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  • Corporate tax inversion crackdown 'unavoidable': U.S. Rep. Levin

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Corporations should be on notice that government action is coming on "inversion" deals done by U.S. businesses that reincorporate abroad to cut their tax bills, said the top Democratic tax-writer in the House of Representatives on...
  • Roll Call's 50 richest members of Congress for 2014

    WASHINGTON They invested in an aquaculture business, a bank and good old blue chip stocks and bonds. The richest members of Congress found myriad ways to get wealthier in 2013, CQ Roll Call's annual survey of congressional wealth shows. Many lawmakers'...
  • Republican lawmakers see U.S. Ex-Im extension despite pressure

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Conservative groups kept up the pressure on Thursday to shut down the U.S. Export-Import Bank, but the agency's supporters and many lawmakers expect Congress to approve a deal next week to extend its charter for nine more months....
  • European rights envoy says pro-Ukraine activists face abuses in Crimea

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Pro-Ukrainian activists and Tatar ethnic minorities in Crimea have found their lives under increased threat since the Ukrainian territory was annexed by Russia in March, a top European human rights diplomat said on Friday. Following...
  • For U.S. tech firms, China entices in spite of tight state control

    The sheer size of the Chinese market is so alluring to Western companies that even pro-internet freedom firms like CloudFlare may have to put moral outrage to the side in their pursuit of new business. San Francisco-based CloudFlare has a policy of...
  • Rakuten considering Airbnb-like home rental service in Japan - sources

    Rakuten considering Airbnb-like home rental service in Japan - sources
    TOKYO (Reuters) - Rakuten Inc, Japan's largest e-commerce company, has been actively considering launching a service like website Airbnb that would provide a hub to rent apartments and homes in Japan to short-term guests, two people with knowledge of...
  • Lake commissioners signal support for south Lake regional park

    Lake commissioners signal support for south Lake regional park
    TAVARES — The people who sported "I support the South Lake Regional Park" shirts prevailed. During a hearing on a proposed tax-rate increase that drew stiff opposition, Lake commissioners this week signaled their intent to restore funding for a...
  • Kevin Hunt: Downtown Hartford Restaurant Loses $3,000 In 'CL&P' Scam (Here's How To Spot It)

    Kevin Hunt: Downtown Hartford Restaurant Loses $3,000 In 'CL&P' Scam (Here's How To Spot It)
    True or false: When Caller ID announces an incoming call as "CL&P" and the caller identifies himself as a CL&P representative, recites your outstanding balance and threatens shutoff unless you pay it now, then it must be Connecticut Light & Power calling....
  • Mayor Garcetti hopes to pass $13.25 minimum wage in L.A. by early 2015

    Mayor Garcetti hopes to pass $13.25 minimum wage in L.A. by early 2015
    Mayor Eric Garcetti’s motivations for backing a $13.25 minimum wage in Los Angeles are manifold – other localities and President Obama are pushing similar measures, intense poverty levels are stressing city services and lack of spending...
  • Mai-Kai's in the running for best restroom in the country

    Mai-Kai's in the running for best restroom in the country
    Mai-Kai believes its thrones deserve a crown. The iconic Polynesian restaurant in Fort Lauderdale is among 10 finalists in a contest for best washroom in the country. The public will pick the winner online. Naturally, Mai-Kai would rather be famous...
  • Suffolk may invest in startups with virtual incubator

    Suffolk may support early-stage companies with funding that would defray the costs of their operating space, the Suffolk News-Herald reports. Businesses could receive up to $100,000 from the city's Economic Development Investment Program with half being...