U.S.-based multinational corporations move an average of $12 billion in taxable income back into the country each year, tax free, through complex mergers and acquisitions. That’s according to new research by Emanuel Zur, an assistant professor of business at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, and two coauthors. "This is the first time anyone has provided large-scale
President Obama’s proposed fee on big banks would hurt homebuyers and fail to control risk-taking by those firms with more than $50 billion in assets, says Clifford Rossi, professor of the practice at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. The proposal, slated for inclusion in tonight’s State of the Union address, would
Experts Map Cyber Governance in UMD Business-Public Policy Forum
The fledgling cyberinsurance industry needs stronger data analysis fed by companies more willing to self-report cyber incidents.
That assessment, by Department of Homeland Security Senior Cybersecurity Strategist Tom Finan, was part of the annual Financial Information Systems and Cybersecurity Forum on Jan. 14, 2015, co-hosted by the Robert H. Smith School of Business and School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland.
The World Bank warns permanent stagflation faces euro-currency countries. Countering the threat, the European Central Bank (ECB) sets to unleash a round of quantitative easing (QE), which means creating money to buy financial assets, including government bonds.