New Bill Authorizes Security Threat Sharing
A new executive order from the president will also allow the Department of Homeland Security to share classified info on business cyber threats.
Obama Wants to Tap Overseas Earnings
A one-time 14% tax on $2.1 trillion in profits corporations earned overseas would be used to repair the nation's infrastructure.
Obama Fires Salvo in Looming Budget Fight
"The president will propose to end the across-the-board sequester cuts that threaten our economy and our military," says a spokesperson.
Obama to Lay Out $320B Tax Plan
The president is recommending tax increases, including a capital gains tax hike for high earners, but also some tax breaks for the working class.
Obama Unveils Cyber Privacy Bill
The Personal Data Notification and Protection Act would replace a patchwork of state laws.
Business Groups Welcome Obama’s Historic Cuba Move
The normalization of relations with Cuba could bring commercial opportunities, but some in Congress are pledging resistance.
House Votes to Extend Tax Breaks for Only One Year
The Senate, which was pushing for a two-year extension, takes up the bill next week.
U.S. Makes Move Toward ‘Chip and PIN’ Credit Cards
Will the U.S. government's security requirements lead to faster adoption by retailers?
A Benefits Balancing Act
CFOs consider how to manage the financial risk of benefits while giving employees what they want — and need.
Budget Head Slams Climate Denial As ‘Fiscally Foolish’
Inaction on climate change could cost the United States billions of dollars, says the new White House budget chief.
Treasury Keeps Up Rhetoric on Tax Inversions
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says he is close to a decision on how to prevent firms from "effectively renouncing their citizenship."