Facebook, Twitter CEOs Defend Their Election Actions To The Senate
Mark Zuckerberg told Sen. Mike Lee, Utah Republican, that the company occasionally made "mistakes."
Senate Passes Bill Extending Time to Use Paycheck Protection Loans
The program has given out 4.4 million forgivable loans so far.
Senate Floats Airline Stimulus Amid Criticism
Nikki Haley resigned from the Boeing board of directors and Chuck Schumer suggested banning share buybacks.
Trump Signs Virus Relief Bill With Paid Sick Leave
Employers will have to front the costs of paid leave but will be fully reimbursed through refundable credits that count against payroll tax.
Coronavirus Relief Bill Faces Holdup in Senate
GOP senators are concerned the bill's paid sick leave provisions will put too much pressure on small businesses.
Lawmakers Reintroduce IRS Overhaul Measure
The Taxpayer First Act of 2019 includes more than 40 provisions aimed at modernizing the IRS and improving customer service
Sen. Chuck Grassley Returns to Head Finance Committee
Grassley said he wants to work “to make sure that as many Americans as possible get to experience this good economy for themselves."
Senate Confirms Jay Clayton as SEC Chair
The lawyer says he will be tough on "bad actors" but a Democrat calls him “one of Wall Street’s most loyal guardians.”
Planning For Tax Policy Turmoil
How to navigate a potential sea change in the U.S. corporate tax system.
Will Congress Tilt Patent Law in the Right Direction?
There's a wave of support behind patent reform bills in Congress, but some say the changes could hurt small firms and inventors.