- Va. business owner collapses after being sentenced for fraud Updated: May-20-15 1:15 pm
NORFOLK, Virginia - A business owner on Virginia's Eastern Shore collapsed in the courtroom after she was sentenced for a fraud scheme.
- Ex-fugitive doctor gets prison for income tax, fraud charges Updated: May-14-15 12:32 pm
JOHNSTOWN, Pennsylvania - A western Pennsylvania doctor will spend a fraction of the time in prison that he spent in Central America trying to elude prosecution for health care fraud and income tax charges.
- Figures show New Mexico economic outlook stabilizing Updated: May-13-15 4:13 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - State financial analysts say an expected boost in personal and corporate taxes is helping to offset weak oil and natural gas prices, providing for a more stable revenue outlook for New Mexico.
- Christie calling for tax cuts in economic policy speech Updated: May-12-15 12:36 pm
NEWARK, New Jersey - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie proposed cutting income and corporate tax rates Tuesday as part of an economic plan to return the U.S. "to its pro-growth roots and its pro-growth policies."
- Broad cuts, narrow tax breaks boost NC business better? Updated: May-09-15 10:31 am
RALEIGH, North Carolina - North Carolina legislators who say their decision to cut corporate and personal income taxes two years ago spurred job growth are again debating whether to preserve elective tax breaks Gov. Pat McCrory's administration has wanted to expand for months.
- Gov. Nixon OKs easing taxes for Missouri-based companies Updated: May-06-15 6:47 pm
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Service and technology companies based in Missouri will have the option of calculating their taxes in a way that supporters of the measure say avoids double taxation.
- Police chief at busiest US port indicted in alleged app scam Updated: May-01-15 1:41 pm
LOS ANGELES - A federal grand jury indicted the veteran police chief for the Port of Los Angeles in an alleged kickback and bribery scheme involving the development of a smartphone app that was supposed to help reduce crime at the nation's busiest seaport.