Big tech seems to be having some tax woes lately, from the efforts of EU antitrust authorities to recover what they say are tens of billion in back taxes to the new “digital tax” imposed by France and a court case that could impact multinationals.Read More
Smaller enterprises typically do not have the budgets that large organizations do, and thus have to come up with unique ways to compete in the marketplace. In this vein, the Department of Labor released what we think is a very smart rule this week.Read More
The 2017 data breach at Equifax, was one of the largest in history. Now it will go down as the costliest. While this all sounds well and good as a headline, we hope much of this money will go to affected consumers.
In light of Michael Cohen’s conviction and prison entrée on May 6, we thought we’d share a fascinating story from Institutional Investor on what white collar criminals and Wall Streeters face in prison. Since the 80s and the height of the “greed is good” era, there has been a perception that the minimum security prisons that white collar felons go to are more akin to hotels (think “Club Fed”).Read More