Senior Reporter, ProPublica
Senior Reporter @ ProPublica. New York Times Dealbook columnist. Wall St+ Finance. Green Bay Packers.
bloomberg.com — U.S. Senate scrutiny of Apple Inc. (AAPL) 's tax strategies turned the spotlight on a unit with $30 billion in profit since 2009 that's incorporated in Ireland, controlled by a board in California, and doesn't pay taxes in either place.
nytimes.com — The words "I'm sorry" do not trip lightly off the lips of New York's financial set. A number of these worthies have visited cascading headaches on much of the country for the better part of a decade. Yet as scandal tumbles upon scandal, they offer so many variations on self-pity.
projects.propublica.org — Late Tuesday evening, President Obama signed the Disaster Relief Appropriations Act of 2013, which allocates $50.7 billion for Hurricane Sandy aid. Though the measure passed both the Senate and the House, many members of Congress voted no despite their own states receiving millions of dollars in federal disaster assistance in 2012.
gawker.com — Friday, Congress finally approved a $9.7 billion package to pay flood insurance claims from Hurricane Sandy. The measure was supposed to come to a vote earlier in the week, but was tabled by House Speaker John Boehner, drawing much criticism from both Democrats and his fellow Republicans...
huffingtonpost.com — PHOENIX -- By the values that have long governed American housing, Megan and Danny Gilbertson are precisely the sorts of people who are supposed to now be buying a home. They have good credit, steady jobs and decades worth of earning potential ahead of them, but not a lot of money for a down payment.
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