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April 30th, 2012
07:58 AM ET

Is Apple avoiding billions in taxes? Christine Romans on the company's tax policies and strategies

Apple's tax policies have been under a microscope after a critical story in the New York Times over the weekend. It has been revealed that part of Apple’s tax strategy is running office operations in states with low corporate tax rates like Nevada and low-tax countries like Ireland. Christine Romans explains.


Filed under: Apple • Minding Your Business
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  1. Robet

    Why are people singling out and attacking Apple. All corporations look for the best tax solutions for their owners, the shareholders. What was that comment about "if Apple gets bigger they can expect more..." Why aren't you attacking the unions that make it difficult for Apple and any U.S. corporation to manufacture in the U.S.?

    April 30, 2012 at 11:29 pm | Reply

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