It might soon be time to sound the corporate tax inversion alarms again.
Silicon Valley might be famous for its free cafeterias, but behind all those fancy food spreads is a burgeoning corporate tax question.
Nearly 20 companies have shifted their corporate tax-paying duties abroad since 2003.
Democratic senators propose to make it harder for corporations to escape U.S. tax rates by merging with foreign companies.
Whether abolishing the corporate income tax will mostly benefit shareholders or workers is an empirical question.
And House Republicans agree on it! Well, on part of it.