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Cupertino, Mountain View and East Palo Alto have begun to ponder new taxes based on employer headcounts — levies that could jolt Apple and Google — and if voters endorse the plans, a fresh wave of such measures may roll toward other corporate coffers.
THE BEADY EYE ASK'S: WHAT DO HEATHROW- GATWICK- THAMES WATER- BLACK CABS, AND 73-89-355-361 OXFORD STREET HAVE IN COMMON.
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THEY ARE ALL OWNED BY SOVEREIGN WEALTH FUNDS.
While Dads Army negotiates the UK way out of the EU, 97 sovereign investors — state pension funds, central banks, and government ministries are collectively holding $12tn of British assets. 2,047 more words
A long post today – please bear with me. I’m sure you have heard about the cancellation of Roseanne after the show’s namesake sent out a racist tweet. 704 more words
Check out the list of 25 most generous publicly listed companies compiled by Entrepreneur Philippines (www.entrepreneur.com.ph).
Here are my own insights:
Each of the top 5 Ayala Corporation executives was paid an average of P97.9 million in 2017. 795 more words
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Sometime after the signing of the Kalari CPA, present year
World’s leading mobile communications company, Mokia, has thrown its weight behind hosting the International Information Technology and Telecom Awards (IITTA) in Swarlena this year, organized by the world’s foremost IT magazine, IT & Telecom Digest. 219 more words