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Senate Hearing on Apple and Corporate Taxes

Posted in アップル, ヒアリング, 租税回避, 税制 by shiro on 2013年5月22日

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ライブ:

Live Blog: Apple and Corporate Taxes | NYTimes.com

NYT Live Coverage of Senate Hearing on Apple and Corporate Taxes | Daring Fireball

ビデオ:

Watch Tim Cook’s Senate testimony | The Loop

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Apple’s Cook: U.S. Tax Code Handicaps Companies: Video | Bloomberg [Flash Player]

Offshore Profit Sharing, Panel 2 | C-SPAN Video Library

報道ぶり:

C.E.O. Denies That Apple Is Avoiding Taxes | NYTimes.com

Apple CEO Cook Talks to Congress as Steve Jobs Never Did | Bloomberg

John McCain Tim Cook Questioning | Business Insider

Best Moment of Today’s Senate Hearing | Daring Fireball

資料:

Apple posts Tim Cook’s and Peter Oppenheimer’s Senate opening statements | The Loop

ブログ:

米議会公聴会での Tim Cook の証言 | maclalala2

アップルだけでない課税逃れ | 闇株新聞

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Apple target of Senate hearing on offshore taxes

Posted in アップル, ヒアリング, 税制 by shiro on 2013年5月16日

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Apple target of Senate hearing on offshore taxes – Anna Palmer | POLITICO.com

Tech firm Apple is the target of a Senate hearing next week investigating offshore tax practices.

Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to testify at the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation’s hearing Tuesday, POLITICO has learned.

Tim Cook to testify at US Senate on taxes | The Loop

Tim Cook Doing Interviews in Advance of Congressional Hearing | Daring Fireball

Tim Cook Defends Apple’s Tax Record Ahead of Senate Committee Appearance [Updated] | Mac Rumors

Tim Cook Doing Interviews in Advance of Congressional Hearing | Daring Fireball

Apple on offense over $100B offshore stash | POLITICO.com

Tim Cook talks about Apple’s $100 billion in cash | The Loop

Apple vs the U.S. Congress: Can Apple convince Congress to fix cash repatriation tax laws? | iMore.com

Why Apple Is Going Into Debt Rather Than Using Its Cash

Posted in アップル, 税制 by shiro on 2013年5月2日

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Apple tax dodging: Debt will help the company avoid taxes. | Slate

The statutory corporate income tax rate is quite high—35 percent—so it turns out to be cheaper to borrow the money and pay interest than to repatriate cash and pay taxes.

Why Apple Is Going Into Debt Rather Than Using Its Cash | Daring Fireball

Why Apple took on $17 billion in debt | The Loop

Going Into Debt Will Help Apple Avoid Taxes | ParisLemon

Apple Avoids $9.2 Billion in Taxes With Debt Deal | ParisLemon

A Story for May Day: The Fed, Apple, and Trickle-Down Economics | Robert Reich

Apple Avoids $9.2 Billion in Taxes With Debt Deal | Bloomberg

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