5:54 am: There are plenty of loopholes in the corporate tax code that savvy companies can take advantage of to lower their tax bills. CNNMoney asked four tax experts for their top picks of the worst ones. More
Business activity in the eurozone declined at a slower pace in May but surveys published Thursday suggest the region's longest recession will extend into another quarter.
Fears of a slowdown in global growth were reinforced Thursday as a preliminary report on China's manufacturing in May showed activity contracted for the first time in seven months.
Banking analyst Meredith Whitney says that conservative-leaning 'fly-over' states are attracting more jobs than tax-heavy states like California.
Bitcoin's network generates more power than the top 500 supercomputers and sucks down around $200,000 a day in electricity costs.
Tax avoidance works beautifully -- and legally -- for Apple and other multinationals. Why not make it work for you?
Some 114,000 federal employees are getting four days off, including one unpaid furlough day. Friday is the first of several agency wide furlough days. Some 114,000 federal employees will be at home Friday without pay.
Home sales and home prices continue to show strength of housing recovery in latest reading.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke warns of risks of raising interest rates too soon, reiterates that Congress needs to do more to help economy.
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.
When Bernanke talks before Congress, the metaphors get colorful -- and mangled.
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