The tech stock is very large and very liquid, and it's a leader.
Earning from $68.6 million to $88.5 million, these guys left the boss's paltry $4.7 million behind in 2012. Will they earn it this year?
The president and his wife report an effective tax rate of 18.4% for 2012.
As the selloff in gold has resumed, investors need to be on alert for signs of a pullback in equities as well.
Some economists say Americans making $3 million or more can handle a levy of up to 66% with no harm.
It's pretty clear that US businesses are socked more than their global peers, but just how much they actually pay is quite murky.
One of the largest exchanges for the digital currency blames panic selling, tamping down speculation about a hacker attack.
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