Apple CEO Tim Cook’s pay doubled and HP CEO Meg Whitman’s increased by over 1,000% between 2013 and 2014. But the salaries of Starbuck’s Howard Schultz, along with Viacom’s Philippe Dauman and Disney’s Bob Iger all took a dive, by up to a half. 743 more words
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Why does a company go public? Money. I mean, in theory there are a myriad of reasons why a specific company would decide to take on an initial public offering but the most likely scenario boils down to a company that needs additional cash to expand. 601 more words
By David Nelson, CFA
Income inequality will be a central theme for Democrat and Republican candidates as we head into the election cycle. Both sides of the aisle know what’s at stake and the importance of positioning their policies as a cure for what some call a cancer sweeping the nation. 1,053 more words
Regular readers will know that I’m not a fan of stock buybacks by companies. I believe that even though buybacks are advertised as returning cash to shareholders in a tax-efficient way, their main effect–even if not their purpose–is to keep the dilutive effects of management stock options away from the attention of ordinary shareholders. 731 more words
Mathieu v. R. – TCC: Stock options not taxable – Court could not fix “loophole” for the Crown’s benefit.
Mathieu v. The Queen (June 27, 2014 – 2014 TCC 207, Paris J.).
Précis: Michel Mathieu, his wife Doris Landry and son, Ken Mathieu controlled Forages Garant & Frères inc. 1,828 more words