Allan Sloan finds some of this year’s corporate comings and goings in the Fortune 500 list especially interesting.
Romney Tax Plan Adds $600 Billion to Deficit, Analysis Says
(Bloomberg, January 7, 2012; 10:01 AM)
How Donald Trump treats numbers differently from most people
(The Washington Post, July 24, 2015; 2:34 PM)
Jared Kushner’s immigrant grandmother complained of America’s ‘closed doors’
(The Washington Post, June 23, 2018; 6:00 AM)
Let’s run the fantasy math on Social Security
(The Washington Post, July 20, 2017; 3:10 PM)
Saudi Arabia’s smart strategy on bonds and expected oil IPO doesn’t negate investor risks
(The Washington Post, October 28, 2016; 11:55 AM)
He’s not Donald Trump, but Warren Buffett is no saint when it comes to taxes
(The Washington Post, October 14, 2016; 8:00 AM)
How Trump got a personal tax break by defaulting on loans
(The Washington Post, October 10, 2016; 3:36 PM)
The most shocking part of Donald Trump’s tax records isn’t the $916 million loss everyone’s talking about
(The Washington Post, October 2, 2016; 4:22 PM)
My son saw a crime and called 911. No one came.
(The Washington Post, March 3, 2016; 6:00 AM)
Confused about the to-do at Yahoo? You can thank the IRS for that.
(The Washington Post, December 5, 2015; 6:17 PM)
6 reasons you can’t believe anything Donald Trump says about his $9 billion net worth
(The Washington Post, June 16, 2015; 2:18 PM)
How the Fortune 500 keeps kicking out companies that desert America
(The Washington Post, June 16, 2015; 8:00 AM)
Chris Christie’s budget ‘sins’ in New Jersey
(The Washington Post, April 17, 2015; 4:11 PM)
Obama has a sweet retirement deal. Will you?
(The Washington Post, May 2, 2013; 7:24 PM)
Allan Sloan: Buying bonds at today’s ultra-low rates isn’t safe
(The Washington Post, June 6, 2013; 8:16 PM)
The truth about the great financial meltdown: Round 2
(The Washington Post, July 6, 2012; 8:07 PM)
Fannie Mae’s role in debt reduction is merely creative accounting
(The Washington Post, July 11, 2013; 6:48 PM)
Sears and J.C. Penney: A pair of cautionary tales
(The Washington Post, March 22, 2013; 10:04 AM)
It’s time for the grown-ups to step up in Washington
(The Washington Post, August 31, 2012; 10:42 AM)
In a year of economic chaos and complexity, three columns that had both
(The Washington Post, December 30, 2011; 7:27 PM)
Same old song: Big firms refuse to clear up tax issue
(The Washington Post, November 16, 2011; 5:45 PM)
Procter & Gamble and the art of tax avoidance
(The Washington Post, October 20, 2011; 2:30 PM)
Deals: Allan Sloan on S&P downgrade of U.S. debt
(The Washington Post, April 26, 2011; 6:05 PM)
Even when he’s wrong, Buffett gets it right
(The Washington Post, March 8, 2011; 9:00 PM)
Shareholder money finances Murdoch family deals
(The Washington Post, February 24, 2011; 9:13 PM)
John Paul Stevens, the rule-of-law justice
(The Washington Post, July 17, 2019; 1:48 PM)
I accused a powerful man of misconduct. The consequences are daunting.
(The Washington Post, September 19, 2018; 3:50 PM)
Trump’s farm bailout is burning bridges in blue states
(The Washington Post, July 27, 2018; 4:12 PM)
How late-in-life dads — like Trump — are eligible for a Social Security bonus
(The Washington Post, March 2, 2018; 6:07 AM)
The case for restoring earmarks
(The Washington Post, January 23, 2018; 2:20 PM)
History frowns on partisan gerrymandering
(The Washington Post, October 1, 2017; 7:57 PM)
Is it time to start worrying about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac again?
(The Washington Post, October 28, 2016; 5:17 PM)
The president doesn’t need Congress’s permission to close Guantanamo
(The Washington Post, November 6, 2015; 7:39 PM)
Behind Christie’s budget claims, a more controversial legacy
(The Washington Post, April 17, 2015; 6:21 PM)
Deciphering financial markets in the short term is a losing game
(The Washington Post, January 9, 2015; 5:52 PM)
William Gibson’s ‘The Peripheral’ stars a plucky female gamer with 3D printing skills
(The Washington Post, October 27, 2014; 4:47 PM)
A strategy for investing offshore cash that beats inversion
(The Washington Post, October 24, 2014; 7:10 PM)
Corporate tax dodgers leave the rest of us to foot the bill
(The Washington Post, July 12, 2014; 1:18 PM)
The IRS isn’t the only agency with an e-mail problem
(The Washington Post, June 27, 2014; 7:46 PM)
(Not quite) Made in America: Let’s fix the problem of firms fleeing the U.S. tax code
(The Washington Post, May 30, 2014; 12:27 PM)
How Warren Buffett and Don Graham are saving $675 million in taxes
(The Washington Post, April 10, 2014; 7:31 PM)
Two bright ideas from the feds: Who’ve have thought?
(The Washington Post, March 20, 2014; 8:32 PM)
The Federal Reserve cash cow is giving less, but taxpayers got to skim the cream
(The Washington Post, January 10, 2014; 8:18 PM)
The lesson of Lehman: Be prepared for unexpected consequences. And we’re not.
(The Washington Post, August 30, 2013; 6:11 PM)
Government profits from Ally? Go figure!
(The Washington Post, July 2, 2013; 7:34 AM)
How Zell is sinking Tribune a second time around
(The Washington Post, June 20, 2013; 6:58 PM)
Agreeing to disagree on Obama’s retirement package
(The Washington Post, May 9, 2013; 9:01 PM)
What Apple’s stock buyback shows about corporate tax games
(The Washington Post, April 25, 2013; 8:14 PM)
The real reason corporate tax reform is going nowhere fast
(The Washington Post, April 11, 2013; 8:11 PM)