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Sione Taione against the Tongan government, accusing it of unlawfully making payments to three nobles, was rejected by the Supreme Court on Friday 22 August.
Large investment managers and other direct bidders purchased 12.14 percent of a $29 billion two-year Treasuries note issue at an auction held on Tuesday, their lowest share in more than a year, Treasury Department data showed.
There's been a lot of talk of late that there are glimmers of hope in the American economy.
U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly sent a letter to President Obama on Monday expressing concern with the increasing trend of American companies shifting their legal address from the United States to low-tax countries in order to avoid corporate tax liability here at home.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew speaks at the 5th Annual Making Home Affordable Summit in June.
A group of Wall Street banks plan to meet the U.S. Treasury Department and other government officials next month to talk about how to cooperate to fend off cyber attacks, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
There's East Coast vs West Coast then there's U.S.A vs. Cuba. Over a year after Jay Z and Beyonce's trip to Cuba sprouted controversy, U.S. government officials have declared the trip not in violation of the U.S.-Cuba embargo.
President Obama doesn't have the authority to simply stop the companies he calls "corporate deserters" from taking up legal residency in low-tax countries.
Emergency manager Darnell Earley could leave Flint by April 2015, according to a plan state Department of Treasury officials reviewed in private meetings with City Council members Wednesday, Aug. 20. Three council members who attended the sessions said Treasury Department officials detailed a series of objectives to be completed by the time they ... (more)
A dip in the national deficit or even a balanced budget will never be possible until federal spending is brought under control.
The ability of Uncle Sam to tax money earned all over the world has come under scrutiny thanks to the recent rash, Walgreens notwithstanding , of corporate tax inversions.
INVERSIONS DON'T ALWAYS PAY OFF FOR INVESTORS. Inversions might be the hottest trend in tax world this summer, but a new Reuters analysis has found that moving HQs overseas doesn't always mean better performances in the market.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 02:13 pm
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