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Tue, 02 Sep 2014 14:00:36 GMT
The power struggle between China and the United States was thrust into daylight last week when a Chinese jet intercepted a U.S. naval patrol plane over the South China Sea. After the fact, the U.S. military said its plane had been flying routine . .
Fri, 22 Aug 2014 15:29:21 GMT
Business InsiderFed up with shrinking sales, McDonald's replaces head of its US business - McDonald's MCD CEO Don Thompson has run out of patience with the burger chain's declining U.S. sales. After urging Wall Street earlier this year to give it a full year to fix that, the CEO of the world's biggest restaurant chain is turning to an .McDonald's names new US president amid sales slumpChicago TribuneMcDonald's taps Mike Andres to head up U.S. operationsChicago Business JournalMcDonald's Just Rehired A Former Executive To Turnaround Struggling US SalesBusiness Insiderall 158 news articles .
Wed, 27 Aug 2014 14:35:30 GMT
This process, called inversion, has been occurring more and more often, despite the fascistic suggestion by President Obama that headquartering outside the United States represents a betrayal of God and country. Members of the Obama administration have .Liberty Global, a Colorado company, did tax inversion last yearThe Denver Postall 705 news articles .
Wed, 27 Aug 2014 06:18:43 GMT
RT (blog) - . King's Canadian business move. In recent months, as more companies have used inversions, President Obama and Congress have publicly criticized the moves because they cut into U.S. tax revenue. "Burger King's decision to abandon the United States .Burger King In Talks To Buy Canada's Tim Hortons To Dodge U.S. TaxesHuffington PostBurger King Flees US Taxes to Expand DomainChristian Broadcasting NetworkBurger King in Talks to Buy Tim Hortons in Canada Tax DealWall Street JournalRT (blog) -Reuters -Christian Science Monitorall 3,204 news articles .
Thu, 07 Aug 2014 21:16:49 GMT
The White House (blog)- - The White House (blog)This afternoon, President Obama spoke to a crowd that included 50 African leaders, at the U.S.- - in Washington, D.C. The Business Forum is part of the historic three-day U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, which is the largest event any U.S .US businesses falling behind China as economy expands in AfricaCTV NewsHow other countries are scrambling for Africa alongside the USWashington Post (blog)US interest in Africa growsChinadaily USAYahoo News UK -Fortuneall 498 news articles .
Wed, 20 Aug 2014 15:14:29 GMT
USA TODAY - BAGHDAD/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Islamic State's beheading of a U.S. journalist and its threat to "destroy the American cross" suggests it has gained enough confidence seizing large areas of Iraq and Syria to take aim at American targets despite the risks.Kidnapping Westerners is big businessUSA TODAYMiddle East|Before Killing James Foley, ISIS Demanded Ransom From USNew York TimesJames Foley's Kidnapping And Death Reveal Inconsistencies In US, European .International Business Timesall 10,622 news articles .
Tue, 05 Aug 2014 18:30:04 GMT
Voice of America - Through the Doing Business in Africa (DBIA) Campaign, the U.S. government is strengthening its commercial relationship with the continent of Africa, a diverse region that offers substantial trade and investment opportunities across national and .As US-Africa Leaders Summit Begins, Key Members of Congress Say AGOA .Brookings Institution (blog)US Congresswoman to Meet African Political, Business LeadersVoice of Americaall 211 news articles .
Fri, 08 Aug 2014 10:59:18 GMT
CDC: Ebola's Spread To The US Is Inevitable - Ebola's spread to the United States is "inevitable" due to the nature of global airline travel, but any outbreak is not likely to be large, US health authorities said Thursday. Already one man with dual US-Liberian citizenship has died from Ebola .What Ebola outbreak would look like in USWND.comEbola Hearing Details Real Risks Of Deadly Disease Hitting U.S.Huffington Postall 9,063 news articles .
Tue, 05 Aug 2014 21:10:43 GMT
WJLA- - WJLAIt said the United States was the biggest destination for South African exports of passenger cars, receiving 42 percent of the total. About 600 U.S. companies do business in South Africa, which has one of the biggest economies on the continent, but .Obama: Companies To Invest $14 Billion In AfricaForbesObama to announce businesses will invest more than $14 billion in AfricaWashington Post (blog)newsA TODAYReuters -Voice of America -FRANCE 24all 2,436 news articles .
Thu, 07 Aug 2014 03:08:09 GMT
ForbesWalgreen CEO: Leaving US wasn't in best interest of shareholders - Several U.S. companies, including North Chicago-based AbbVie, Deerfield-based Horizon Pharma, Medtronic and Mylan, have orchestrated acquisitions that will allow them to shift their headquarters across the Atlantic to lower their corporate tax rate.Walgreen Will Stay On US Soil, Bows To Political PressureForbesReports: Walgreens won't tap lucrative tax loopholeUSA TODAYWalgreen to keep US tax domicile after buying Alliance BootsReutersHouston Chronicleall 844 news articles .