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In an interview with Jeffrey Brown, IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman discusses the agency's efforts to close overseas tax shelters.
By Online DA
World leaders plan to announce Friday the Group of 20 will replace the Group of Eight as the main forum for coordinating global economic policy, a reflection of the increasing importance of fast-growing economies such as Brazil, China, and India.
In an interview with Paul Solman from the G-20 meeting in Pittsburgh, Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva clarifies his infamous remarks on 'blue-eyed' bankers and weighs in on where emerging markets like Brazil fit in the global economy.
Editor’s note: In anticipation of the G-20 summit that begins today in Pittsburgh, Paul’s segment last night took a look at how the world’s economies are faring a year into the financial crisis. Along the way, he gets some global…
By Carolyn O'Hara
As the leaders of the G-20 meet in Pittsburgh to discuss how to overhaul the global financial system, countries are calling for a wide spectrum of reforms. But a dramatic overhaul of how the global economy is run may be…
By Business Desk
Editor’s note: Paul recently sat down with economist and Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz to talk about the financial reform agenda at the G-20 meetings that begin tomorrow in Pittsburgh. Beyond offering thoughts on just what the G-20 countries can…
Ahead of the G-20 summit, Paul Solman asks small business owners at a New York health and beauty show how the economy is faring in their home countries.
Editor’s note: Next month, on September 24 and 25, world leaders will convene in Pittsburgh for the annual G20 summit. Atop the agenda: how to get the world economy firmly on the path to recovery. In today’s video conversation,…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Tax havens are typically thought of as enclaves where the world's rich can shelter their fortunes from the prying eyes of governments. But citizens of developing countries may be tax havens' hidden victims.
By PBS NewsHour
G20 leaders took big steps toward reforming a "failed regulatory system" that helped create the global economic crisis, President Barack Obama said after the summit concluded in London Thursday.
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