect’ Gift by Retail Lobbyist

Tax Proposal Hailed as ‘Almost Perfect’ Gift by Retail Lobbyist

As U.S. retailers prepare for the holiday season, they view the Republican tax bill as an “almost perfect” gift to the industry.
Former Australian PM Rudd on Trump's Asia Visit, N. Korea

Former Australian PM Rudd on Trump's Asia Visit, N. Korea

Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd discusses President Donald Trump's planned trip to Asia with Bloomberg's David Gura and Julie Hyman on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source:
Powell Lauds Economy's Progress, Vows Vigilance on Market Risks

Powell Lauds Economy's Progress, Vows Vigilance on Market Risks

Jerome Powell, President Donald Trump’s pick to lead the Federal Reserve, talked up the strength of the U.S. economy as he pledged to guard against financial market risks.
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