America’s CEOs have big plans thanks to tax reform.
Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) wants her job back, and she's willing to say any crazy little thing to tunnel into the speaker crypt once more.
J.M. Smucker Co. will offer one-time $1,000 bonuses to thousands of its employees, joining other major companies in rewarding employees due to savings tied to the recent passage of GOP-backed tax reform.
A coalition alleges in a federal complaint that the company refuses to hand over the cash until a new contract is ratified.
Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist criticized Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates for saying the government should increase taxes on the ultra-wealthy.
FBN’s Stuart Varney on the Trump administration’s putting a gas tax and an online sales tax on the table.
An intellectual property levy could encourage drug companies to abandon the island, where 20% of residents lack power after two hurricanes.
Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) of the House Financial Services Committee referred to Fannie Mae’s proposed taxpayer infusion as a “bailout request.”
As President Donald Trump advances his agenda to level the playing field for U.S. companies, he floated the possibility of enacting a “reciprocal tax” on other nations, including allies.
The announcement comes after the defense contractor was awarded a $148 million contract to manufacture its F-35 fighter jet.
Cook said Apple will provide an update on its plans for capital allocation on the company’s next earnings call in April.
The move follows a pair of executive orders issued by the president last year. Some of the regulations have been outdated for decades.
Employers are boosting pay and perks despite the gyrations of the U.S. stock market.
These companies are taking tax reform savings, and using them to increase parental leave and benefits.
U-Haul on Friday said it will issue bonuses to its full-time and part-time employees, joining other corporations in rewarding employees after the passage of tax reform.
CVS Health will be passing on some of the savings that it expects from tax reform to its employees by boosting pay and increasing benefits.
The tech giant considers offering rebates for consumers who paid the full $79 price for new batteries.
Qualified hourly employees will get a one-time payout of up to $1,000, and some staffers will receive a stock grant
White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah weighs in on the markets and the U.S. economy.
The Dow, which tumbled about 1,841 points in two days, maintains a 22.4% increase since President Trump took office.