Corporate Loopholes, Fraud and Tax Evasion
By Dave Umhoefer Published on Sunday, September 11th, 2011 at 10:00 p.m. When a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist bumped heads with S.C. Johnson, one of the nation’s largest private companies, the collision renewed a tax-fairness debate that flared with reports that General Electric had no U.S. tax bill despite billions in profits last year. Inside the SC Johnson vs. David Cay Johnston dispute on corporate taxes
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Rupert Murdoch's News Corp made 'profit' of $4.8bn in US gov income tax refunds CORRECTION This story was based on a Reuters piece by David Cay Johnston, which he has since retracted and corrected His full explanation can be read by clicking here By Daily Mail Reporter UPDATED: 17:59 GMT, 14 July 2011 Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. collected $4.8 billion in income tax refunds in the last four years, an investigation has uncovered.
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