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Date: Mon, 27. May 2013 10:45:37
Google chairman Eric Schmidt and Apple CEO Tim Cook may be rivals but they both agree that government officials need to look at themselves in the mirror more when they decry the low tax rates paid by major tech companies. Per BBC News, Schmidt this week said that Google paid all the taxes it was legally required to pay in the United Kingdom and said that governments should change the laws if they want companies to pay more. ?If the British system changes the tax laws, then we will comply,? Schmidt said. ?If the taxes go up, we will pay more, if they go down, we will pay less. That is a political decision for the democracy that is the
Date: Mon, 9. May 2016 02:00:09
The Sports Xchange Penn State paid out a settlement involving a sex-abuse claim against assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky from 1971.
Date: Wed, 20. November 2013 19:29:30
By Joseph Lichterman DETROIT (Reuters) - Detroit has paid almost $23 million in fees to lawyers, consultants and financial advisers through October 1, including nearly $11 million to law firm Jones Day, which is representing the city in bankruptcy court, according to figures released by Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr's office on Wednesday. Detroit, which is awaiting a decision from a federal bankruptcy judge to determine if it is eligible for bankruptcy protection, has agreed to pay more than $60 million to more than a dozen firms aiding in its restructuring efforts, Orr's office said. Through October 1, the city has paid $4.59 million to Conway MacKenzie, a Detroit area restructuring firm, and $4.17 million to accounting firm Ernst & Young. Accounting firm Plante Moran was paid $1.5 million through October 1 and investment banking firm Miller Buckfire was paid $1.2 million.
Date: Mon, 22. April 2013 17:38:13
By adding more than 2 million U.S. subscribers this quarter and another 1 million elsewhere in the world, Netflix has nearly earned back its entire $100 million investment in House of Cards ? in under three months. As we explained in our breakdown of the economics of that original show, Netflix only needed about 520,834 new users ? in two years ? to break even on that program. But the streaming and delivery businesses have added nearly $50 million in subscriber dollars in this country alone, Netflix announced in its earnings report Monday. ...
Date: Thu, 21. January 2016 11:49:37
The full financial details of Gareth Bale's move to Real Madrid from Tottenham have been leaked with the player appearing to have cost the Spanish club more than Cristiano Ronaldo. According to the leaked transfer agreement, the fee for Wales international Bale was 91million euros - less than the 96million Real paid for Cristiano Ronaldo in 2009 - but because the fee was to be paid in instalments the final sum rises to a world record 100.7million euros .
Date: Wed, 21. October 2015 15:44:51
By Lisa Richwine LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's YouTube will launch a $10-a-month subscription option in the United States on Oct. 28 that will allow viewers to watch videos from across the site without interruption from advertisements, the company said on Wednesday. Starting early next year, the service called YouTube Red will add exclusive shows and movies from top YouTube creators including PewDiePie, Lilly Singh and The Fine Brothers. "Consumers are embracing paid subscriptions of ad-free content at an incredible pace," Robert Kyncl, YouTube's chief business officer, said at an event at YouTube's production space in Los Angeles.
Date: Tue, 6. February 2018 20:08:24
The Carolina Panthers placed interim general manager Marty Hurney on paid leave on Tuesday because of an alleged domestic incident.
Date: Wed, 1. October 2014 18:37:00
JC SevcikTALLAHASSEE, Fla., Oct. 1 (UPI) -- A police officer in Tallahassee, Florida has been placed on paid administrative leave after tasering a 62-year-old woman in the back Tuesday afternoon.
Date: Sun, 10. March 2019 02:23:21
Eng Tan is the CEO of Hotel Grand Central Limited (SGX:H18). This report will, first, examine the CEO compensation levels in comparison to CEO compensation at companies of similar size.Read More...
Date: Fri, 5. July 2019 00:57:48
The former governor of Rio de Janeiro state said in court testimony on Thursday that he paid $2 million to buy votes to ensure the sprawling Brazilian seaside city would be chosen to host the 2016 Olympic Games. Sergio Cabral told a judge the money went to Lamine Diack, the former president of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) and was used to buy as many as nine votes. It was not immediately possible to reach Diack or his legal team on Thursday night.
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