corporations

Target

Target attracts new customers by downsizing

Jul 23, 2014
Target opened it's smallest store in Minneapolis. What's a Target if it's not big?
Posted In: Target, big box stores, corporations
NYSE

Why high earnings aren't translating into jobs

Jul 23, 2014
Corporate earnings are up. But will these cash-rich companies give you a job?
Posted In: corporations, Earnings, hiring
Hobby Lobby

'Family-like' Hobby Lobby has religion, Court rules

Jun 30, 2014
Hobby Lobby does not have to comply with the ACA's contraception requirement.
Posted In: ACA, Hobby Lobby, corporations, Supreme Court, contraceptive

How much would Apple's overseas cash help the U.S. economy?

May 21, 2013
Apple’s $100 billion in overseas cash is just part of the nearly $2 trillion in U.S. corporate funds that are beyond the reach of the IRS. What difference could that money make if it was brought home?
Posted In: tim cook, apple, corporate tax, corporations

Corporations report 1st quarter earnings

Apr 19, 2012
Big banks and other companies are reporting their earnings for the first three months of the year. What do they mean for the year ahead?
Posted In: Earnings, stock, corporations

New plan to be outlined for U.S. corporate tax code

Feb 22, 2012
The Obama administration today will outline a broad overhaul of the nation's corporate tax code that will lower the tax rate that businesses pay, but could increase to amount of tax revenue heading to Washington.
Posted In: corporate, corporate tax, corporations, Obama

Corporate tax hits 40-year low

Feb 3, 2012
Thanks to “bonus depreciation,” corporations paid the feds only 12.1 percent of their profits in taxes in 2011.
Posted In: Corporate Tax Cuts, Taxes, corporations

The best corporate spin of the year

Jan 17, 2012
It seems that corporations always revert to a special kind of jargon when it comes to bad news.
Posted In: corporations, job cuts

A coming credit crunch?

Dec 27, 2011
We talk a lot about the stock market, but the real lifeblood of U.S. companies is the corporate bond market, which is twice as large.
Posted In: bonds, corporations

Pencil pushers: The oldest corporate rivalry?

Sep 29, 2010
Even in this day and age of keyboards, two top pencil manufacturers are waging war, according to this Wall Street Journal article. German companies...
Posted In: competition, corporations, not news, pencils