The tax geek crowd is really ganging up on Donald Trump for his over $900 million loss in 1995. Professor Calvin Johnson of University of Texas at Austin Law School has weighed in with “Were Trump’s Fake Losses Legal as Tax Deductions? (download). Fake deductions! That is pretty harsh. Practically locker room talk.
AT&T plans digital platform but investors remain sceptical
“More than two decades ago, I co-wrote a book with several insensitive, crudely argued statements,” Peter Thiel said in a statement to FORBES.
Recent falls have not only aligned with a long term expectation of slow decline, but also with the gyrations in the value of the pound sterling in early October following a hardening of Brexit sentiment.
GDP growth slows to 2.7% as troubles at Samsung, Hyundai and Hanjin bite
Shutterstock by Alex Amari Since mid-September, Uber has been rolling out its first platoon of self-driving cars in Pittsburgh. While they’re not technically driverless (for now, there’s someone sitting in the front seat, just in case), these cars have proven remarkably effective at traversing the hilly and narrow streets of Pennsylvania’s second-largest […]
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US investors see potential resolution to offshore krona problem
Rarely has a second-generation model been as important to a brand as this Q5 is to Audi. The outgoing edition has been the most successful product yet for Audi North America and the German automaker has no intention of screwing up its successor.