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But the pirates have a silent partner: the United States. Regarding corporate taxation as politically necessary but economically suspect, they have responded to tax evasion by making disapproving noises. Little wonder the United States collects a smaller share of tax revenue from corporations than any other major economy does. It has won the support of other leading economies for an international minimum corporate tax rate. The Biden administration could achieve many of its goals without a deal by legislating changes to U.S. tax law.
Persons: haven’t, Biden Organizations: Republican Party, Senate, Democrats Locations: Luxembourg, Ireland, Bermuda, United States, pare
Analysis: G7 global tax plan may hit corporate titans unevenly
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( Tom Bergin | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
Four tax specialists concurred with Reuters’ methodology but noted that there is still uncertainty about how the measures would be applied, including which tax breaks are included in the 15% minimum overseas tax. Applying the same methodology to J&J, and its 2020 global profits of $16.5 billion, the healthcare company would see its global tax bill rise by about $270 million as a result of the first measure. Also at issue is which country the profit is moved from and to - and therefore what the increase in tax rate is. Excluding the impact of the first proposed measure, increasing the tax rate on overseas income to 15% would mean $45 million of additional tax. Applying a 15% tax rate to that overseas income figure would result in $990 million in additional taxes, according to Reuters’ calculations.
Persons: Rishi Sunak, Stefan Rousseau, Johnson, José Castañeda, , Organizations: Lancaster House, Reuters, Google, Inc, UK Treasury, Organization for Economic Cooperation, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, U.S, United States, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom, Paris, Bermuda
British 'Treasure Island' tax havens face a tempest
  + stars: | 2021-06-07 | by ( Guy Faulconbridge | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
Britain's exotic network of "Treasure Island" tax havens could be facing the biggest threat to its existence in half a century after the United States and its allies pledged to squeeze more tax out of large, profitable multinational companies. read more"This is a turning moment," said Alex Cobham, chief executive of the Tax Justice Network, an advocacy group which campaigns against tax avoidance. The world loses out on $427 billion a year due to corporate and personal tax evasion, according to Tax Justice Network estimates. About $245 billion of that is lost to multinationals shifting profit into tax havens and the other $182 billion is lost to wealthy individuals squirreling away assets. The G7 tax deal will make corporate tax havens much less attractive as it gives countries the right to add a top-up tax on companies' profits in countries with tax rates lower than the global minimum.
Persons: Alex Cobham, Cobham, Richard Murphy, Murphy Organizations: Seven, Tax Justice Network, Justice Network, London, Overseas, British Virgin Islands, Sheffield University Management School, Banking, Thomson Locations: United States, Buckingham, British, United Kingdom, Overseas Territories, Bermuda, British Virgin, Cayman Islands, Gibraltar, Turks, Caicos Islands, Ireland, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Switzerland
The Mystery of the $113 Millıon Deli
  + stars: | 2021-06-02 | by ( Jesse Barron | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
The main reason to use a reverse merger is to get access to more capital. The most notorious run of shell-company reverse mergers occurred between 2006 and 2012. Not all Chinese firms could list directly on U.S. exchanges, though, so they went public via reverse mergers instead. In a much-cited Harvard Business School paper from 2013, researchers found a correlation between reverse mergers in Delaware and clean S.E.C. The only detail that doesn’t matter at all is what business, if any, the shell company claims to transact before the reverse merger devours it.
Persons: Paul Y, Laura Anthony, Anthony L.G, PLLC, , , Carson Block, Dan David Organizations: Hong Kong Stock Exchange, , Management Contracting, Shell, Fortune, Harvard Business School, Harvard, Environmental Company, Summit Networks Inc, Shenzhen Houmu Wealth Management Company, XXStream Entertainment Locations: Bermuda, U.S, Costa Rican, China, Hong Kong, . Delaware, Delaware, Nevada, transact, Latvia, Shenzhen
EU reaches deal on tax transparency for multinational firms
  + stars: | 2021-06-01 | by ( Jan Strupczewski | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
But data on tax paid in other countries outside the EU and not on the tax havens blacklist will only be given in aggregated form as EU governments did not want to agree to a more detailed country-by-country breakdown. The Oxfam charity group criticised that saying many of the world’s tax havens were not on the EU list of non-cooperative jurisdictions and therefore would avoid scrutiny. “EU legislators have granted multinational corporations plenty of opportunities to continue dodging taxes in secrecy by shifting their profits to tax havens outside the EU, like Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, and Switzerland,” Oxfam’s tax expert Chiara Putaturo said. But some members of the European Parliament who negotiated the deal said it would still help make the tax system fairer. The text of the agreement must now go through formal adoption in two European Parliament committees and the parliament’s plenary and in the Council of EU governments.
Persons: Chiara Putaturo, , Ernest Urtasun Organizations: Union, European Commission, EU, Oxfam, Tax, Network Locations: BRUSSELS, EU, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Switzerland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands
Can You Pull Off a Shorts Suit Like LeBron James?
  + stars: | 2021-05-25 | by ( Jacob Gallagher | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
THOM BROWNE is America’s foremost authority on shorts suits. In April, Alan Kim, the dimple-faced 9-year-old star of “Minari,” attended the Oscars in an adorable pint-size Thom Browne shorts suit. In landlocked locales, the shorts suit has had shorter luck—not that fashion labels haven’t tried to force the issue. In the early 2010s, J.Crew introduced shorts versions of its popular Ludlow suit, but the option fizzled out after a couple of years. When Drew Taylor, 34, moved to scorching Atlanta five years ago, he wanted an everyday shorts suit, but it proved elusive.
Persons: THOM BROWNE, baring, LeBron James, Alan Kim, , , Thom Browne, Browne, That’s, haven’t, Hardy Amies, J.Crew, Ludlow, Drew Taylor, Browne’s, Mr, Taylor, hemming Organizations: Evening Locations: New York, Manhattan, Bermuda, London, British, Atlanta, Boston
The Week in Business: Crypto’s Crashes
  + stars: | 2021-05-23 | by ( Charlotte Cowles | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
The policy is meant to deter corporations from sheltering their operations in tax havens such as Bermuda and the British Virgin Islands. But a number of governments have been hesitant to sign on for fear that they’ll scare off businesses. Eyeing the CompetitionCongress wants to bolster the United States’ ability to compete with China and is willing to throw money at the problem. The senate is working on a bill that would invest $120 billion in the nation’s development of cutting-edge technology and manufacturing. The testimony could affect how lawmakers seek to regulate Wall Street in the coming years.
Persons: Biden, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Internal Revenue Service, U.S . Treasury Department, Competition, Union, JPMorgan, Bank of America, Banking, House Financial Locations: Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, States, China
NHC says subtropical storm Ana forms over the Atlantic
  + stars: | 2021-05-22 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.92   time to read: 1 min
Subtropical Storm Ana, the first named storm of the season, has formed northeast of Bermuda in the Atlantic Ocean, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said on Saturday. The system is located about 200 miles (320 km) northeast of Bermuda, packing maximum sustained winds of 45 mph (75 kph), the NHC added. Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Ana Organizations: U.S, National Hurricane Center, NHC, Thomson Locations: Bermuda
Subtropical cyclone forecast to form off Bermuda on Friday, says U.S. NHC
  + stars: | 2021-05-20 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.92   time to read: 1 min
A low pressure system off Bermuda is forecast to develop into a subtropical cyclone northeast of Bermuda by Friday, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) said on Thursday. The system, with an about 70% chance of developing into a cyclone, is now located about 800 miles east of Bermuda, the NHC said. Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Organizations: National Hurricane Center, NHC, Thomson Locations: Bermuda
(CNN) The Atlantic hurricane season doesn't officially begin for another 12 days, but the early signs are it may end up being yet another very busy one. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) issued it's seasonal Atlantic hurricane forecast Thursday afternoon. The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30 and NOAA is just one of more than a dozen academic institutions , government agencies and private forecasting companies that put out seasonal projections. Another highly respected forecaster is Colorado State University, which was the first entity to issue a seasonal tropical forecast. So, for the moment, El Niño's calming effect on the Atlantic hurricane season does not seem likely for 2021.
Persons: doesn't, Taylor Ward, Phil Klotzbach, Klotzbach, El Niño, Niña, That's, LaNina, 5zlzaYJ1Lp, Storm Andres, Andres, Adrian, it's, Ana, Arthur, Ken Graham Organizations: CNN, Atlantic, Atmospheric Administration, NOAA, Colorado State University, CSU, El, Center, CPC, ENSO, Northern, Prediction, National Hurricane Center Locations: El, Bermuda, Ana, Pacific, Baja California
Kate Bright, 42, is the founder and CEO of security firm Umbra International, based in the UK. Kate Bright, the 42-year-old founder and CEO of Umbra International, is one of the foremost security specialists for ultra-high-net-worth individuals anywhere. Kate Bright with her kids. Kate Bright cycling across Belgium on a charity ride for Supporting Wounded Veterans. Kate Bright multitasking in the hyperbaric chamber at LMS Wellness Chelsea.
Persons: Kate Bright, who's, Bright, She'll, she's, Ned, she'd, Bright's, , Walpole Organizations: International, Umbra, netball, London, London Meditation, brawn, . Security, decompress, Soho, LMS Wellness Chelsea, Royal Ascot, Dunhill, Royal, Worshipful Company, Security Locations: Switzerland, South Africa, Dubai, Singapore, London, Belgium, Belgravia, Bermuda, Bahamas, Mykonos, COVID, Britain, Dorchester
Uber used around 50 Dutch shell companies to help reduce its global tax burden, an Australian research group found. Despite earning $5.8 billion in global revenues in 2019, Uber claimed a $4.5 billion loss for tax purposes. One researcher called Uber's alleged scheme "the Champions League of tax avoidance." Uber has been using a complex tax shelter involving around 50 Dutch shell companies to reduce its global tax bill, according to recent research from the Center for International Corporate Tax Accountability and Research. "This is the Champions League of tax avoidance," CICTAR principal analyst Jason Ward told Dutch news magazine De Groene Amsterdammer.
Persons: Uber, Jason Ward, Amsterdammer, Ward, CICTAR, Groene, Joe Biden Organizations: Champions League, Center for International Corporate, Research, Service, Tax, Network Locations: Australian, China, Australia, Bermuda, Netherlands, Singapore, India
That same month, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings announced a sweeping vaccine mandate. Now, the cruise line may have to boycott sailing out of Florida. Now, Norwegian Cruise Line, which will be requiring its guests and crew to be vaccinated, may have to stop sailing out of the Sunshine State. But ultimately, this executive order could cause the cruise line to stop sailing out of Florida if state law applies. However, Del Rio hopes the cruise line won't have to move its ships out of the state's "very lucrative market": "Everyone wants to operate out of Florida," Del Rio said.
Persons: Ron DeSantis, Frank Del Rio, DeSantis, Cody McCloud, Del, Del Rio Organizations: Florida Gov, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, Cruise, Sunshine State, Regent Seven Seas, Carnival, Royal, US Centers for Disease Control Locations: Florida, Norwegian, Oceania, Del Rio, Royal Caribbean, Caribbean, Bermuda
Amazon Had a Big Year, but Paid No Tax to Luxembourg
  + stars: | 2021-05-04 | by ( Jenny Gross | Adam Satariano | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Amazon had a record-breaking year in Europe in 2020, as the online giant took in revenue of 44 billion euros while people were shopping from home during the pandemic. But the company ended up paying no corporate tax to Luxembourg, where the company has its European headquarters. The company’s European retail division reported a loss of €1.2 billion ($1.4 billion) to Luxembourg authorities, according to a recent financial filing, making it exempt from corporate taxes. Amazon was in compliance with Luxembourg’s regulations, and it pays taxes to other European countries on profits it makes on its retail operations and other parts of the business, like its fulfillment centers and its cloud computing services. But the filing is likely to provide fresh ammunition for European policymakers who have long tried to force American tech giants to pay more taxes.
Persons: Biden Organizations: Amazon Locations: Europe, Luxembourg, American, Ireland, Bermuda, Cayman Islands
A view of the exterior of the Nasdaq market site in the Manhattan borough of New York City, U.S., October 24, 2016. REUTERS/Shannon StapletonNasdaq Inc (NDAQ.O) reported a better-than-expected first-quarter profit on Wednesday, boosted by strength in its trading business against a backdrop of high market volatility and a surge in initial public offerings. That drove a 20% jump in revenue at Nasdaq's market services unit, its biggest business, to $338 million. More recently, cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase Global (COIN.O) started trading on Nasdaq, briefly becoming a $100-billion company, making it more valuable than Nasdaq and New York Stock Exchange owner Intercontinental Exchange (ICE.N) combined. Nasdaq provides market surveillance tools and technology to cryptocurrency exchanges.
Persons: Shannon Stapleton, Hashdex, Adena Friedman Organizations: Nasdaq, REUTERS, Inc, GameStop Corp, AMC Entertainment Holdings, New York Stock Exchange, Intercontinental Exchange, Bermuda Stock Exchange, Revenue, New, Thomson Locations: Manhattan, New York City, U.S, Refinitiv, New York
Marvell Technology officially completed its $10 billion acquisition of Inphi, expanding its reach in data centers and 5G network infrastructure. The deal closed on Wednesday, about one month after China approved the acquisition, Marvell CEO Matt Murphy told CNBC's Jim Cramer. "It's a very clean deal and there was overwhelming support from all of our customers globally, including in China." Inphi's chips transfer data over fiber-optic cables and its products are used by data-dependent companies like Amazon, Alphabet's Google and Facebook. Murphy said the tie-up makes it more viable for growth in the key end markets of 5G, cloud and automotive.
Persons: Marvell, Matt Murphy, CNBC's Jim Cramer, We're, Murphy, Ford Tamer Organizations: Marvell Technology, Google, Facebook, Marvell Locations: China, Delaware, Bermuda, Wednesday's
President Joe Biden wants to increase the corporate tax rate, and the US is working on a global minimum tax. Right now, US multinational companies are reporting the majority of their foreign profits in tax havens. The truth is multinationals are still paying taxes, but they're increasingly paying into international tax havens such as Bermuda and Singapore. That's the same package that included a decrease of the corporate tax rate to 21% from 35%. The US probably has the most leeway to continue running large deficits, but it is leading the charge on the global minimum tax."
Persons: Joe Biden, Gallup, I'm, Biden, He's, he's, Janet Yellen, they're, BofA, Pat Toomey Organizations: Gallup, Taxation, US Treasury, BofA Research, Department of Treasury, Republican Locations: Bermuda, Singapore, Cayman Islands, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Switzerland, America
A Valiant Air Command Pilot made a perfect emergency water landing in a TBM Avenger on a Florida beach. Spectators captured dramatic video of the Valiant Air Command's new Grumman TBM Avenger ditching (making an emergency water landing) on Saturday April 17, 2021, at the Cocoa Beach Air Show in Florida. There were no injuries reported in the impressive display of airmanship by the TBM Avenger pilot. Today the aircraft flies under civil registration number N108Q and is owned by the Valiant Air Command. The Grumman TBM Avenger involved in the incident was restored to flying status just over a year ago on January 11, 2020, following an extensive 18-year restoration to airworthiness.
Persons: Cmdr, Horace Bristol, George H.W, George H.W . Bush, Tico Bell Organizations: Valiant Air Command, Air, Grumman, TBM, US Navy Grumman, US Navy, Grumman TBM, Eastern Aircraft Division, General Motors Corporation, US Forestry Service, Georgia Forestry Commission Locations: Florida, Norfolk , Virginia, George H.W ., Davis , California, Macon , Georgia, Dakota, American, Bermuda
However, several cruise lines have already announced vaccine mandates. Florida and cruise companies could be locked in a battle over vaccine requirements as the state puts a ban on vaccine passports while cruise lines continue to mandate the jabs for passengers and crew. "Therefore, the Executive Order prohibits cruise lines from requiring vaccine passports for their Florida operations." Other cruise lines, such as Royal Caribbean, have held off on guest or crew requirements, instead opting to announce select "fully vaccinated" sailings. Regardless, it could be a while before we see any stand-off between the state and cruise lines interested in sailing out of Florida with a vaccine requirement.
Persons: Ron DeSantis, DeSantis, Cody McCloud, McCloud, Jim Walker —, Organizations: Florida Gov, CDC, GOP, Trump, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, Regent Seven Seas, Sun Sentinel, US Centers for Disease Control Locations: Florida, Norwegian, Oceania, Caribbean, Royal, Israel, Bermuda, Cyprus, South Florida
April 12 (Reuters) - Jardine Matheson Holdings Ltd said on Monday shareholders of Jardine Strategic Holdings Ltd approved its $5.5 billion purchase of the 15% stake it does not already own in the company at a special meeting. But several shareholders in Jardine Strategic voted against the deal, with some investor planning to apply to a Bermudan court to appraise the value of their shares, the Asian conglomerate said. A large number of investors who voted against the purchase were not shareholders of Jardine Strategic when the deal was announced on March 8, Jardine Matheson said in a statement. Jardine Strategic is a listed company holding most of the 189-year-old group’s major listed interests. Jardine Matheson, whose businesses include construction, aviation and automotive, had offered to pay $33 in cash for each share of Jardine Strategic, a premium of 20% to its close before the offer was made.
Persons: Jardine Matheson, Jardine, , Organizations: Jardine, Jardine Matheson Holdings, Jardine Strategic Holdings Ltd, Jardine Strategic, “ Jardine Strategic Shareholders, Court Locations: Bermuda
The Week in Business: Amazon Defeats the Union
  + stars: | 2021-04-11 | by ( ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
New jobless claims were up for the second consecutive week, a sign that employment gains, while still promising, will be uneven for a time. Even though employers added an impressive 916,000 jobs in March, the economy is still 8.4 million jobs short of where it was before the pandemic. And many sectors that were almost totally wiped out — like travel, restaurants and bars — are only now starting to come back. Ron DeSantis of Florida is suing the federal government to allow cruise ships to resume sailing from the state’s ports. Their communities suffered disproportionately from high death rates, and they were largely ineligible for unemployment insurance and other pandemic aid.
Persons: Giacomo Bagnara What’s, Coinbase, Ron DeSantis, DeSantis Organizations: Nasdaq, American, Centers for Disease Control Locations: United States, Florida, Caribbean, Bermuda, New York
Ron DeSantis says the state will sue the CDC to bring back cruise ships "immediately." The CDC has put a hold on the cruise industry since the COVID-19 pandemic first began. The cruise industry has fought back, instead arguing for a cruising return from US ports by July. Ron DeSantis announced Thursday that the state will be suing the federal government and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to bring back the cruise industry "immediately." "Cruise ships will de facto become the safest place on earth."
Persons: Ron DeSantis, DeSantis, Frank Del Rio, CNBC's Jim Cramer, facto Organizations: Florida Gov, CDC, US Centers for Disease Control, Cruise Lines International, Cruise Line Locations: Florida, Miami, Caribbean, Bermuda
Amazon Union Vote Count Begins: Live Updates
  + stars: | 2021-04-08 | by ( Karen Weise | Michael Corkery | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +27 min
Live Amazon Union Vote Count Begins: Live Updates RIGHT NOW Follow as votes are counted in unionization bid at Amazon facility in Alabama. Hundreds of ballots are being contested, mostly by Amazon according to the Retail Wholesale and Department Store Union. Unofficial Tally of Amazon Warehouse Unionization Votes 1,608 yes votes are needed for the union to win today. Since then, Amazon and the union have had a chance to challenge whether particular workers were eligible to vote. Along the way, the Tesla plant has faced protests by environmentalists and extensive public hearings.
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Opinion | Biden, Yellen and the War on Leprechauns
  + stars: | 2021-04-08 | by ( Paul Krugman | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
That’s why on paper Luxembourg, with just 600,000 people, hosts more foreign investment than the United States does. So the real problem with U.S. corporate tax policy isn’t loss of jobs, it’s loss of revenue — and the Trump tax cut made that problem worse. But they see the problem as the consequence of details of the tax code rather than the overall burden of taxation. What about warnings from corporate groups that raising taxes on corporations would have dire economic consequences? And if raising taxes would have such a negative effect, why did cutting taxes fail to produce any visible positive results?
Persons: hasn’t, , Janet Yellen, — isn’t Organizations: Monetary Fund, Trump, Biden Locations: Germany, China, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Luxembourg, United States, America
A Better Corporate Tax for America
  + stars: | 2021-04-07 | by ( Janet Yellen | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
When Congress enacted the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017, the result was a dramatic reduction in corporate tax revenue. Over the past three years, corporate tax collections have fallen to their lowest level since World War II: 1% of gross domestic product. The Made in America Tax Plan tilts the scales in favor of companies that invest in the U.S. Destructive tax competition will only end when enough major economies stop undercutting one another and agree to a global minimum tax. America’s corporate tax system has long been broken.
Persons: It’s, we’ve, Biden, Yellen Organizations: America, U.S, American Society of Civil Engineers, Organization for Economic Cooperation, Development, Biden, Jobs Plan, Washington Locations: U.S, America, The U.S, Bermuda, Switzerland
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