Companies want to relocate offshore to dodge Uncle Sam, but investors holding shares in taxable accounts will pay.
Stocks and the economy are doing better than most investors expected, strategists note.
Puma Biotechnology shares soar after it says it wants to file for marketing approval of an experimental breast cancer drug.
The company pulled Zilmax last year amid resistance from cattle processors. Now, it wants to run a test on 250,000 animals.
The approval of Afrezza has catapulted the company's shares, but don't get suckered into chasing it.
For all the battles over Obamacare and the future of medicine in America, the industry has continued to grow.
Medtronic is spending $43 billion to buy an Irish rival. In doing so, it moves its tax domicile out of the US.
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