Spotlight Trained on Intercompany Accounting
Regulators are turning up the heat on the historically lax process of accounting for transactions between related legal entities.
CF Scraps $8B Deal Due to New Inversion Rules
The fertilizer company says the U.S. crackdown on tax inversions had reduced the benefits of its proposed merger with OCI NV.
Did Treasury Target Pfizer-Allergan Inversion?
The Obama Administration and the Allergan CEO disagree about whether the government wanted specifically to kill the giant drug merger.
What You Need to Know about Inversions
Inversions are on the rise, and for good reason, considering the typical tax savings. Here's a primer on the terrain if you're mulling the move.
Johnson Controls Makes Inversion Deal With Tyco
The $20 billion combination is likely to revive the "vexed political debate" over U.S. firms using inversions to reduce their taxes.
Clinton to Propose Crackdown on Inversions
The presidential candidate would impose an "exit tax" on tax inversion deals that let U.S. firms reduce their taxes by merging with companies overseas.
Salix Calls Off Tax Inversion Deal
The Treasury Department's recent anti-inversion measures claim their first victim — Salix Pharmaceuticals' plan to merge with Italy-based Cosmo.
What About Earnings Stripping?
The White House finally threw down the gauntlet on corporate tax inversions, yet it failed to address a key issue.
Hospira-Danone Tax Inversion Deal Stalls
The $5 billion cross-border deal involving the French company's medical nutrition business is apparently on hold.
How to Stop Inversions: Abolish Corporate Income Tax
If President Obama and lawmakers want to prevent more tax inversions, then they should wipe out corporate income taxes and tax investors instead.
Canada Inversions Beckon While White House Seethes
As the White House chafes over the latest tax inversion deal, its ally to the north is only too happy to accommodate its newest transplant.