Our government is not always going to protect us from everything that may be harmful or close loopholes to make our tax system more equitable and fair. That is just the way our system works. But, that is where all of us come in
Is Apple so prodigious an American icon that our elected representatives fear a voter backlash? Is that what all their unseemly, inane fawning was about?
Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, had a choice, and he chose badly.
If you somehow missed the week of May 24th, 2013, you overlooked some of the biggest stories of the 21st century.
Because they can indefinitely shield their foreign profits from U.S. taxes, meanwhile engaging in endless (legal) schemes to avoid taxes in countries where they book those earnings, the link between the profitability of American companies and the well-being of America is broken.
I want Apple to innovate with new "incredibly great" products that wow the world like the iMac and iPhone did--not with new ways of nickel and diming Uncle Sam. Do what's right and stick to what Apple does best and continued success will surely follow.
By Juli Weiner For your edification, a look back at the phrases, nouns, and neologisms that have, for better or for worse, shaped the week's natio...
In 2013, if it doesn't somehow make money for me, more or less immediately, having my head in "the cloud" takes on entirely new, and questionable, meaning.
Steve Jobs announced the G5 products on June 23, 2003. In doing so he broke his promise to never pre-announce products.
Apple shareholders will meet this week for their annual meeting. No shareholder meeting in recent memory has been this chock full of behind-the-scenes drama, intrigue and lawsuits than this year's conclave. It's clearly the most important week in Tim Cook's stewardship.
Apple has so much cash, that it can afford to buy all of the following companies, which are represented in the above cartoon: Twitter $11 billion ...
I believe Apple is brimming with innovation. But when it comes to storytelling, the company been getting swift-boated, and as Senator Kerry proved, the truth needs to stand up and fight.
The shift toward electronics and other high-tech products requires different facilities and skill sets than the U.S. employed in its manufacturing heyday. And as a country we need to portray manufacturing as an attractive, stable career.
The attacks on Cook boil down to a critique on his leadership abilities. Can Tim Cook lead Apple, currently the world's largest corporation? What type of leadership does Apple need?
You just can't stay in a deal where only one side is required to follow rules or behave in a civilized manner. It is time for Washington to take off the gloves and fight for American jobs like the 700,000 other ones Apple has left in China.
Flipboard rocks in many areas that Apple does not. It readjusts Apple's position in aggregating social media and news -- two areas that are exponentially increasing in size and scope.