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Google Business NewsJan 21, 2018
Hello, my name is Jeff: Mr Amazon steps out of the shadows - The Independent

The Independent


As he was shaping Amazon into one of the world's most valuable companies, Bezos developed a reputation as a brilliant but mysterious and cold-blooded corporate titan. Now there is a concerted effort by him and the online giant to show more of his
Cities tell all: Dishing with Amazon's unsuccessful suitorsDetroit Free Press
Taxpayers, get ready to smooch Bezos' behindChicago Tribune
Here's why Jeff Bezos still drove a Honda long after he was a billionaireCNBC
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MarketWatchJan 20, 2018
MarketWatch First Take: Apple's tax shift means less cash than you think — but still plenty for a big acquisition
The iPhone maker will likely have $44 billion left over from its repatriation bonanza, once debts, promises and investments are taken into account. The big question is: What will the company known for strategic small acquisitions and conservative spending do with that money?

Google Business NewsJan 20, 2018
What's happening at the IRS during the shutdown? - WCVB Boston

WCVB Boston


The U.S. government is closed. And if it doesn't reopen by Monday, Americans expecting refunds or waiting to hear back from the IRS on an existing audit or other tax matter may be out of luck. The government shut down early Saturday after Congress
The IRS Faces a Big Challenge. A Shutdown Would Make It WorseThe Fiscal Times
US IRS issues more tax guidance on deemed repatriation of offshore earningsMNE Tax
Lance Joined by 4 Jersey Lawmakers to Sponsor Property Tax Prepayment BillTAPinto.net
VI Consortium (press release) -Brinkwire (press release)


Yahoo BusinessJan 20, 2018
How Income Tax on Social Security Became a $277 Billion Problem for Retirees
Many retirees are surprised that Social Security benefits can be taxed at all.


WSJ AsiaJan 20, 2018
Deadline Passes, Triggering Shutdown; Senate Rejects Short-Term Spending Bill
The deadline for funding the U.S. government passed without a new spending bill. Senators gathered on the chamber''s floor to discuss whether they could stitch together a last-minute deal after it was clear that the House''s one-month measure didn''t have the 60 votes it needed to clear a procedural hurdle.

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Google Business NewsJan 20, 2018
Trillium Asset Management LLC Buys 1363 Shares of Celgene Co. (CELG) - 10,000 Couples

10,000 Couples


Arcadia Investment Management Corp MI now owns 737 shares of the biopharmaceutical company's stock valued at $107,000 after purchasing an additional 400 shares in the last quarter. Celgene Corp now has $80.09 billion valuation. 8,098,686 shares of the
A Survey Of Celgene's M&A StrategyBenzinga
Birchview Capital LP Has $110.98 Million Position in Celgene Co. (NASDAQ:CELG)TrueBlueTribune
Celgene's (CELG) 'Hold' Rating Reiterated at Piper Jaffray CompaniesBBNS
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AdWeek NewsJan 19, 2018
Over 2 Billion People Use at Least One of the Top 5 Social Apps Each Month
Analytics platform App Annie released its 2017 Retrospective, analyzing mobile application usage around the world. The report showed that globally, more than 2 billion people use at least one of the top five social apps each month, on average. In India specifically, over 71 billion hours were spent in the top five social apps on...

WSJ US NewsJan 19, 2018
Senate Rejects Short-Term Spending Bill; Talks Continue as Shutdown Looms
The Senate rejected a short-term spending bill to keep the federal government operating, less than two hours before funding was expected to run out and trigger a shutdown of many government services. With no fallback plan, lawmakers and aides said they were expecting the government to shut down at 12:01 a.m. Saturday.

MarketWatch MarketPulseJan 19, 2018
Travel retailer Hudson sets IPO terms, to offer 34.9 million shares at $19 to $21 a pop
Travel retailer Hudson Ltd. set the terms for its planned initial public offering on Friday, saying it will offer 34.9 million shares priced at $19 to $21 each. The company is planning to list on the New York Stock Exchange, under the ticker symbol 'HUD'. Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, UBS, BofA Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs are lead managers with Banco Santander, BBVA, BNP Paribas, Credit Agricole, HSBC, Natixis, Raiffeisen Centrobank and Unicredit acting as co-managers. Hudson has 989 stores in 88 locations across North America, according to its prospectus, many of them in airports. Sales totaled $1.7 billion in the 12 months to end September, 2017.

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