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The Democratic presidential hopeful tweeted that the company pays "a lower tax rate than firefighters and teachers."
Capitalism isn't conservative when it comes to social and economic life. It provides exactly the sort of "bold, structural changes" socialists want but inevitably botch.
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Elizabeth Warren, Donald Trump, Tucker Carlson, and most of the 2020 presidential field agree that tech companies have too power. But maybe they don't like the competition.
The Massachusetts Democrat is running for president, but sometimes it seems like she's running for America's super-CEO.
Arlington County officials have released the terms of their multi-million dollar subsidy package.
The tech giant is asking Becker, Minnesota, to waive 20 years' worth of city and county taxes.
They say it discriminates against those without checking or savings accounts.
Watch Nick Gillespie discuss this on Fox Business's Kennedy show tonight at 9.30 P.M. E.T.
The details of the sorry saga suggest that corporate subsidies played a minor role in the company's decision.
When is a threat to reveal something embarrassing blackmail, and when is it permissible? Plus a special Bill Cosby (but non-sexual-assault) connection.
But history suggests he's the anachronism.
Embattled Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam Signs Bill Authorizing $750 Million in Cash Subsidies to Amazon
No one is calling for the governor's resignation over the huge transfer of taxpayer dollars to a private company.
Facebook, Google, Apple, and others are now facing the sort of regulatory and antitrust animus once leveled at Bill Gates' company.
You favorite magazine can benefit when you buy snazzy clothes, tasty snacks, and much more.
But none of it is a substitute for developing a robust and vibrant economy. And neither is landing a single big employer like Amazon.
After taking on Amazon, the democratic socialist has a new target: Walmart.
Sure, the public deserves to know what Amazon was getting offered. But it deserved to know all along, too.
In addition to tax credits, Virginia is giving Amazon the right to rename the area around its new headquarters.
But Amazon's decision to put it's new headquarters in Arlington and Queens also shows it wasn't all about the money.
Amazon lobbies for government favors and bad regulations.
It wasn't just about financial breaks and subsidies. Cities gave up all sorts of data the giant can use for its own market advantages.
What's behind Amazon's new minimum wage policy?
The libertarian humorist talks about his new book, how to drink in war zones, and why the Chinese are more American than most U.S. citizens.
Bernie Sanders, Defender of Bread Lines as Sign of Prosperity, Attacks Amazon's Corporate Lingo as 'Orwellian'
The senator has made a few past statements that one might also consider Orwellian.
The senator has accused Jeff Bezos of being subsidized by taxpayers.
Amazon pushes back after Sen. Bernie Sanders accuses them of not paying fair wages.
Why can't free marketers celebrate entrepreneurs and titans of industry who change our world unless they admit they're in it only for the money?
Chicago becomes the latest major metropolis to hide the massive tax breaks it's offering to Amazon.
There are good sales, but you can always stock up on science fiction and beef jerky too!
Employee head taxes are enjoying an undeserved popularity.
Tax proponents folded rather than defend the tax from a increasingly popular voter initiative to repeal the tax.
The city's leftists are becoming increasingly unhinged in the face of broad resistance to a tax on hours worked.
Business and labor join forces to oppose an employee head tax.
To serve his own insecurities, Trump is waging a bellicose war on Americans who work, buy, and invest.
Why the "conscious capitalist" thinks we are headed for "a consumer utopia."
City officials' excuses are getting more and more ridiculous.
Online retail giant announces new health care partnership with Berkshire Hathaway and J.P. Morgan-Chase.
Elected officials are like half-soused businessmen chasing a dream in the champagne room. But with your money.
What trade would that be, exactly?