For years, the company has moved billions in profits to Puerto Rico to avoid taxes. When the IRS pushed it to pay, Microsoft protested that the agency wasn’t being nice. Then it aggressively fought back in court, lobbied Congress and changed the law.
Two offices will review the allegations for potential further investigation and discipline.
An executive agency conducting a comprehensive assessment of the technology’s use in aviation security detailed its recent review of America’s first fully biometric terminal—and the service it runs on.
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Merit Board Offers Advice to Fix Reskilling Program That Hasn't Translated to Any New Job Placements
A pilot program to train some non-IT workers with technology skills has not resulted in anyone switching jobs, largely because participants would have needed to take a pay cut.
The officials question whether Envestnet is violating the FTC Act by not being transparent about its collection and sale of consumers’ financial information.
But the city leaders also voice skepticism of cutting back on public parking or lowering speed limits.
Partnership for Public Service study highlights the importance of a president’s first and fifth years in getting vacancies filled.
The service’s private sector outreach program, AFWERX, will host a series of workshops in 2020 to hear innovative ideas.
A study of black doctors, nurses, and health care technicians shows that a worker's position within an organization affect how they see racism at work.
A Utah state representative said he believes lawmakers are prepared to continue their “strong record of protecting individual privacy.”
In the 2016 election, more than a third of Americans didn't vote. What might be keeping them from going to the polls?
A new report says profit sharing and employee ownership can benefit both companies and workers, recommending state and local policies to help support these business models.
A massive scandal implicating senior US Navy officers highlights what bribery is and how it happens. A law and ethics scholar at the U.S. Naval Academy can't say much more than that, though.
Employers tend to see "cyberloafing" as a waste of time, but a new study suggests it serves an important function for workers.
But presidents usually ignore the thousands who have died.
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