One of the loudest critics of the recent wave of corporate inversions is University of Southern California law professor Ed Kleinbard, who warns that these transactions will erode the U.S. corporate tax base because...
What we know thus far:
Treasury - Timothy Geithner
NEC - Larry Summers
CEA - Christina Romer
Adviser to Pres. - Austan Goolsbee
OMB - Peter Orszag, moving from CBO
This is a solid lineup to say the least.
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Inversions have been in the news consistently this summer as multiple companies have looked for legal paths away from the U.S. corporate tax system. Burger King became the latest corporation to add to the list after they...