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How Microsoft and HP avoid corporate taxes
It's no secret that some of America's largest corporations engage in complicated accounting in order to minimize their taxes.
7 Reasons To Buy Microsoft Today
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is a cash cow dividend stock. I have accumulated a position based upon the company's focus upon dividend growth.
Microsoft: The Next Ashton-Tate
There's a long list of top-five software companies that went to nearly nothing in a flash: Software Publishing Corporation, Borland, Ashton-Tate, Openwave, and so on. I worked for several of these. So I can provide credible assurance that Microsoft ...
Microsoft Blew It With Windows Mobile And Windows Phone
On September 5th, Nokia (NYSE:NOK) announced its two newest Lumia smartphone devices that will be running on Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows Phone 8 operating system at Nokia World 2012. We were disappointed in how Nokia handled the ...
Revisiting Microsoft's Dividend Growth
Yet another anticipated dividend increase is here. Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has just announced a dividend increase of 15%. The new dividend of 23 cents a share will start from December of this year, with an ex-dividend date in November.
Microsoft Avoided Billions in U.S. Tax, Senate Memo Says
Such financial maneuvers “may be in your temporary interest as a corporation,” Levin told Bill Sample, Microsoft's corporate vice president for worldwide tax, at the hearing. “It increases your profits and reduces your taxes, but there's a heavy cost ...
The price isn't right  The Economist (blog)
Senate Panel Points to 'Tax Avoidance' by Microsoft and HP
Samsung Is Guilty: No Effect On Windows 8 Phone Sales
Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) cheerleaders, of course, would beg to differ. Logically, Samsung's loss would force this corporation to abandon its Android platform and begin to aggressively hawk Windows 8 phones in the United States. In reality, Samsung is ...
Google can't enforce German Microsoft injunction: ruling
SAN FRANCISCO A U.S. appeals court on Friday ruled that Google Inc's Motorola Mobility unit cannot enforce a patent injunction that it obtained against Microsoft Corp in Germany, diminishing Google's leverage in the ongoing smartphone patent wars.
US Courts Reject German Injunction Order in Microsoft v. Google Patent Battle  Patently-O
How Microsoft Can Free Its Foreign Source Cash And Return It To Shareholders
On September 18, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) announced that it would increase its quarterly per share dividend payout from $.20 to $.23.
Senate report says Microsoft sidesteps billions in taxes
The case study will also show how Microsoft's U.S. parent corporation transferred the U.S. rights to intellectual property offshore, and then bought back a portion of those rights to make U.S.