It is rare that a piece of corporate accounting and tax
planning should be the topic of wide public discourse. But the
number of US tax inversion deals launched over the past year
has sparked both the public's and politicians' interest.
|Do any more US politicians want to
blame companies for the country’s inversion
This has been further heightened by the involvement of
several household names in these types of deals. Pfizer, Burger
King, and Walgreens (which eventually decided against a tax
inversion despite a merger with British company Alliance
The response has been a mix of corporate shaming, proposed
legislation, and discussions about...