Money Stuff: Exxon Has a Tough Green Activist - Bloomberg

Money Stuff: Exxon Has a Tough Green Activist - Bloomberg


Money Stuff: Exxon Has a Tough Green Activist - Bloomberg

Posted: 26 May 2021 10:04 AM PDT

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The Brief: Fintech in Latin America, racial equity in Georgia, impact in listed equities, plastic proliferators, emissions and diversity disclosure - ImpactAlpha

Posted: 09 Jun 2021 04:08 AM PDT

ImpactAlpha, Jun. 2 – The very rich are different, as F. Scott Fitzgerald once observed. One of those differences is the prerogative to put

Chuck Royce's Firm Makes Changes to 3 Positions in May - Yahoo Finance

Posted: 08 Jun 2021 10:42 AM PDT

Reuters

Big countries' tax deal to reveal rift in Europe

BRUSSELS (Reuters) -A global deal on corporate tax looks set to bring to a climax a deep-seated European Union battle, pitting large members Germany, France and Italy against Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. The European Commission, the EU's executive, has long struggled to get agreement within the bloc on a common approach to taxation, a freedom which has been jealously guarded by all its 27 members, both large and small. "The traditional EU tax holdouts are trying to keep the framework as flexible as possible so that they can continue to do business more or less as usual," Rebecca Christie of Brussels-based think tank Bruegel said.

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