Law Firm Brower Piven Announces Investigation of H.J. Heinz Company Proposed Buyout | FinancialContent Business Page. <—click!
It seems that Brower Piven, a securities litigation firm is checking into a potential ripoff of H.J. Heinz shareholders, in relation to a buyout buy Berkshire Hathaway and 3G capital. It is possible that the current share holders’ interests might not have been adequately considered with respect to this deal.
Those of you with stock in H. J. Heinz, and who know JACK about finances might want to check out what is going on by calling 410-415-6616 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check HERE for another explanation which appears to be in more plain language. It also gives another phone numbers and an email of email@example.com.
Buffett’s Billion-Dollar Tax Hypocrisy | NetRight Daily.
Warren Buffet recently made the news by suggesting that the rich should pay more taxes, and that he wouldn’t mind paying more.
The problem is that his company is currently attempting to avoid paying taxes to the IRS, and there may be up to a billion dollars of outstanding taxes owed by his company to the IRS, or in dispute.
Berkshire Hathaway struggled for 14 years with the IRS over the dividends received deduction, which was finally settled in the company’s favor in 2005.
For at least 20 years, and probably much longer, Buffett has been struggling to minimize his company’s taxes.
Why is Buffett not able to practice what he preaches?