"In one sense, Sunday's New York Times story on how Apple avoids paying U.S. taxes is not a surprise. In 2010 Bloomberg News exposed how another technology titan, Google, managed to lower its tax rate to a measly 2.4 percent. And, as the New York Times story notes, the techniques both Apple and Google use to lower their tax bills are now typical among global corporations.
"What we need to do now is to build a national—and in fact, global—movement to shut down a tax dodge that is furthering the decay of the very communities that fostered the creation and nurtured the growth of these corporations..."
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