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EU Threatens U.K. With Tariffs as Northern Ireland Spat Escalates

Ask Me Another

00:53 sec | 3 hrs ago

EU Threatens U.K. With Tariffs as Northern Ireland Spat Escalates

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Should Business Leaders Receive Bonuses for Good Behavior?

Marketplace

01:15 min | 1 d ago

Should Business Leaders Receive Bonuses for Good Behavior?

"Of the UK's top 100 corporations now pay their chief executives are bonus for meeting environmental, social and corporate governance standards or in other words, says Martin White of the campaign group U. K Shareholders Association. For running the business in a responsible manner. I think that if you're paying somebody to run a company, you shouldn't give him a bonus for doing their job properly protecting the environment. Combating climate change, looking after your workforce promoting diversity are not ripping off. Your customers are surely just part of the modern CEOs job, he says. If you've got an executive who won't behave well, unless you get in the bonus Should you really have them? Managing our company's Annabelle Denham of the Free Market Institute of Economic Affairs, also has doubts about the ethical bonus. She thinks it looks suspiciously like a ruse. I do you think that this is just an opportunity for companies to pay this? Here's more without being lambasted by social media and the public executive pay hikes are much easier to defend when they're tied to a worthy cause. But do you think that this ethical bonuses quite a neat way for businesses to deflect criticism, criticism of executive pay that's ebbed and flowed in Britain over the past 30 years.

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Going Camping? (MM #3733)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Going Camping? (MM #3733)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, I'm no camping expert but I have been paying attention to the world of camping lately. Because I've been thinking about the future of thinking. About those days. When I do plan on retiring, however, far down the road, it is and possibly doing the RV thing and going and seeing the rest of the world or at least seeing the rest of the US. And while that fascinates me, something I read the other day kind of makes me off if that's where I want to go, or what I want to do. Reading a story about a local Campground owner. Who's Campground has been in the family for decades and he's the third generation taking over the campground and only sold out to a big Corporation because the latest industry that is, consolidating our RV parks or campgrounds. The local mom-and-pop owner of camp grounds are going away because there's big money to be made. Camping is no longer camping. It's expensive and it's amenities. Big companies are going to swoop in and buy all the campgrounds, no matter where they are and are going to make them fancy and make a more expensive. Maybe I'll Camp. Maybe I won't, but it's still many years down the road, and I guess I don't have to worry about it off.

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Going Camping? (MM #3733)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Going Camping? (MM #3733)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, I'm no camping expert but I have been paying attention to the world of camping lately. Because I've been thinking about the future of thinking. About those days. When I do plan on retiring, however, far down the road, it is and possibly doing the RV thing and going and seeing the rest of the world or at least seeing the rest of the US. And while that fascinates me, something I read the other day kind of makes me off if that's where I want to go, or what I want to do. Reading a story about a local Campground owner. Who's Campground has been in the family for decades and he's the third generation taking over the campground and only sold out to a big Corporation because the latest industry that is, consolidating our RV parks or campgrounds. The local mom-and-pop owner of camp grounds are going away because there's big money to be made. Camping is no longer camping. It's expensive and it's amenities. Big companies are going to swoop in and buy all the campgrounds, no matter where they are and are going to make them fancy and make a more expensive. Maybe I'll Camp. Maybe I won't, but it's still many years down the road, and I guess I don't have to worry about it off.

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G-7 Back Steps to Deter Tax Dodging by Multinational Firms

BBC Weekend

00:48 sec | Last week

G-7 Back Steps to Deter Tax Dodging by Multinational Firms

"Ministers from the G seven Group of Leading economies say they're confident of striking a deal in London today on taxing multinational companies. Have been discussing President Biden's proposal for a global minimum corporation tax rate of 15% to ensure that large companies pay their fair share. Faisal Islam reports agreement has been reached on the principle of a minimum Global corporation tax rates and on the scope of efforts to target the activity of around 100 of the very largest multinationals. Many of them big tech firms. Some haggling remained, though, over whether the minimum rates would be set at 15%, or at least 15%. The USA also as countries too, quickly drop their digital services taxes. Should the deal be struck? The

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G7 Finance Ministers to Meet in London

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:46 min | Last week

G7 Finance Ministers to Meet in London

"Ministers from the g seven group of nations. Meet in person here in london. Later and britain's chancellor has ambitions to forge a joint path on one of the thorniest economic issues of all time business taxation. His plans for proposed a proposal earlier this week by the us to introduce global minimum corporation tax rate of fifteen percent while to assess what nations will want from plan and whether she soon equil- convince all of the g seven ministers to agree. I'm joined by rob cox global editor reuters breaking news breaking views and he joins us on the line from our xerox. Judy ever good morning to europe. Good morning how are you very well. Thank you good to have you with us on the globalist. This is the first meeting for some time. All these ministers isn't it not lethal logistical reasons. Yon i mean it is. I think their first face-to-face meeting of jesus just g seven finance ministers since the since the pandemic began so quite significant. They'll get to look each other in the eye and try to get to some consensus on what has been one of the thorniest as you pointed out issues among rich countries for for decade. Doing know what that plan is what the idea is at the moment. Well there is. There are various plans out there. But the main idea is the one being pulled together has been pulled together for for years now by the oecd. It involves something like one hundred and thirty seven countries and the idea is to basically come up with with a minimum corporate tax rate. The administration has well yellen. Ah janet yellen the treasury sectors ford fifteen percent joe conto seems to be holding out the idea that could be higher if we don't get my way i think he put forward originally twenty one percent That seems to be in line with what you're hearing from the uk from other members of the g. seven italy

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Biden Floats 15% Minimum Corporate Tax to Pay for Infrastructure Plan

AP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | Last week

Biden Floats 15% Minimum Corporate Tax to Pay for Infrastructure Plan

"Talks I'm Tim acquire with an A P news minute. The Biden administration says the best way to pay to rebuild the infrastructure is corporate taxes. President proposing the Republicans a minimum 15% tax press secretary Jen Psaki says increased user fees are a no go if they're Republicans want to go back to raising the Corporate rate as a part of this specific negotiation. We are absolutely for that. And we think that these corporations could pay more. If there are other options. Great. We're not going to go down the road of user fees or other areas that would raise taxes on the American people. The

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Jonah Goldberg Is Wrong, Gov. DeSantis Is Right: Vaccine Passports Should Be Banned

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | Last week

Jonah Goldberg Is Wrong, Gov. DeSantis Is Right: Vaccine Passports Should Be Banned

"A private company or anyone else to be able to pry into your medical record. That's what the vaccine record is. And the demand you show it before you walk in their business. He should be banned nationwide. Of course, Jonah Goldberg was I don't know. Not interested in conserving the right to privacy. Where did he stand? By the way unmask mandates and that other stuff can someone said that to me? I wonder if he was for that. That be fascinating. I wonder what he was conserving with that, but we'll see. Maybe he wasn't Who knows? But here's the Tweety sent out. Trying to nail Rhonda Santa's to the wall. Runs like Forget it. We're not doing vaccine past. But she says, Well, it's stupid to call it a vaccine passport. I'll give you that. But a private business, particularly a cruise line should be perfectly free to require passengers to be vaccinated. Even if the cruise line is wrong. Who the Blank is the governor of Florida to say otherwise. Well, I can tell you is he's actually a conservative who's interested in conserving stuff again. Ah, big shocker to Joan here. What are you trying to conserve? So you're about conserving the right to privacy. Big our God given rights, except when the right to privacy is being infringed on by big corporations working in tandem with the government to advance principles of government wants, but likely can't do themselves But you're still a conservative right that I missed that. How what exactly? Are you conserving their Conserving the right of business is to do what to do. What To infringe on people's civil liberties in conjunction with the government that would like nothing more than to discriminate. Americans who get or don't get the vaccine, despite the fact that we're all reasonably intelligent people who can make a risk analysis on our own on getting the vaccine

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Biden's $6T Budget: Social Spending, Taxes on Business

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:08 min | Last week

Biden's $6T Budget: Social Spending, Taxes on Business

"Joe biden on friday unveiled six trillion dollar budget for next year. That's piled high with new safety net programs for the poor and middle class but his generosity depends on taxing corporations and the wealthy to keep the nation's spiking debt from spiralling out of control biden has already described in general terms major plans on infrastructure and he won a big victory on covid nineteen relief earlier this year. Friday's roll out incorporates. Those costs into the government's budget framework including social security and medicare providing a full of view of the administration's fiscal posture. The administration sees one point eight dollar deficit next year. And steadily accumulating federal debt that is topped twenty eight trillion dollars after well over five trillion dollars in already approved. Covert nineteen relief as a result. The government must borough roughly fifty cents of every dollar. It spends this year and next with the deficits growth largely unchecked biden would use proposed tax hikes on businesses and high earning people to power huge news social programs like universal prekindergarten lodge subsidies for childcare and guaranteed paid. Leave the best way to grow. Our economy is not from the top down but from the bottom up and the middle out biden said in his budget message. The budget incorporates the administration's eighteen year. Two point three trillion dollar infrastructure proposal. And it's one point. Eight trillion dollar. American families plan an adds details on his one point. Five trillion dollar request for annual operating expenditures for the pentagon and domestic agencies. Biden's a veteran of a long gone washington that fought bitterly in the eighties and nineties to wrestle the deficit under control huge deficits have yet to drive up. Interest rates as many fiscal hawks have feared however an genuine anti-deficit sentiment is difficult to find in either party

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Biden's $6T budget: Social spending, taxes on business

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden's $6T budget: Social spending, taxes on business

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president Biden lays out a six trillion dollar budget with new safety net programs for the poor and middle class and tax hikes for corporations and the wealthy president Joe Biden laid out a six trillion dollar budget for the twenty twenty two fiscal year Friday that adds new safety net programs for the poor and middle class and increases taxes on businesses and high earning people the budget incorporates the administration's eight year two point three trillion dollar infrastructure proposal and it's one point eight trillion dollar American families plan the budget also adds details on Biden's one point five trillion dollar request for annual operating expenditures for the Pentagon and domestic agencies despite the proposed tax hikes the budget would require the government to borrow roughly fifty cents of every dollar it spends this year and next Mike Rossi Washington

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SolarWinds Back in the Headlines

Techmeme Ride Home

02:05 min | 2 weeks ago

SolarWinds Back in the Headlines

"Microsoft reporting that the solar winds hackers are back and they've hacked e mail systems used by the state department's international aid agency in order to attack human rights groups and other organizations critical of russia's president vladimir putin remember. We don't know how long the solar winds hackers were in the various systems. They penetrated last year. And we don't know what sort of booby traps and heidi holes. They installed for themselves for later use. Perhaps this is that coming home to roost quoting the new york times. Hackers linked to russia's main intelligence agency surreptitiously seized an e mail system used by the state department's international agency to bro into the computer networks of human rights groups and other organizations of the sort that have been critical of president vladimir putin microsoft corporation disclosed on thursday. The newly disclosed attack was also particularly bold by breaching. The systems of a supplier used by the federal government. The hackers sent out genuine looking emails to more than three thousand accounts across more than one hundred fifty organizations that regularly received communications from the united states. Agency for international development. Those e mails went out as recently as this week and microsoft said it believes the attack are ongoing. The email was implanted with code. That would give the hackers unlimited access to the computer systems of the recipients from stealing data to infecting other computers on a network. Tom burke eighteen vice president wrote on thursday night. The original solar winds attack went undetected by the us government for nine months until it was discovered by a cybersecurity firm. In april president biden said he could have responded far more strongly to the attack but quote chose to be proportionate because he did not want to quote kick off a cycle of escalation and conflict with russia and quote the russian response nonetheless seems to have been escalation. The malicious activity was underway as recently as the past week that suggests that the sanctions and whatever additional covert actions. The white house carried out in response to the solar winds hack part of a strategy of creating seen and unseen costs for moscow has not choked off the russian government's appetite for disruption

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Biden to Push $6 Trillion U.S. Budget

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden to Push $6 Trillion U.S. Budget

"Trillion budget that would highlight his plans to modernize the nation's infrastructure and expand the government's role in providing health care. Education and other social services. The Wall Street Journal says his first budget would put the nation on a path to spend $8.2 trillion annually by the end of 2031. The fiscal year begins October 1st. Under Mr Biden's plan, debt would exceed the record level scene at the end of World War two within a few years. We want to lead the world in exports of these new technologies Instead of seeding the global market job creation did the Chinese Budget request is expected to detail the proposals. Mr Biden has already laid out in his infrastructure and family aid plans over the past few months. Those plans, which anticipate sharply higher taxes on corporations and the wealthy Well, eventually generate enough revenue to offset higher spending, according to buy the administration officials but will add to deficits in the meantime. It's 20 minutes after the hour

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Biden to GOP: 'Don't Get in the Way' of Infrastructure Plan

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden to GOP: 'Don't Get in the Way' of Infrastructure Plan

"President Biden is warning congressional critics not to play games as he pushes a key legislative priority on massive infrastructure plan at a Cleveland community college the president noted no Republicans backed his coronavirus relief bill but still touted its benefits to their constituents I'm not going to virtually one of what I have here a list and a warning if you're gonna try to take credit for what you've done don't get in the way what we still need to do that came as Shelley more capital and Republicans boosted their previous infrastructure offered now pitching the nine hundred twenty eight billion dollar package it's a serious effort to try to reach a bipartisan agreement but they want to shift virus relief dollars to help pay for it that's a nonstarter for Democrats who instead want to raise taxes on corporations and the wealthy something the GOP is dismissing Sager mag ani Washington

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Big Oil Companies Take Some Big Hits on Climate Change

Environment: NPR

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Big Oil Companies Take Some Big Hits on Climate Change

"I'm looking here to list of the biggest corporations based on their market capitalisation what the company is worth overall. Exxon ranks thirty third which is pretty big. It's a big company but it used to be number one. Exxon is worth a fraction of. What some big tech companies are these days in fact. Exxon is worth a lot less than exxon used to be worth. It faces big uncertainties because of climate change and that is the context for a meaningful shareholder. Move a tiny hedge fund managed to place two new directors on exxon's board and maybe more in an attempt to shift exxon's business strategy toward renewable energy. it's one of many oil companies under pressure. So we're gonna discuss this with. Npr's camilla dominance. Good morning. Good morning what happened to exxon well. A brand new hedge fund started last year with the express purpose of putting new members on exxon's board over the intense opposition of exxon's current leadership. This hedge fund argued that one exxon had made bad investments. That's part of the reason why they are not the corporate titan that they used to be like you mentioned they also said fundamentally. The exxon doesn't have a good plan for preparing for a world that tackling climate change and. I'll emphasize here. These are investors making an a financial argument other investors right. They're not saying exxon needs to stop burning oil because it's bad for the planet. This argument is look. The world might stop buying oil because of concerns over climate change so exxon better have something else to sell them. It'd be bad business not to prepare for that. And this tiny fund persuaded enough other shareholders to join them that they actually one at least two of these seats in in this election.

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Court Orders Shell to Slash CO2 Emissions in Landmark Climate Ruling

PBS NewsHour

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Court Orders Shell to Slash CO2 Emissions in Landmark Climate Ruling

"Court in the Netherlands has issued a landmark climate ruling. It ordered the oil and gas company Royal Dutch Shell to cut carbon emissions by Annette 45% by 2030. Court found that shells current emissions plans are not enough. Climate change Activist shared the outcome outside the court in The Hague. They said it will have a ripple effect worldwide. We're very, very happy that way. No, I have this groundbreaking ruling where the court is crystal clear and the fact that corporations should should indeed contribute to solving the climate crisis based on human

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Shell Ordered by Dutch Court to Cut Carbon Emissions

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:15 sec | 2 weeks ago

Shell Ordered by Dutch Court to Cut Carbon Emissions

"Turkey in a historic ruling judges and the Netherlands have ordered Royal Dutch Shell to cut its carbon emissions by 45% in the next 10 years. This is the first time a court of law has held a multinational corporation legally responsible for its role in the

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U.S. Treasury Offers 15% Minimum Corporate Tax in Global Talks

The KFBK Morning News

00:18 sec | 3 weeks ago

U.S. Treasury Offers 15% Minimum Corporate Tax in Global Talks

"Shane. This morning, the United States is proposing global minimum corporate tax of at least 15%, The U. S Treasury Department says every corporation around the world Today at least 15% tax on their earnings. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says a global corporate tax would discourage US companies from

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Princes William and Harry Slam the BBC Over Diana Interview

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:17 min | 3 weeks ago

Princes William and Harry Slam the BBC Over Diana Interview

"Prince william and his brother prince harry on thursday issued strongly worded statements criticizing the bbc and the british media for unethical practices after an investigation concluded. That one of the broadcasters journalists used deceitful behavior to secure princess diana's most explosive tv interview in one thousand nine hundred ninety five the circumstances surrounding the interview for more than twenty years ago came under scrutiny. After diana's brother charles. Spencer made renewed complaints journalist. Martin bashir used full documents and other dishonest tactics to persuade diana to agree to the interview on thursday. A report from the inquiry said basha acted in a deceitful way and breached bbc rules by mocking up fake bank statements and showing them to charles spencer to gain access to the princess. The report also criticised the bbc covering up what it knew about bashes actions and said the corporations own probe into the matter fell short of its usual standards of integrity and transparency in his statement that he your old prince william said the bbc's failures contributed to the deterioration of his parents

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"american corporation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"american corporation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg Wall Street week with David Westin from Bloomberg radio president trump calls it the biggest reason I ran for president that phase one trade deal he signed at the White House this week but our Wall Street week contributor Larry summers says it may be big for some US companies but it isn't big for US workers or for the country overall I don't think it does much it puts some American corporations first especially ones who've outsourced to China it gets the more ability to invest in China it gets them better protection of their intellectual property in China get some relaxation on restrictions that the joint venture in China so for a certain number of American corporations it's terrific I'm not sure how American workers gain it all from American corporations being better able to outsource to China so it seems an odd priority for this president who give me moaning outsourcing the issues that affect American workers issues like Chinese subsidies aren't addressed at all the issues he's talked about of enforcing trade agreements they're not talked about at all so this is AA put America corporations first agreement yes there's a managed trade provisions about increased exports but the only affect those will have is to re arrange the patterns of trade with American soybeans going to China and Brazilian soybeans going other places rather than the current trade paths but I see nothing in this that will importantly strength in the American economy now we continue our round table with a sunny bash loss rock creek group CEO and Sam Palmisano former CEO of IBM and we also welcome our special guest Michael Frohman former United States trade representative Mike well what do you make of Larry's comments well I think to the degree that it does increase US exports to China manufactured products agriculture etcetera that is good for American workers farmers and ranchers but Larry is right to underscore how important the remaining issues are the structural issues of reforming the state owned enterprise sector in China or dealing with a subsidies in China that really distort the global economy and have an adverse effect on on on U. S. companies so phase two is going to be very very important here I would just comment that I mean I think that's all correct accepted the fact that there's some stability in the relationship is a positive and by that I mean back to investment in the United States if you look at capital investment seventeen and eighteen it was up save seventy percent it was flat in nineteen maybe that there's some stability now companies will says the understand the landscape and I agree with there's a lot more to be done in the detail we all understand that but maybe that will go back to invest in again maybe it's low single digits but some level investment which is also good for the American worker I was curious to to ask you Michael do you think that in the execution of these new trade agreement of the Chinese will in fact abide by the kind of deadlines that are put in or in your experience their execution has in the past kind of in a little different implementations always is always difficult with that and I think that some ministrations very focused on on seeing whether they do implement this or on schedule or not for example they have thirty days to come up with a intellectual property rights plan will all be in eager to see what's what's in there but they also allow themselves some back doors in the agreement when they talk about increasing US exports by two hundred billion dollars the Chinese put in their language that says assuming that market forces allow that suggesting that there may be some obstacles to actually implementing that you know to me I I would judge the agreement about whether it is Vance's the kind of economic reforms we want to see in China or not because ultimately the big question is how do we accommodate an economy as important as large as China that follows quite a different set of rules into the global economy and that requires us to have more convergence around a common set of rules Michael the president trump accomplish one thing about what happens as you got their attention in a way that they've not gotten the Chinese attention trade before did he have to hit them over the head with a two will force is being well certainly the the threat of of terrorists in the imposition of terror certainly didn't get their attention and yeah I think it as Sam said it's good that we've called a truce and we have seen some de escalation of the trade war their store terrace on three hundred and fifty billion dollars of exports to the United States so over half our trade is still subject to terrace and the new enforcement mechanism opens up the door to greater unilateral action that we've seen before before if there was a trade dispute you had to take it to some arbitration panel get a positive decision and then you could impose tariffs the trump administration's innovation here is that there's a period of consultation but then ultimately the U. S. and China can decide on their own to impose terrace or take other actions against the other without have me to go through any other process and we're hoping that both sides are approaching that with good will and the best intentions thanks to former US trade representative Michael Froman of sunny best listen Sam Palmisano stay with us coming up Erica car cornerstone capital founder.

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"american corporation" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"And when I tell you what the Wall Street Journal in New York Times of both found out about with Boeing, the malfeasance is just shocking from such a respected American Corporation. Roaches Clark rages moment. So Wall Street Journal reports that Boeing knew about a safety alert problem on the max for a full year before they told the FAA a full year. And then it was only after the second crash four and a half months after the first one that Boeing then fessed up to airlines that flew the max that there was a problem with the safety system software air in the aircraft. This is unacceptable, and it is stunning Neo. Boeing is such a politically powerful corporation, and there's an element of crony capitalism involved in this where the regulators allowed Boeing. To self certify plane is being safe. This is why safety authorities and other countries no longer trust the FAA in the United States to say that when the software update is supposedly done and tested that. In fact, the plane will be safe to be back in the air is very very distressing. Boeing is a huge contributor to overall economic activity in the United States. But there's something rotten at the core of Boeing that they not only put unsafe aircraft in the Air, New the planes were unsafe and kept that secret, including from the regulators. No, it's my belief. There should be a specially impaneled grand jury to see if any. Officials at Boeing should be charged. Maybe with manslaughter for the loss of lives in this case. But the real question comes how do you rebuild public confidence? When a company has flouted, safety and such an extreme way. And after the initial crash made a lot of noises blaming the airline and saying that maybe the pilots weren't trained. Well, rather than owning up to the fundamental flaws in the aircraft? So. I fly virtually every week. And I know that I'm safer in the air than I am driving to or from an airport. But this is sloppy this is careless and it costs people's lives. And so in order to restore faith in the company and its product there needs to be a full independent investigation of Boeing because otherwise let me tell you. The airlines that fly in the United States South west American United right now, you think when this plane goes back up in the air if it still foggy as to whether or not the plane is safe. Do you think people are going to want to get on that plane, then any way I mean, it's in Boeing's best interests that there'd be an independent investigation to make sure the plane really is safe to fly. Did you know that almost two thousand veterans catastrophically injured in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are still in need of adapted homes for veterans with amputations spinal cord.

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"american corporation" Discussed on FT Alphachat

FT Alphachat

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on FT Alphachat

"Will I imagine his net worth was pretty substantial especially with his publisher. He would run a pretty substantial trade surplus. That's that's the way these things these things out jump in. And explain Paul Samuelson is the the the author of the definitional economics textbook of the twentieth century. So the other thing, of course, is whether you you know, you have a trade imbalance whiz. You'll Babo whether you have a trade imbalance say with a bang. That's financing you in the purchase of your family hope. Right, which again is just a classic way in which debt is not necessarily some kind of huge. Stickle to progress. It's an essential element in a long run strategy of spreading your income every of time investing in capital goods you caught foldable at once. So those are the sorts of things that you have to evaluate before jumping to alarmist conclusions about any of these kind. Now, very simple one is the one that you pointed earlier, Brandon, I mean, these a large part of this trait devs, I think apple on American corporations who have went to China to make things in China to sell to Americans and not show as opposite trade deficit. Well, they're still remitting the prophets back to the Alex. They All all. right. That's a cre- element. I mean Brad sets of the council of formulations has done great work on this. There are elements of the American balance of payments, which is when you put the trade in the all the other flows on the current account and relate those to the underlying capital flows that I'll expect people in those terms. In other words in American corporate makes stuff in China to sell to the United States and never does the prophet. It shows up on the Culp rations balance-sheet. So it's actually there. And in fact, is increasing the asset values of American shelled to it shows up there. But it never shows up is a flow into the US economy on the another one is so you mentioned earlier Chinese students come into western universities. Well, let's shows up as a services export. Yes. And bounce of national council. Yeah. So how'd you net? Not wanna well. You do. I mean, what you do is you met that out on the current account because the Coen accounting clues manufacturing Jade on the one hand and flows of service revenue and also income on previous investments, and if you look at that kind of balance then. China is even more rapidly moving to kinda count deficit because it has a large trade deficit in services because this is students abroad, which we can then book on the all the different things. Big black kind of, you know, an item that we loved clear about cool tourism, which we think includes a lot of capital flight actually same is true for Germany has a big manufacturing trade surplus, but the same is not true on the service side. And so when you add those two things up you end up with a mobile picture. Let's go back. You do a great job in the book a majesty real job in the book of explaining what's been happening for the last twenty years through international capital flows. That is not something that a lot of us think about even those of us who had econ wanna one and econ to one or two in college really still think of these very simple models of close to commies. And I think politics is built around the assumption of closed Konami you start with that closed comic. Then there might be some trade, then there might be some foreign direct investment from abroad. But really you're just talking about this very simple model. That's not what was happening at all. All over the last twenty years. So right, the history of capital flows over the course of the last twenty years because for somebody who hasn't read your book. That's it's incredibly important understand that framework. Yeah. I mean, the the the I think the two things operating festival we start with a nation, and we do think in those terms, and then the next move that we make is out from that to try trade. It's quite intuitive. In other words, America doesn't gripe in on as impulse them from somewhere else, obviously. And then this great 'cause the Germans Maxine by some of those two, and then the Chinese unit so that kind of model trade is very intuitive. And that then creates stories of complementarity imbalance that we've been talking about. What all of that obscures, economists cool the gross flows on the capital account..

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"american corporation" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Before we get off of China. I wanted to just talk briefly about this situation with the wall way CFO who was arrested detained in Canada. And she still detained there. I think she's out on bail or something, but the US is trying to extradite her to the United States it. I don't wanna get into too much details of it. But I mean, what they're accusing her of is more or less laundering money to like, Iran. And I forget where else, but like, you know, Iran, obviously has international sanctions against it. And the the charges from United States are pretty serious. Yeah. So I mean, the the limitation is always not supposed to be selling these these advanced stuff to Iran, and the reason why the US has leverage over that involves a lot of US components. So you're those components are not supposed to be sold on into Iran because of the sanctions and the. The accusation is that she they set up basically a shell company to do that. And then she told the banks that no were not associated with that shell company any longer or something along those lines. And then they still were so the I think the exhibition is is wire fraud where basically lying to the banks and forcing the banks to to to break sanctions unwittingly. And so that's the obviously there could be more charges for that sort of the the none of it. And so yeah, so sorry that that was the sort of thirty second overview of of the. But it's you know, it's un-. Unseemly. I mean, even if the charges are accurate, it is it politically difficult because while way is is like tied at like everything in China tied to the state to some degree. It would not only that. But she's the daughter of the founder, right? And so my thought on that was boy, I sure wouldn't want to be the next senior executive from apple to go to China. Because I don't think that that's likely that they would Trump up charges against somebody from apple or some other American major American Corporation and detain them..

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"american corporation" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

14:19 min | 2 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"If I were if I were an American Corporation, especially a drug company that would shake me up because it just means there's another Girardi in the legal type. Royal Lindy ear your take on legal high profile stories is just unique because you've been a witness to history of the last forty years, I'm interested in in your thought about what's happened to journalism. I mean, we've seen the rise of investigative journalism with Woodward and Bernstein, and then we've kinda gone to Gotcha journalism with the obsession over the rich, and the famous now TMZ seems to scoop everybody is the quality of reporting you think on an up curve, or is it kind of pandering to the lowest common denominator we on down curve. Well, that's a very general question. It depends on the organization that you're involved with it depends on the reporters, I think that we are in a different universe than we were at the time of the OJ trial. For instance, there was no twenty four hour cable news presence at that time. We had co. Court TV, and we had CNN and that was about it. And even so we were accused at that time of having a media circus things are quite different now and the the hunger for twenty four hour. News is is feeding. Use of stories that might not have made it in another era. The the shows want want crime stories, they want the the drama the courtroom drama. That has always been a big factor in coverage. I've always said that the the great trial is much better than anything. You would ever see on the big screen because it involves real people real life. You know, real consequences. That's the main thing, and that's why I got into it because I started out to be an entertainment reporter in many many years ago, and when I finally wound up in a courtroom and saw what was really going on. I thought nothing on the screen could ever matchless. It's it's very compelling. It's very emotionally involving and so as far as covering the courts, I think we are still doing it. But but not the same way. The financial burdens on the news industry. Right now are legendary everybody knows about them and not many organizations can afford to devote a reporter to a trial full-time, which is what I do. I'm very fortunate because that is my specialty and the AP has decided that's what I do. If you're not in the courtroom for a whole trial. It's very difficult to give all of the ins and outs all of the nuances. But when there's a really big case going on the press's there and hopefully. I and others like myself who've been around for a while, I spent spreading the gospel that you have to just tell what you see not give your opinions and let the audience feel like they have been there with you. In the case of cameras in the court. Sometimes they were able to be there, but that has diminished a great deal to and so we're almost back to the beginning of when I started as a a pen and paper reporter just coming out and writing a story or dictating a story that tells you what happened. You know, what it was like to be there and gives you enough of an indication of the evidence that by the end of the trial. If you followed it every day, you would know what was going to happen. I guess the follow up to that is. It's a little scary. When you think about what happens in England, sometimes they just freeze the press and the public out if if the case is just considered too hot here. We see fewer cases being televised. Maybe because of the OJ hangover we see records being sealed. Ultimately, do you see any kind of danger that with private judging and other trends that it's going to be really difficult to get the truth out to people about what's going on inside courtrooms? Absolutely. I fight that every day. I mean when I go into a courtroom. I wanna know if everything's going to be open. If there's going to be any effort to seal anything that I have to get a lawyer to fight it. It's it's a battle. I spoke at a conference this past weekend to editors and publishers up in Monterey. And I was basically telling them that you know, when you send a reporter to a courtroom to cover a case, you'd better be prepared to call a lawyer if necessary because there's an awful lot of effort to keep us out. And to keep information from us during the Michael Jackson trial, the judge sealed. So many documents the Prescott together and a committee to fight we spent over one hundred thousand dollars on legal fees fighting for the documents. And basically, we never got them. You know what though? I think a lot of things should be private. We have a molestation case of a little girl by a teacher school. And now that's going to be settled school district. Understands that they're in serious trouble on the case. Publicity, that case is massive massively harmful to this little fifteen year old girl. I think I think there are times when the press has no business in the law seldomly. But I think there are those times. I don't well. I understand that. But here's this little girl. Okay. Let's just let's just take mercy. Well, we don't use the names of any. Everybody finds out about give me a break. All the sudden, you know, everybody can figure it out in about fourteen seconds through the players. I don't think everybody can I think pleasure talking about something in a very small town. No, I'm talking about Los Angeles. I'm talking about Santa Monica. I'm talking about Pasadena. The fact of the matter is that there are certain things that I think the court should protect the privacy. And and it should be out of balance. Now, then I also think that there's a whole area that have been protected. They shouldn't be protected a lot of times in these product cases, you will go win the case, you'll settle the case. And the automotive manufacturer will say fine, we'll pay this money. But it's confidential. And then loan behold. Other people get hurt by the same thing. We settle the Toyota case of acceleration two and a half years ago. How about that? It was confidential quote. So we couldn't name the settlement people and all that stuff. And as a lawyer you say to yourself. Wow. I wonder if this were public thin that other people wouldn't have gotten hurt. So I'm in your corner. Most of the time, but there are times when I definitely not in your corner. I think that certain times a victim can be harmed more than the tragedy itself by the by the press. Well, sometimes the position of the victim is different. We're now in the Roman Polanski matter in which the victim has come forward has named herself. She's her name's been known for a long time. She's a grownup middle aged woman with children, and she wants the case to be over. And she is filed papers over and over again for right now, should we ignore what she has to say. Should we feel that she should be protected, and we shouldn't come on come on? Gosh darn it you find one kid one case where the mid one. Okay. So what here whatever don't do this? I'm talking about them. Majority of those cases, where the intrusion is massively upsetting, you know, what I mean and a bunch of stuff that's not our business. How about this? A a product defect case of hurts somebody that's our business. Because man, I better worry about that. I agree with you on that. But you know, from from what you're saying I've been covering a number these priests molestation cases, and these are the most painful and horrible cases to cover and if we didn't cover them. And if we said, well, this is terrible. And we should know about it. And nobody should know about it. Because someone might find out who this is that would be a disservice to the public and therein lies the tension between the public's right to know and a person's need for privacy. You are listening to champions of Justice with Tom Girardi and Royal Oakes. Our guest today, Linda Deutsch Associated Press special correspondent years ago. I worked in news in San Francisco on the radio and was there for several breaking stories when they happened when they came across the wire as a matter of fact, one was the Jonestown story the other. Was the Dan white story. And as a reporter you have a mix of emotions. Is incredulous. You are absolutely excited and galvanized. You feel the weight on your shoulder of reporting this story correctly. For you. The first big story that you covered was Robert F Kennedy being assassinated, what was that like for you? It was horrible. It was unexpected. I I was in the bureau that night. I was very young. I was just starting. I was cub and the bureau, and my shift started at midnight, hence, the midnight shift and he was killed at twelve. Oh five and it was very emotional. It was you know, everybody who came in who had been on the road with him our reporters have been traveling with them. They were all coming in and tears. I mean, he was very much beloved. But the priority for everybody was to get the facts find out who this guy was a had shot him. Find out where everyone was at that moment. Get all the details. I mean, our report about Thomas was incredible. He was practically on top of Kennedy when it happened if he'd been in it closer, he would have been shot, and he had the presence of mind to get to a phone and call in. And that's the main thing you put everything else aside, and you just. Go with the story. I was a kid lawyer. I was there that night. You know? I mean, I I would that be ambassador, and I remember them yelling out one of the reporters. Let's not have another Oswald. They were running around. And to me is I think of my life of various moments of my life that have been. I'll never forget. That was definitely one of them without a doubt. That was extraordinary and then to see. You know that family what had happened over the years? Oh, it does. It's an all of the stories that I've done in the past seemed to be coming back. It's like everything old is new again. I mean, I've been writing things on a wrote a story last summer on the fortieth anniversary of the Manson killings. And I was up at the prison for the last parole. Hearing of Suzanne seconds before she died, I've been doing Polanski, which is one of my old cases. Michael jackson. Of course, it's comeback with the events after his death. It seems like the major cases that I've done in the past will never go away. They're part of my DNA almost but but they keep repeating not only those but similar ones, right? How they sentenced that young young person to five years in jail. The son of a major Hollywood person yesterday. You know? I mean, it's interesting. Yeah. Yeah. And I don't know of the fame goes with the problems or we just know about their problems. You don't know about the other problems? But as it is. Yeah, it was very sad. That was Cameron Douglas. Yeah. Right. Yeah. And then he had spoken openly about antidrugs and so forth. His father had. Yes there. They've had issues and so forth and. But it's it rip your heart out in the one thing is to be involved in something like that. And then the next thing the thing, that's even worse is see it all over the press. Right. Right. But you know, I think that the public is interested in these things because they think that it could happen to them. And it is instructive particularly a case like that for parents that have young young kids, and you know, how could someone who is the air to such a wonderful Hollywood name and fortune. How could he get involved in this on the public? When you're reporting on a case. What is your thought of me? I am. I am thinking that. I am your eyes and ears in the courtroom. I am there to give you every detail to try to have is in the back of my head. So I can see what's going on in the courtroom as well as what's going on the witness stand, and and in the front of the well decor. I'm there as an observer. I'm there as a chronicler of history because I am convinced that most of the trials I do which are very big trials are mirrors of what's going on in society at the time..

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"american corporation" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Example this week contained more than one hundred forty politicians from fifty different countries entered date tax authorities using the information provided in the fleet have collected a half a billion dollars in tax and taxes that were evaded aidid well not not just that but it's also follicle at the the minds of some people's political careers as well all right it it it ended up a leading to the demise of the prime minister of iceland the president of pakistan uh the minister of industry from spain and i'm lots of other people as well as the capture of a drug traffickers and money launderers and other criminals okay now uh so it and let's let's be where we go into the next part of it which is what what i really wanna talk about is how this relates to the yard industry uh these these companies are not just individuals there there are also part of bigger companies i mean these offshore accounts serve a wide variety of customers right i mean the the secret he world the name of my book i didn't come up with this this title on this is a phrase that is used in the industry and it encompasses everything from the more than twenty one different tax havens that we found in the in the data to the lawyers and the accounting and the bankers great these companies to cross and foundations which are also often used in conjunction with these companies i mean this is a whole system right and it is a system that is used by corporations by american corporation to avoid uh more than seventy billion a year intact this um it's used by wealthy individuals uh and it's used by uh you know by or criminals okay now no jake again let me get a plug.

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"american corporation" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The more popular re becomes the more support he ends up having and the greater success he enjoys in implementing his agenda no the of the look of the first obamacare repeal and replace there was nothing conservative out that all that was it first was an effort to get something done so that we could say that we did something and we're going to call it repeal and replace obamacare but it didn't do either it's a good thing it went down in flames because it did not repeal and replace obamacare and fact replace should never even be part of that conversation anyway repeal period now you move forward to the trump taxcut now that is something and that's legitimate and that israel and the benefits of that tax cuts are still being experienced and they have yet to really kick in we've had company after company after company announced hiring announced bonuses we have foreign what world governor that american corporations with a lot of money parked overseas they've announcer going to repatriate it but one time ten percent tax i mean we've this economy is on the verge of booming like we talked about right before my last couple of days here this economy is poised to just take off and it makes it even stranger to look at how the democrats are setting up two thousand eighteen they think they've already one two thousand eighteen they they gets over they think they have succeeded in dredging up all this trump hatred uh trump incompetence trump this trump that and they believe that everybody hates trump white they hate trump and they think it's widespread they are ignoring the real things happening on the ground in terms of the economy that a fec real people we all remember cbs news way they went out actually got visas to go into some midwestern states were cbs normally doesn't go they wanted to find average ordinary american families and apply.

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"american corporation" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The rich to the republican guard cronies and the inc's in yeah they they got their caught in corporate tax rate in order to repatriate money from overseas it so bad now the china ireland and other countries have begun into war going to dangle deals in front of these american corporation bodily apples already promised through the returning jobs and the alleged you see where southwest of american airlines forgiving giving bonuses to their employees now as a result of the tax bill says a lot of good to be had so far and a lot more to come hey 44 traffic and weather first now the update here's the king of all traffic chuck whitaker thanks sean key bridge back to normal whatever that situation was it looked like an escort of a very large vehicle across the air luke towards the of county that is now cleared so the backup is gone the operative west side they're still accident activity in the left hand lane actually in the median on the outer loop at route forty west i suspect there's something on the outer loop just south the seven ninety five between there and liberty road because were still backed up in the pikes fill seventy five southbound the still backed up and it liberty road there's really not a lot of traffic that would also indicate possibly another accident that was occurring in that back up from the earlier problems asia moving down the west side so we still have delays from registers town road moving south parkfield side of the beltway a little bit slow yet there's you're coming up the hill from hartford road over the providence road the inner has a slow pocket from green spring avenue over to the jfx keep in mind we've had a wreck coming out of frederick kelley on eastbound i 70 just west of route seventy five i'm sure quicker we're traffic and weather first i'll talk radio six eighty wcbm be wcbm weather.

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"american corporation" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I notice fit many american corporations are announcing that they will pass along a portion of the savings they are receiving under the republican tax cut to their workers by issuing large one time bonuses or raising pay associated bank in particular is raising its minimum wage from ten to fifteen dollars per hour as a compassionate employer as you never cease telling people how much of your tax cut windfall well hugh pass along take your employees choose love bell see that's their slowed other website over the it's as choose love shows la belle we'll pansies raise ed smith imam wage to fifteen dollars per hour will you wish you bonuses to your employees with president trump signs the bill into law which is accepted or do only evil republican corp's share the wealth with their employees tanda put up or shut up bill president trump is helping pansies become more prosperous than ever we'll your employees sharon the huge windfall president trump is providing to you mark belly that email the bill pansy who's posted on bella guy cobb come on well you got a big tax cut over there pens you're going to show with your workers your mr admitted for the little guy your admit we're a wonderful place the work i'm a compassionate a guy i've got evil adnoc brady all these big shot corporations sharing their cats dealt with their employees what about you bill social justice fifteen dollars minimum wage right societa banks could go to fifty dollars to the minimum wage to their employees what about pansies pens is going to have a fifteen dollar minimum wage hey bill you've got the money now you got your tax cut or are you gonna take this tax cut the you're getting for president trump that you bash and packet at all a key put all yourself bellow.

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"american corporation" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on KGO 810

"Spent a lot of time over there and uh this american corporations our apple gosh the eu their head exploded because up among them are at head exploded here in america because while the was upset too because apple set up shop in ireland for basically taxfree and as we're learning they're very above board with their broken old iphone so you have to buy a new one they're getting me very upset apple we'll talk about them more later but they weren't paying up playing fairly with the rest of the of course it take their jobs from america set him up there and you won't corporations to come back to america you want them to have jobs here in this country of course hutu of course you do but this notion that they're gonna come back when you cut their corporate rate to twenty one percent from 35 yes i believe they will but if you think for one minute there are passing their profits on to you you're out of your mind i'm a comedian i haven't had a raise them was twenty years the clubs have not given a raised any comics in twenty years the only way you get a raises to be famous so that you're a draw that's it if you're working stiff forget it companies i i know i haven't had raises in years it's been status quo so these companies yes they will come back and they will bring more jobs but those will be the same people who don't get rewarded will they get health insurance through these companies if the companies are forced to if they happen to be altruistic to some level so you're just going to.

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"american corporation" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Is now like twenty we stayed up here on defective unstated and they've come down here they're also should be co antibase rozier but think of this very simple people taken intellectual property it's worth a billion dollars for pharmaceuticals to the move that tunisia lindh and they charge it back to the us base bases is moving profits and the paintroller have percent there this too so these people are the tesco they're going after the things that are bad call are there court disincentives american corporation pay taxes and i'm pretty happy paint taxes myself uh you know but but in the state many tax i know we're going to hurt illinois a little bit but you know general how can you get the benefit the state media texas fifty per eighty percent of its peak making over eight fifty five thousand dollars a year five states all of them highly profligate the most benefit until annoy california new york connecticut new jersey why should arkansas and wisconsin be funding you which is basically what it is and so we all my views let's do the right thing jimmy done on something of a mission that he was feeling very passionate about this subject matter and we need to listen to him because he's the eddie guy he's the only banker out there and bucket to he's the asked the guy that runs runs the one of the most influential the'most influential bank our planet definitely well what's raided the most systemically important bank on the planet and he also also is a very outspoken gentleman who's very makes some very interesting points a lot of times i mean he think about the fact that if you think of arkansas as funding new york that's that's gotta be a real problem yeah probably more for the politicians in all consoled in new york but we'll wait and see how that works his way through tax and he could be a big story of the thanksgiving holiday up next we're going to continue our market coverage happy thanksgiving this is bloomberg hello anyone there eight united have had in your way thank goodness lost in the giant medicare means it's so complicated no worries.

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"american corporation" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on KQED Radio

"American corporations and individuals and those papers are known as the paradise papers paul manafort did have ties to a russian oligarchy who had money in these offshore accounts so tell us a little bit about that kind of relationship so paul manafort absolutely useless system uh he had back account in cyprus and uh and offshore accounts that he was using to sort of funnel money and according to the muller indictment this was us the money laundering alleged money laundering and he was in business with a number of russian oligarchs russian and ukrainian oligarchs who were absolutely you know practiced hands at the using the secrecy world uh to to move money around and to hide their their activities and one of them was a guy named oliveira posco who is a uh a mining magnet in russia a billionaire who very close to putin who had business dealings with manafort and who shows up in both the panama papers and the paradise papers in the van while papers he's got the companies that are doing mining deals in africa and in the paradise papers he's using a appleby global of the law firm to to avoid taxes on profits so these guys probably use lots of different intermediaries to do their business they don't just work with one because their businesses are so far flung and they have so many companies and are doing so many different things said they dare pasqua have financial relationships with anybody else in the trump administration well that's a good question i mean i think were still finding that stuff out um you know the the connections between the trump administration minis it is the wealthiest cabinet in.

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"american corporation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A deal but smallscale mexican farmers say us food corporations are reaping all the rewards is round five of the nafta negotiations next time on the take away weekday afternoons at three on 939 fm this is ray sharon if you're just joining us my guess is jake bernstein author of the new book secrecy world inside the panama papers investigation of illicit money networks and the global elite and burnt coal reporter for the international kgb shore sham of investigative journalists and this is the group that was leaked the panama papers and these were papers from a law firm based in panama their created a lot of shell companies and secret accounts that housed money in secret and this is money from companies and leaders from around the world a new league of papers from a different law from that create a lot of shell companies alah from that was based in bermuda a revealed a lot of secret offshore accounts from american corporations and individuals and those papers are known as the paradise papers paul manafort did have ties to a russian oligarchy who had money in these offshore accounts so tell us a little bit about that kind of relationship so paul manafort absolute use this system now he had bagged and cypress and and offshore accounts that he was using to sort of funnel money and the muller indictment um this was us the money laundering alleged monday water bagged and he was in business with a number of russian oligarchs russian and ukrainian oligarchs who were absolutely you know practiced hands after the using the secrecy world uh to to move money around and to hide their there our activities and one of them was guida oliveira posco who is a uh a mining magnet in russia a billionaire who very close to putin um who had business dealings with manafort and who shows up in both the panama papers and the paradise papers in the panama papers he's got the companies that are doing mining meals in africa and in the paradise papers he's using a appleby global of the law firm to avoid taxes on a private jets so these guys probably use lots of.

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"american corporation" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Tired of his corporate benefits go to foreign owners of american corporations meanwhile trump's luxurious new tax structure eliminates many benefits for middle class families such as tax deductions for medical expenses college tuition and interest paid on student loans he won't modest income families to pay more so he can eliminate current taxes on his own uber rich family including killing the alternative income tax paid by the rich and the estate tax which applies only to the immense fortunes of a handful of america's riches families this is jim hightower saying did i mentioned that they gilded tax structure proposed by this selfdescribed business genius would hang and additional one point five trillion dollar debt around our children's neck's no surprise for trump's grandiose luxury projects were often built with other people's money inventing himself before we slipped away leaving others to grapple with a bang for us if you'd like more of jim high towers real populism check out the hightower lowdown jim's monthly newsletter gives you the real low down on which corporations by name are doing what to the middle class our environment and our democracy each month the hightower ludum brings you factually didn't know along with actions you can take the fight back it also comes with a sense of humor hightower believes we can fight the gods and still have fun plus get this it's cheap only fifteen dollars brings you twelve issues a year for real populism go to hightower low downorg you're listening to the rules aim lose on bird reservoirs irs the cools them ler doug all right we are back as i mentioned before the break derek rowe has been on with us before he's the blue america endorsed progressive democrat running for congress from texas 21st district the see currently held by lamar smith who announced last week that he is not seeking reelection so we thought it was a good idea a good time to invite derek rowe back to the show to talk about his campaign.

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"american corporation" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"About keeping wages down to keep prices down is a smokescreen business owners want to keep wages down to keep profits up and when wages go down profits do indeed go up american wages have been falling steadily since reagan first reintroduce conservative economics in 1980 the american corporations are generally more profitable than they've been in decades in part this is not only because wages are going down within the united states but also because you as level wages are being replaced by india and china level wages through offshoring and outsourcing but offshoring isn't a problem for american workers the con shout it's the increase in productivity american businesses need fewer workers because of automation this is a tragic line that's been bought hook lie in sinker by most american politicians and even some economy lucas who charles this is the thom hartmann program by friends patriots lovers of democracy truth and justice believers in peace freedom and the american way to arben here with you add just a quick announcement here uh at the end of the show today uh troy and chris and eight nine louise are going to be uh uh a packet up some stuff were were creating a by coastal presence we're gonna we're gonna we're building a a studio in portland oregon right now back will be doing that over this weekend and uh and will also be coming back to d c to do our show from here and uh so tomorrow and friday thursday and friday rick hunger is going to fill in for me from stephanie miller studio in los angeles and uh next week probably monday and tuesday.

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"american corporation" Discussed on The Resistance Report with Robert Reich

The Resistance Report with Robert Reich

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on The Resistance Report with Robert Reich

"Resent this is the tax rate corporate tax rate typically twenty seven point nine percent now the average tax rate among advanced nations all events nations is twenty seven point seven sms so don't tell me that american corporations that are paying an effective tax rate of twenty seven point nine percent are at a huge competitive disadvantage because they're not paying twenty seven point seven percent in fact profits corporate profits in the united states are at alltime highs corporations our flush with cash once again trump and the other republicans are dealing with a nonproblem corporate taxes that's not a problem taxes on the wealthy that's not a problem they're dealing with his nonproblem while they're ignoring the biggest problems let me just be clear about this the only way to build good jobs and better wages in america is to invest in the american workforce in education including early childhood education in job training in the infrastructure that links americans together that improve the productivity of americans you invest in people corporate and wall street republicans get it totally wrong but you know something so do the freedom caucus deficit scolds because investing in the future productivity of americans is entirely different than spending money on today's needs no sane person would fail to make an investment the generated big returns because they couldn't borrow money to pay for it if they could borrow but that's what the deficit scolds or arguing they don't distinguish between spending on today and investing in the future.

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"american corporation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"american corporation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Really make it harder for future presidents to enter into similar climate deals and this is what we're hearing from those in the environmental sector and also corporate advocates who are in favor of the pact as in the mornings that we're hearing from that side of the issue in the end and also we sort of c is it's the sort of kremlinwatching trying to figure out who's who's behind the deal within the white house and we look at steve bannon sitting in the front row there and and gary cohn right next to an wondering sort of who's who's a advice the president's following the most here is this just carry through from what he promised in the campaign and trying to get it done with in that regard and what's interesting about this whole accord and keep in mind its voluntary but you know by being a pardon head it holds one another accountable right to this kind of that checks and balances system among the nations of the world an innate it that accountability is a strong line in terms fina moving forward in reducing the global footprint and tackling the folks earlier and they said you know is there any harm really in the united states being a party that maybe not too much senate say it's a it's a bigger cost on american corporations and so forth and that could be debatable but the thing is if for a part of it you know i don't know that there is any severe consequences in that way we're working to make the global environment better cleaner in his interest in so many companies also joining in the fight trying to get the president and not do this um whether it was exxonmobil's we talked about before and of course as secretary of state former ceo of exxon mobil microsoft's also very involves and we mentioned apple as well as tesla so it's it's a very you know a broad group of businesses trying to get.

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