Microsoft Stock Falls as Cloud Growth Slows
The shares had their worst day since January 2015 after the company reported revenue from cloud computing did not offset weak PC and phone sales.
Danish Tax Dispute Weighs on Tempur Sealy
The mattress maker could incur 'a level of double taxation,' said its CFO.
Tax Compliance and Reform: What Can You Expect in 2016?
Five articles on the ins-and-outs of tax compliance and reform, what's changed, and what's to come.
Finance Roundup for Executives
Be informed, get involved, and shape the world through finance. Here's the CFO roundup.
EU Finds Tax Breaks for Starbucks, Fiat Illegal
The unprecedented decisions could spell trouble for other multinationals that have made deals with European governments as part of tax avoidance strategies.
IRS Taking Tougher Stance on Some Spinoffs
The agency has "significant concerns" that companies may be disguising taxable transactions as spinoffs to avoid paying taxes.
Apple Pays China $71 Million in Back Taxes
The company blames a "difference in interpretation of a tax rule" for the underpayment of taxes in China.
IRS Puts Cloud Over Yahoo’s Alibaba Spinoff
The company may have to choose between scrapping the spinoff or risking a huge capital gains tax bill.
Should Online Retailers Be Required to Collect State Taxes?
Four participants in the debate contend on whether states should get new taxing power.
Are Wellness Programs Cost Effective?
Four experts weigh in on whether or not they deliver enough return on investment.