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  • April 13- Wells Fargo& Co is the only large U.S. bank to become "significantly" more important to the global financial system in recent years, according to a report on Wednesday by a U.S. government research group. The Office of Financial Research, a financial stability watchdog housed within the U.S. Treasury Department, studied the systemic importance of the...

  • Jack Lew: Shut down inversions once and for all

    U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew responds to company criticism on inversions with CNBC's Sara Eisen.

  • April 13- Delphi Automotive Plc has won an appeal with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, allowing it to be treated as a British company for tax purposes after it reincorporated in the UK, the auto-parts supplier said on Wednesday. The IRS concluded on Friday that Delphi would not have to adjust its 2009 and 2010 tax returns, the company said in a filing to the U.S....

  • April 13- Delphi Automotive Plc has won an appeal with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service and can be considered a British company, the automotive supplier said in a filing with U.S. securities regulators on Wednesday. The IRS concluded last Friday that Delphi would not have to make adjustments for the 2009 and 2010 tax years, the filing said. Delphi shares rose more...

  • April 13- Delphi Automotive Plc has won an appeal with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service and can be considered a British company, the automotive supplier said in a filing with U.S. securities regulators on Wednesday. The IRS concluded last Friday that Delphi would not have to make adjustments for the 2009 and 2010 tax years, the filing said. Delphi, based in...

  • WASHINGTON, April 12- The U.S. government posted a $108 billion budget deficit in March, more than double the amount from the same period last year, the Treasury Department said on Tuesday. Accounting for calendar adjustments, March would have shown a $102 billion deficit compared with an adjusted $89 billion deficit in March 2015. The current fiscal...

  • Experts weigh in on the value of politicians criticizing businesses amid the 2016 presidential elections.

  • The case for tax inversions

    Brad Anderson, Job Creators Network member and former Best Buy CEO, discusses the new tax inversion regulations and believes they could actually be creating jobs.

  • Panama's Finance Minister Frank Georges de Lima Gercich

    A former Panamanian minister of economy and finance joined CNBC to weigh in on the release of Panama Papers.

  • White House clarifies Treasury statement

    CNBC's John Harwood reports on the White House's clarification of its earlier statement about the Treasury possibly working on more tax regulations.

  • ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE, April 7- The White House said on Thursday that the best way for the government to fight tax avoidance would be for Congress to take action after the U.S. Treasury Department issued major new rules on tax inversions on Monday. "I know that if they are working on any future actions the most impactful thing we could do is if Congress took some action...

  • ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE, April 7- The White House said on Thursday that the Treasury Department is working on taking additional steps to counter corporate tax avoidance after it issued major new rules on tax inversions on Monday. "I know that they are working on any future actions," White House spokesman Eric Schultz told reporters when asked if the Treasury would...

  • Santelli Exchange: Has the Treasury overstepped?

    CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the new tax inversion rules with former Representative (R-Texas) and former Ways & Means chairman, Bill Archer.

  • 'Must Read': Treasury's new 'rules' political dogma

    The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including an article in The Wall Street Journal about the Treasury's new tax inversion rule, and Karl Rove writing about Donald Trump's rise in the GOP.

  • A poolside view overlooking the newer side of the Panama City skyline.

    The US intends to issue a long-delayed rule forcing banks to seek identities of people behind shell-companies, after the "Panama Papers".

  • A poolside view overlooking the newer side of the Panama City skyline.

    The US intends to issue a long-delayed rule forcing banks to seek identities of people behind shell-companies, after the "Panama Papers".

  • ST. LOUIS, April 6- The U.S. Treasury Department intends to soon issue a long-delayed rule forcing banks to seek the identities of people behind shell-company account holders, after the "Panama Papers" leak provoked a global uproar over the hiding of wealth via offshore banking devices. A department spokesman said on Wednesday the rule would "soon" be turned over to...

  • Pennsylvania Avenue at dusk, Washington D.C.

    As the U.S. government looks to curb tax inversions these experts discuss the implications of new laws.

  • Kenneth Frazier, CEO of Merck.

    Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier said a flawed corporate tax system drives inversion deals that have drawn the government's ire.

  • Cramer: Thank the Treasury for accidental rally

    Jim Cramer says the bulls should be thanking the Treasury & Justice departments, as they accidentally sparked a rally in these stocks.