Lessons in Disloyalty: Eduardo Saverin and The Facebook IPO
The move allows the thirty-year old Saverin to avoid paying a significant chunk of the taxes he will owe on the windfall coming his way with the impending Facebook IPO.
In making this decision, the Brazilian native did more than expose his blind disregard for all that his adopted country has done for him. He has made himself the poster child for the callous class of one-percenters who are all too happy to use national resources to enrich themselves, and then skate, or cry foul, when asked to pay their fair share. The story evokes the image of the marauding aliens from the movie Independence Day, who come to Earth to take what they can get before moving on to another planet.
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#1 May 14, 2012
good morning dr. Bill_mr! u r editing the NYtime babee Mom enough for mama day;) dat is funny of da yr;-0000000
#2 May 14, 2012
oh, U hav yo don't liked yo high school yrbook face or 4get yo pass-word in facebook;-00
#3 May 14, 2012
bi bye Bill c u 2day news;)
#5 May 14, 2012
thx to BO's tax policy...
#8 May 30, 2012
Let this bastard go but confiscate the money he made in this country first!
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