Patrick Romain - PR Newswire
Rebecca Shabad - The Hill
Zoe Carpenter - The Nation
Matthew Green - KQED's The Lowdown
Jasmine Tucker - Truthout
David Lerman - Bloomberg Business Week
Dan Ritter - Wall Street Cheat Sheet
Amanda Alix - The Motley Fool
No doubt you've been hearing about corporate "inversion" lately, whereby a U.S. company merges with an overseas entity, then restructures its operations so that its new home base is in the foreign country – which, almost always, has a lower corporate tax rate.
Dylan Matthews - Vox
John Light - Bill Moyers & Company
An illustration of how billions of dollars in tax loopholes could be used to support other social needs like education, public safety, and infrastructure.