foreign company

  • August 26, 2014  

    In the past three years, 22 American companies have relocated outside U.S. borders, usually through mergers with or purchases of a foreign company. That move, known as a tax inversion, means corporations are no longer subject to American corporate taxes. Jeffrey Brown learns more about the strategy and its effect on the economy from Roberton Williams of the Tax Policy Center. Continue reading

  • December 18, 2008  

    Faced with historically slow sales, the big three auto companies have made more cost-cutting moves, including temporarily shuttering plants, in an attempt to stay afloat while the government debates an auto industry aid package. A reporter in Detroit provides an update. Continue reading