State and local governments are reconsidering their efforts to use tax incentives to attract major corporations after a decade of mega-deals handed billions of dollars to some of the wealthiest companies in America. Those deals typically involved states, counties and cities giving companies subsidies or allowing them to forgo paying some taxes in return for a pledge to create a certain number of jobs.
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Amazon HQ2 Bidding Hot Mess Helped End Missouri & Kansas Border War?!?!
Big picture glimpse at how the world's biggest retailer evoked push back across the nation and hopefully inspired locals to rethink corporate welfare for at least a moment . . . Read more: