American corporations should be complaining about their taxes. The United States has the highest corporate tax rate in the industrialized world – a 39 percent combined state and federal rate, and the highest statutory corporate tax rate among all OECD
Adblock Plus, a startup that poses a serious threat to internet advertising, won a significant precedent-setting case on April 22 that confirmed its right to block ads. Two newspaper publishers sought financial relief and challenged the legal status of Adblock
Somewhere in Beijing, Xi Jinping is pumping his fist like he just won the lottery. On April 15, the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) announced its official approval of 57 prospective founding members. As of that date, the bank
Last year, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the most prestigious international financial institution in the world, ranked China as the largest economic superpower in the world (IMF, 2014). With a 2014 GDP estimate of $17.6 trillion dollars ($300 billion higher
Think back to the last time you heard someone mention a home phone, or even the word landline. Months ago, maybe even years ago? That may be an exaggeration, but the demise of the home phone is not.
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What do I hear? What do I hear？ Continue reading… You ask yourself repeatedly as you materialize into the battle zone. At first, the only audible sounds are the wind teasing the fabrics of the broken billboards and your heavy boots trampling
Back when I lived in South Korea, video games were a big part of everyone’s lives even though many parents forbade their children from playing and going to PC bangs—rooms full of high-speed computers accompanied by plush, rolling chairs. My