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  • Harford Council appoints first-ever county auditor

    The Harford County Council appointed the first-ever county auditor at Tuesday's legislative session. An unanimous vote approved the appointment of Chrystal Moore to the new position. Moore was at the meeting and thanked the council members for their...
  • Europe's top banks shed 2 trillion euros as regulatory belt tightens

    LONDON (Reuters) - Europe's top 30 banks cut assets by 2 trillion euros ($2.76 trillion) last year and are set to cut them again in 2014 as regulatory pressure prompts investment banks to shrink and retail banks sell some of their loans into a rising...
  • Hotel chain La Quinta makes subdued debut in crowded IPO market

    (Reuters) - Shares of Blackstone-backed hotel chain La Quinta Holdings Inc made a subdued market debut as investors took the view that the stock was fully priced in a crowded IPO market. La Quinta's shares, which priced below the expected range at $17,...
  • Investors devour GrubHub shares in debut

    (Reuters) - Shares of GrubHub Inc jumped as much as 57 percent in their market debut as investors scrambled for a piece of the biggest U.S. online food-delivery service, which delivers everything from expensive steaks to bento boxes. GrubHub shares, sold...
  • Experts urge U.S. watchdog to adopt major changes to audit reports

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some accounting experts are urging U.S. regulators to embrace a proposal to improve how auditors communicate their opinions on corporate financial statements to investors, saying such changes are long overdue. Floated in August...
  • Caterpillar avoided $2.4 billion in taxes, senator says

    WASHINGTON — Sen. Carl Levin, saying it was "long past time" to ensure that multinational U.S. corporations pay taxes on their overseas profits, took Caterpillar Inc. to task for an offshore strategy that helped the company avoid $2.4 billion in...
  • Today in corporate tax avoidance: Caterpillar's 'pink elephant'

    Today in corporate tax avoidance: Caterpillar's 'pink elephant'
    Forget about jazz; the true indigenous American art form is the tax dodge. Today brings us (courtesy of Sen. Carl Levin's subcommittee on investigations) an impressively elegant example from Caterpillar Inc. Elegant and lucrative too: Levin's...
  • Senate panel: Caterpillar's Swiss unit dodged $2.4B in U.S. taxes

    Senate panel: Caterpillar's Swiss unit dodged $2.4B in U.S. taxes
    WASHINGTON - Caterpillar Inc avoided paying $2.4 billion in U.S. taxes from 2000 through 2012 by moving profits from sales of replacement parts through a low-tax unit it set up in Switzerland, a congressional panel said on Monday. In the latest example...
  • UK considers changes to bank levy as proceeds fall short

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain is considering changes to its three-year-old bank levy after failing to raise as much as expected from the tax, which some banks have said unfairly penalizes lenders with big overseas operations and those that are not selling...
  • "Peak Car" threshold signals changes from automobile to auto mobility

    "Peak Car" threshold signals changes from automobile to auto mobility
    SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — The world that Henry Ford put on wheels is poised to stall. Several auto-industry analysts predict "Peak Car," a point at which annual global sales growth will top out, in the next decade, Researcher IHS Automotive, for one,...
  • Airline mergers are good for airlines and fares, study concludes

    Airline mergers are good for airlines and fares, study concludes
    The nation’s airline industry has undergone so many mergers in the last decade that just four airlines and their regional carriers control more than 80% of all domestic air traffic. And despite warnings from consumer advocates, the merger mania is...
  • CSO's search to replace Deborah Rutter

    CSO's search to replace Deborah Rutter
    Much has changed inside and outside the Chicago Symphony Orchestra since Deborah Rutter — then Deborah Card — moved from running the Seattle Symphony to becoming CSO Association president in 2003. She inherited an organization that was...