WASHINGTON, Dec 11- The top Republican on the U.S. Senate's tax-writing panel on Wednesday endorsed President Barack Obama's nominee to be the next chief of the Internal Revenue Service, smoothing the path for what will likely be a prompt Senate confirmation.» Read More
PLYMOUTH, Minn.-- The Mosaic Company, which produces fertilizer and animal feed ingredients, said Monday it has reached an agreement to repurchase 43.3 million shares of its stock from the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation and Anne Ray Charitable Trust.
Dec 9- U.S. fertilizer company Mosaic Co said on Monday that it would buy back 43.3 million restricted shares, or about 10 percent of its outstanding stock, from the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation and the Anne Ray Charitable Trust over the next eight months.
Dec 9- U.S. fertilizer company Mosaic Co said on Monday that it will buy back 43.3 million restricted shares from the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation and the Anne Ray Charitable Trust over the next eight months.
A mysterious diner (or diners) has been leaving giant tips at various restaurants across the U.S., garnering attention across social media platforms.
The idea of giving to those in need seems to have become buried under a pile of boxes and wrapping paper. It's social media to the rescue.
An unlikely man from Seattle donated millions to three institutions in his will, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.
WASHINGTON-- President Barack Obama announced a new initiative at the National Institutes of Health in pursuit of a cure for HIV, saying his administration is redirecting $100 million into the project to find a new generation of therapies.
It's the season of giving, and the season of charity scams. Watch out for these crowdfunding and online tricks.
Dec 1- Two months after the disastrous launch of a key component of President Barack Obama's healthcare law, administration officials on Sunday said they had achieved their goal of getting HealthCare.gov operating smoothly but warned the website will need more fixes.
"The bottom line, healthare.gov is night and day from where it was on Oct 1," said Jeff Zients on Sunday, who is in charge of fixing the web site.
Nov 30- The rollout of President Barack Obama's healthcare law entered a critical phase on Saturday, the deadline for substantially fixing the program's troubled enrollment website, as the administration scrambled to address the most obvious glitches.
Online giving is becoming an increasingly important source for charities. One reason: Soliciting small donations through crowdfunding.
CNBC's Rick Santelli shares his opinions on employers opening on holidays. "There is something to be said that there's a competitive underpinning that has served our culture well," he says.
Nov 22- Medicare, the U.S. government healthcare program for elderly and disabled people, will leave its overall reimbursement rates for kidney dialysis treatment unchanged for next year, and said it will take three to four years to implement a mandated adjustment to its base rates.
Jonathan Sim, corporate communities manager at Movember, discusses the charity which encourages men to grow mustaches during November to raise money for prostate cancer charities.
NEW YORK, Nov 21- The U.S. corporate tax rate should be lowered to encourage competitiveness with rivals around the globe, the chief executive of conglomerate Honeywell said on Thursday, days after a U.S. senator proposed sweeping changes to the tax code.
*Guinea to hold Abu Dhabi investor meeting Nov. 24-25. Guinea's President Alpha Conde will woo investors at a two-day conference in Abu Dhabi starting on Sunday, hoping to build on a legislative election in September that marked the return to democracy after a 2008 coup.
Charitable donations could dip this year. Here's how to make sure you're making the most of what you can afford to give.
The average American donates around $2,500 per year to charity, but if you don't give wisely, not much of that money will make it to those in need. Kelli Grant offers tips in order to make that donation count.
*Ryan: Dec. 13 "not considered a hard-and-fast deadline". WASHINGTON, Nov 13- U.S. budget negotiators said on Wednesday they were still far from an agreement and put off scheduling any other public meetings as talks to ease automatic spending cuts moved behind closed doors.