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U.S. companies pay less income tax than their overseas competitors and would likely continue to do so under a tax hike proposed by President Joe Biden, according to a Reuters analysis of filings by hundreds of U.S. and international firms.
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Technology · 11:38 AM UTCGoogle in EU crosshairs again with advertising antitrust inquiry
Google was in the EU antitrust spotlight again on Tuesday as regulators opened an investigation into whether its digital advertising business gives the Alphabet (GOOGL.O) unit an unfair advantage over rivals and advertisers.
U.S. · 11:57 AM UTCAs NYC faces steep recovery, voters head to polls in mayoral election
Voters in New York City head to the polls on Tuesday to select Democratic and Republican nominees for mayor, following a campaign dominated by debate over public safety as the city recovers from the pandemic and confronts a surge in shootings.