"… t lists six times when Biden voted against repealing the 1993 tax hike.– Eugene Kiely …"
"… als and found that 27 of the cash-flush firms, including Apple, Google and Microsoft, had invested almost $250 billion in the United States.“Those foreign ea …"
"… have brought home almost all their “trapped” funds. Apple, Google and Microsoft, for example, have brought back from 76 to 100 percent of their offshore e …"
"… mpanies are already awash in cash, noted Heritage scholars J.D. Foster and Curtis S. Dubay. And “for those rare instances in which outside financing is needed, int …"
"… rom a table supplied by Obama’s Treasury Department in support of his “Buffett Rule” proposal. What this breakdown shows is that the average tax rate for th …"
"… by the Government Accountability Office (GAO), various federal Offices of Inspector General (OIG), and other government entities.NATIONAL SECURITYA review of …"
"… by the Government Accountability Office (GAO), various federal Offices of Inspector General (OIG), and other government entities.NATIONAL SECURITYThe Federal Emergenc …"
"… that they don't miss out on any deductions. But when corporate giants like Detroit-based DTE Energy want to save millions, they turn to Washington, D.C., lob …"
"… ning over its Waterworks to a private consortium controlled by Thames Water and Vivendi, the city was engulfed in a powerful sewage smell, w …"
"… en when things like monitoring and maintenance are cut to the bone."Thames Water denied staffing levels had anything to do with the incident, claiming that …"
"… hing to do with the incident, claiming that the employment level at United Water, the Australian consortium, is quite high compared to United Kingdom stand …"
"… s environment, quality and sustainability division, told ICIJ. United Water has concurred that it "should have done more" to deal with the events lead …"
"… Suez, Vivendi, Thames and Saur have proven to be masters at this skill. In Europe, they ally themselves with city mayors or top managers. In South America a …"
"… ter this company." …"
"… eighborhoods often backed up because the pipes were below the level of the Bogotá River."Many times I could not go to work because I had to stay home and he …"
"… ad no access to tap water and had to collect rainwater in buckets and pans.Bogotá is a fast-growing city of 7 million people spread across a broad plateau, …"
"… wing city of 7 million people spread across a broad plateau, the Sabana de Bogotá, which sweeps up the forested slopes of the Andes, 2,600 meters (8,500 fee …"
"… company defaulted on about $700 million in loans and threatened to reduce water services unless the government guaranteed the loans in U.S. dollars. The government …"
"… shantytowns around Buenos Aires by 1993, only 50 percent were connected to water services, and 65 percent did not have sewer connections.Capital was needed in large …"
"… entinas' president Cassagne threatened in February 2002 to suspend certain water services and all of the company's construction plans unless the Argentine central b …"
"… of the Municipal Services Project.Despite best intentions, the ANC blundersRonnie Kasrils got the first hint that his government's cost recovery policy was not work …"
"… es and the private companies argued over responsibility. In Hamilton, Ontario, a private company took several years before it agreed to settle fines aft …"