The president's proposal tilts toward businesses and does help most individuals, but it's likely bad for future taxpayers
It's often said that businesses in America pay higher taxes than anywhere else. But what U.S. corporations actually pay varies widely. In many cases, it's nothing.
The first three months of 2017 have seen a record number of store closings, and the trend's not likely to reverse anytime soon. Here's what's behind the retail apocalypse.
$8 billion in tax refunds on the line; Nasdaq hits new milestone; and Coke struggles with flat soda sales. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
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