Challenging the corporate game of HQ chess
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If national legislatures approve the new G-7 deal on taxing multinational companies, corporations would have to pay a new global minimum tax no matter where they put their headquarters. So far, this is just a pledge from G-7 countries, though, not a law. Plus, Apple's developer conference gets underway with data privacy in focus. And, a push to diversify city-appointed boards in Nashville.
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Breaking down a new proposal from G-7 to change how corporations pay taxes
Marketplace’s Nancy Marshall-Genzer has more.
User data, software updates on agenda at Apple developer conference
The Worldwide Developers Conference will likely focus on privacy. But it's also a big event for third-party software developers.
Nashville works to diversify its city-appointed boards
A vacancy on the all-white fairgrounds panel underscores the issue of how members of governing boards are selected.
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Jonathan Frewin Producer, BBC
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