1:49 pm: European leaders took the fight to tax cheats Wednesday with a pledge to share bank account data across the EU and accelerate initiatives to tackle abuse by companies. More
The International Monetary Fund tells U.K. to increase spending on infrastructure and cut some corporate taxes to shore up its fragile economic recovery.
Apple pays a lot in taxes to the U.S. government. But many tax experts and lawmakers say Apple's tax bill would be bigger if the company didn't take advantage of so many loopholes in the tax code.
URS CEO Martin Koffel tells Fortune how his business still profits from nuclear power plants despite very few new plants being built.
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Shares of Sony spiked to their highest level in two years Wednesday on reports that the company is considering a spin off of its movie and music division.
Japan's central bank pledged Wednesday to maintain its ambitious quantitative easing program, saying that economic conditions in the country are improving.
The Army is planning to launch a new reality TV program, "Starting Strong" on June 2, aimed at recruiting 18 to 24-year-olds to enlist in the military.
Europe's leaders are stepping up their efforts to tackle fraud and aggressive tax avoidance.
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