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Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg said the company will invest "additional billions" over the next several years because of the tax cuts. » Read More
A probe by the IRS and the Justice Department appears unrelated to two other investigations related to Jared Kushner and his family's firm.
America is learning to love the GOP tax plan, and that concerns Democrats as the November midterm elections approach.
A tiny fraction of Americans are reporting their cryptocurrency transactions to the IRS, according to a study from Credit Karma Tax.
Recent tax overhaul in the United States is likely to fuel 3M's expansion higher, according to Deutsche Bank.
U.S. President Donald Trump said he would push for a "reciprocal tax" against countries, including U.S. allies, that levy tariffs on American products.
The GOP's midterm elections outlook may be improving thanks to the rising popularity of Trump's economic policies, says Jake Novak.
It all comes down to what business leaders decide to do with extra cash from tax cuts, writes Thinx CEO Maria Molland Selby.
The new $320 billion spending deal only exacerbates the problem.
More than 200 companies are giving bonuses to at least 3 million U.S. workers.
South Korean police named Samsung Electronics Chairman Lee Kun-hee as a suspect over allegations of tax evasion, Yonhap said.
A new report from Democratic senators says companies have repurchased $97 billion in stock since Jan. 1.
This wasn't how the party of fiscal prudence intended to govern.
Senate leaders are reportedly close to a cowardly budget deal that keeps Washington's spending addiction going strong, says Jake Novak.
It's time for President Trump to speak out on the stock market madness, says Jake Novak.
President Trump's tax cuts may lead to inflationary conditions and the end of the nine-year bull market.
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