The Rubio-Lee tax-reform plan isn't just good for Main Street, it's good for Wall Street, says GOP strategist John Murray.» Read More
Michael Santoli, Yahoo! Finance, and Ben White, Politico, provide a look at how the markets are reacting to potential tapering by the Federal Reserve.
Boris Collardi, CEO of Julius Baer, explains why the group welcomes a Swiss bill that could allow its bank to hand over client names to U.S. authorities.
Discussing in what ways the IRS scandal could be good for economic growth, with CNBC Contributor Jared Bernstein and Glenn Hubbard, co-author of "Balance."
Who knew what and when about the IRS targeting scandal? CNBC Contributor Robert Costa; Jay Sekulow, American Center for Law & Justice; Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget & Policy Priorities; and Glenn Hubbard, Columbia Business School, discuss.
A new bill in Switzerland would allow Swiss banks to hand over client information to U.S. authorities, reports CNBC's Robert Frank. The law comes after a wave of prosecutions against banks in the country many Americans use to evade taxes.
In the third part of a wide-ranging interview, Rep. Paul Ryan, (R-WI), explains why he wants to change the current variable corporate tax rate so it's fair across the board and encourages companies to bring money back to the United States.
In part two of a wide-ranging interview, Rep. Paul Ryan, (R-WI), explains why he agrees with Apple's CEO Tim Cook about the need for corporate tax reform.
In a wide-ranging interview, Rep. Paul Ryan, (R-WI), shares his thoughts on political wrangling on Capitol Hill over the budget deficit and his concern "about the entitlement explosion" and "the bankruptcy of these programs."
The Swiss government is considering a proposal to disclose bank client names and pay a multibillion-dollar fine to the United States to resolve a dispute over tax-evasion cases. The New York Times reports.
The White House proposed a $28 tax hike for round trip airline tickets. Discussing the impact on the economy, with George Hobica, Airfarewatchdog.com and Carol Roth, author of "The Entrepreneur Equation."
The NYT reports more companies are going to slim down the benefits they offer employees to avoid the new health care law tax, with CNBC's John Harwood.
Christian Noyer, governor of the Bank of France, says France needs to improve its competitiveness by implementing reforms to allow more flexibility, and by targeting spending.
As a result of big taxes and big spending cuts, the "Golden State" now has too much money, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson.
Dan Gross, Newsweek & Daily Beast, and Ben White, Politico, weigh in on the Fed's fiscal policy; the nation's growin debt; and possible candidates to replace Ben Bernanke.
Texas lawmakers sent Gov. Rick Perry more than $1 billion in proposed business tax cuts shortly before the end of the biennial legislative session.
Ireland is preparing to officially reject accusations by U.S. Senators this week that it acts as a tax haven for large multinationals and launch a diplomatic offensive to repair the damage done to its reputation abroad.
Discussing what's next for IRS official Lois Lerner, and whether it's time for an IRS special counsel, with Tom Curran, Peckar & Abramson and John Eastman, Chapman University.
In a sign of Wall Street’s resurgent influence, bank lobbyists are aiding lawmakers in preparing legislation that softens regulations of the financial industry.
CNBC's Larry Kudlow discusses whether Fed Chairman Bernanke induced fear in the markets on Wednesday, and offers his take on what the American corporate tax rate should look like.
IRS director of tax exempt organizations Lois Lerner invoked her 5th Amendment rights and was dismissed from the hearing today. Gov. Tom Corbett (R-PA); Joseph diGenova, Former U.S. Attorney; and Austan Gooslbee, Chicago Booth School of Business, discuss.