James Liang, who worked for Volkswagen for two decades, in both Germany and the United States, entered a plea in Detroit federal court, though it remains unclear whether he is cooperating with the investigation.
In 2004, Congress enacted the Domestic Production Activities Deduction as a way to provide tax relief for manufacturers in the U.S. Make sure you're taking advantage of its generous provisions.
The smaller political party in the Australian ruling coalition pitches the increase because "the state and taxpayers have facilitated a huge expansion of the iron ore industry at a great cost," while Rio Tinto says the tax would be...
Microsoft calls the decision a win for the protection of privacy rights, while the DoJ maintains that “lawfully accessing information stored by American providers outside the United States ... is crucial to fulfilling our mission to protect...
Two amendments approved to an appropriations bill would ban sales from Boeing and European rival Airbus.
The Defend Trade Secrets Act creates a "federal remedy that will provide a consistent, harmonized legal framework and help avoid the commercial injury and loss of employment that can occur when trade secrets are stolen."
One of the nation's major chemical safety laws is receiving a significant update after 40 years. EPA’s oversight of chemicals manufactured, sold or distributed in the U.S. will be greatly expanded, as will be the processes by which...
The Pentagon budgets about $15 million every year for athletic shoes vouchers, but not all of it goes to buy American-made footwear. New Balance hopes a 75-year-old law will force the Senate to change that.
The consequences for industry and consumers injured by 3D-printed products are potentially far-reaching, and could include legislative remedies.
States offer important lessons for how to handle corporate tax reform.