The top U.S.-based multinationals that dodged $67.9 billion in taxes over three years.
Gary Rivlin is a special correspondent for Newsweek and The Daily Beast. He is the author of five books, including Broke, USA: From Pawnshops to Poverty, Inc.—How the Working Poor Became Big Business. He has worked as a staff reporter for The New York Times, where his beats included Silicon Valley and New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
The former vice president is accused of influencing Apple’s board to enhance his own green investments.
The silence of Mitt Romney’s old firm speaks volumes about private equity. By Gary Rivlin.
Preet Bharara is investigating Goldman tech analyst Henry King. By Gary Rivlin.
Conservatives call the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ‘unaccountable,’ but it’s been before Congress 14 times in a year.
Don’t be mad at the $26B bank settlement—be mad at the White House’s inaction.
Congress is considering making unemployment benefits contingent on a high-school diploma or GED.
Accel Partners is poised to land one of the biggest payoffs in history, writes Gary Rivlin.
The day Facebook goes public, its founder will be worth at least $21 billion.