- Guru Focus5 days ago
After drawing funds from Treasury for the first time since 2012 earlier this year to fund one-time charges related to corporate tax reform, Fannie plans to resume dividend payments to ...
- The Business Journals5 days ago
BKD LLP is buying a portion of the audit and tax divisions in Grant Thornton LLP's Wichita office. As a result of the transaction, the Springfield-based accounting firm will become the top firm in that city based on number of CPAs.
- The Business Journals4 days ago
The acquisition is expected to close on May 21.
Addison-based JupiterMLP LLC planning VLCC tanker service for Port of Brownsville - San Antonio Business JournalThe Business Journals1 day ago
A Dallas-area midstream company plans to add super tanker service to its planned export terminal at the Port of Brownsville.
City a 'goldilocks' real estate market, but problems developing - Columbus - Columbus Business FirstThe Business Journals6 days ago
At its annual state of real estate forum on Wednesday, SVN's Columbus brokerage group said the positive momentum of the economy and a more favorable tax climate for businesses are boosting ...
- The Business Journals7 days ago
Austin and other finalist cities for Amazon HQ2 are watching how the e-commerce giant responds to a new tax in Seattle that could cost the company $11 million annually.
On May 09, the US retailer said it will acquire India’s leading online retailer Flipkart for $16 billion (Rs 1 lakh crore) in what is possibly the world’s largest e-commerce deal ever. While ...
- Light Reading5 days ago
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Zuck to face Eurocrats over data privacy shenanigans; MTS claims LAA breakthrough; ADVA's encryption wins.
- The Business Journals6 days ago
Sen. Robert Hertzberg says the bill would better align the state's tax code with shifts in the economy. Business interest groups argue the legislation would place a disproportionate burden on small businesses.
Supreme Court's sports betting decision may pit Maryland's casinos against race tracks — again - Washington Business JournalThe Business Journals1 day ago
Casinos applauded the ruling — and some have already started weighing in on how it should be applied in the state.