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  1. Did $2 Billion in Google Tax Money Disappear in Bermuda Triangle?

    News of the tax dodging comes as governments from around the world begin decrying corporate tax avoidance. Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) Dan Smith in a statement on corporate tax dodging. The legal techniques are used to reduce corporate...

  2. How to Google-Proof Your Small Business SEM Strategy

    Accountants can write about a recent change to the tax code that can save money. These entrepreneurs are seeking stability just like the rest of corporate America. Small business owners already live on the edge, often with large debt and little...

  3. IRS Audits Google's Off-Shore Tax Strategies

    This includes $1 billion saved by allocating profits to a Bermuda-based law firm (where corporate income tax is non-existent), the use of the Google Ireland Holdings for licensing and intellectual properties, and the amount charged for licensing...

  4. Microsoft's Net Income Increases by 2%

    Microsoft's ability to attract and retain talented employees; delays in product development and related product release schedules; significant business investments that may not gain customer acceptance and produce offsetting increases in revenue...

  5. Zappos + Twitter = Innovative Success!

    retweet: @RobertBluey "I got a great deal on a new LG washer and dryer @TheHomeDepot.off, no Virginia sales tax, free delivery.mrlevy Hi - did you purchase the grill from us? That's the corporate quid pro quo.

  6. Q&A with Jamie Welsh of 10% Solution

    For example, a company must commit 1% of sales or 5% of pre-tax profits. Finding the best non-profit to connect with for donations and employee volunteerism that align with your corporate values: http://www.justgive.org/, http://www.networkforgood...

  7. Google: The Spy Who Loved Me

    SEOs, contact your local Congressional Representative for paid links - paid for with your hard-earned tax dollars. That's the way major media outlets and journalists typically link: to each other; to corporate sites; to universities.