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Government supports tax dodging companies with tax haven interests giving them £41bn of business since 2011. 25/34 of the firms with large (over £100m) contracts have some interests in tax havens 19 had operations in countries on EU tax black/grey lists.

To be fair, it is still an open question how digital media companies can make money going forward. Many digital media companies, especially ones aimed at millennials, laid off employees or closed in 2018. But @nowthisnews  is looking to change that story.

Alphabet, like many technology companies, has been ramping up its focus on the #healthcare  market.

UK companies urged to switch from long-term incentive pay schemes

"We're Momming Today" about getting back to work, particularly after mothers leave to raise their children. @Fidelity  started a program for individuals who took a break & are looking to resume a job in financial planning. Should more companies follow suit?

The @acognews  @WHOand  back over-the-counter (OTC) access to birth control pills, and 2 companies—California-based Cadence Health and HRA Pharma, a French firm—have announced they plan to petition the FDA to market OTC OCPs, @RitaRubinvia 

"This new Council will help American & Kuwaiticompanies and their workers, to flourish in each other’s market," said @SecretaryRoss  last week at the launch of the new U.S. #kuwait  Biz Council at the @USChamber  @abckuwait2012 . Remarks:

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The bill is a direct shot at big #tech  companies like #Facebook  as senators try to reel in data-collection policies.

From @Walmart  and @amazon , to @facebook , India's muddled policy gridlock and regular U-turns make it a frustrating country for companies and data/privacy advocates alike. Decoding India's Pending Policies, via @TheKenWeb 

Why any1 listens to rating agencies after their egregious performance in 2004-2008 is inexplicable, yet here they are again doing the same thing: "Bond Ratings Firms Go Easy on Some Companies'>Heavily Indebted Companies" @GunjanJS  @Cezary  @WSJ 


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France just put a digital tax on our great American technology companies. If anybody taxes them, it should be their home Country, the USA. We will announce a substantial reciprocal action on Macron’s foolishness shortly. I’ve always said American wine is better than French wine!

I’m surprised the NRA was affiliated with car rental companies at all, considering Hertz and Avis enforce tyrannical rules like "age restrictions" and "having a license."

Big announcement today: Drugcompanies have to come clean about their prices in TV ads. Historic transparency for American patients is here. If drug companies are ashamed of those prices—lower them!

Mexico is sending a big delegation to talk about the Border. Problem is, they’ve been “talking” for 25 years. We want action, not talk. They could solve the Border Crisis in one day if they so desired. Otherwise, our companies and jobs are coming back to the USA!

WOW "Since the tax cuts were passed, the 1,000 largest public companies have actually reduced employment, on balance. They have announced the elimination of nearly 140,000 jobs — which is almost double the 73,000 jobs they say they have created"

In the past 24 hours, these companies have ended their relationship with the : Best Western Wyndham Hotels Alamo Rent A Car National Rent A Car Enterprise Rent A Car First National Bank of Omaha #BoycottNRA 

This woman was physically dragged from the microphone after announcing how much money West Virginia’s politicians get from oil companies

If Trump is concerned about companies going abroad maybe he should move his plants out of Bangladesh where workers are paid 30 cents an hour

US tech companies founded by 1st/2nd generation immigrants Apple Google Facebook Amazon Oracle IBM Uber Yahoo EMC eBay AT&T Tesla Reddit

We know we’ll run out of dead dinosaurs to mine for fuel & have to use sustainable energy eventually, so why not go renewable now & avoid increasing risk of climate catastrophe? Betting that science is wrong & oil companies are right is the dumbest experiment in history by far …