How Tax Reform Will Affect American Companies

first_img Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Share Save Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Related Articles The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Previous: Manhattan, San Francisco Least Affordable U.S. Markets Next: The Week Ahead: Fed Chair Press Conference and FOMC Forecasts Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News Tagged with: Bank of America Brian Moynihan Tax Reform Video Spotlight Bank of America Brian Moynihan Tax Reform Video Spotlight 2017-12-08 David Whartoncenter_img Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago About Author: David Wharton How Tax Reform Will Affect American Companies Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago December 8, 2017 1,327 Views Home / Daily Dose / How Tax Reform Will Affect American Companies  Print This Post With the House and Senate coming together to work on the tax bill, Brian Moynihan, Bank of America Chairman and CEO, speaks about how tax reform will affect American companies. Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago David Wharton, Managing Editor at the Five Star Institute, is a graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington, where he received his B.A. in English and minored in Journalism. Wharton has over 16 years’ experience in journalism and previously worked at Thomson Reuters, a multinational mass media and information firm, as Associate Content Editor, focusing on producing media content related to tax and accounting principles and government rules and regulations for accounting professionals. Wharton has an extensive and diversified portfolio of freelance material, with published contributions in both online and print media publications. Wharton and his family currently reside in Arlington, Texas. He can be reached at [email protected] The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Subscribelast_img read more

‘David Byrne’s American Utopia’ Set For Boston, Broadway

first_imgFollowing a critically acclaimed year-long tour, David Byrne’s American Utopia will makes its way to Broadway for a run of performances at New York City’s Hudson Theatre, set for October 4th through January 19th, 2020. Prior to the Broadway run, David Byrne’s American Utopia will play 18 performances at Boston’s Emerson Colonial Theatre from September 11th through September 28th.Alongside David Byrne, David Byrne’s American Utopia features Jacquelene Acevedo, Gustavo Di Dalva, Daniel Freedman, Chris Giarmo, Tim Keiper, Tendayi Kuumba, Karl Mansfield, Mauro Refosco, Stephane San Juan, Angie Swan, and Bobby Wooten III.David Byrne shared his thoughts on the Broadway production. He explained,As I was recording the songs for my ‘American Utopia’ album it occurred to me that they would be exciting to play live- and I realized that a lot of my older material would fit right in….I imagined a live show….I pictured a lot of drummers, a kind of drum line/samba school/second line- that would create the rhythms.Because of how theatrical the show is, others started telling me ‘this needs to go to Broadway.’ Why not? But what did that mean? Parked in a beautiful Broadway theater we can perfect the sound, the lights, the movement. I thought to myself that this new context might be good- it might bring out the narrative arc a little bit more, to make it just a little more explicit. I asked Alex Timbers, whom I’d worked with twice before on musicals, to help. He brought some original and insightful ideas to the room, ideas I was too close to imagine, and we used those to build on what we had. Read a full statement from David Byrne on the upcoming Broadway production here.Tickets for the upcoming Boston performances are on sale here, with tickets for the New York City performances available here.last_img read more

Pardew: We should be in top 10

first_img Pardew insists he is not losing sleep over the Magpies’ current predicament, but he knows they are still well short of where they should be, and that is a matter he is desperate to address as a matter of urgency. He said with a smile: “I sleep better than one or two in this room. But I’m just focused on getting this team as high up the league [as possible]. “This team should be in and around the top 10, fighting for the top six or seven – if everything falls your way even higher than that, which happened to us before. “But that feels a long way off at the moment.” That fifth-placed finish at the end of the 2011-12 season does indeed seem a long time ago, and the trials and tribulations through which Pardew has been since have at times been draining. However, he is adamant he has never doubted himself and his ability to piece together a team from a seemingly ever-changing squad, something which has perhaps never been more of a challenge than in recent weeks. Pardew said: “You try to plan and be thorough and test your staff and players to give your team the best chance of winning. Our planning and preparation have been thorough, and that’s what you have to do.” Newcastle’s reward for that top-five finish was an unexpected European campaign, but it proved to be one which was beyond the limited depth of squad available to the manager. Alan Pardew admits his Newcastle team is a long way from where he wants it to be. Press Association Their league form suffered alarmingly as a result of the demands of that Europa League campaign, although Pardew does not expect Tottenham, who beat Greek side Asteras Tripolis 5-1 in the same competition on Thursday evening, to be quite as stretched. He said: “Spurs are shielded by the depth of their squad. It must be difficult to manage that group because there isn’t a great deal of difference between about 20 players. “The manager can pick a completely different XI and it won’t be far away in terms of quality from the XI he picked on Thursday. “What you find in the Europa League is that you haven’t got the funds to have the squad. I think Spurs are in a good position to challenge in the Europa League.” Newcastle will run out at White Hart Lane with good memories of their last visit, a 1-0 victory in November last year which saw keeper Tim Krul produce the performance of his career to keep the home side at bay. He may have to be just as resilient this time around if Erik Lamela’s finishing is as good as it was in midweek. The £25.7million Argentinian’s outrageous strike set the football world buzzing, but also served as a reminder of what overseas players can do once they have settled into English football. Pardew is still attempting to assimilate some of his summer arrivals into his team with former Montpellier midfielder Remy Cabella having started the last two games on the bench after a tough start to his Premier League career. His manager said: “We brought him here to produce a moment like Lamela produced – that’s what we need from him. ‘Hopefully coming out of the side and giving him a little rest has given him the opportunity to understand what the Premier League is about and come back stronger. “I do think some players take a long time to settle. I’ve had a few like that. I remember Arsenal loaned me [Alex] Song at Charlton, and they didn’t think he was ready. ‘But he was absolutely terrific for me after six or seven games. Sometimes it just falls into place and you have to be patient with foreign internationals.” The 53-year-old was handed a little breathing space last weekend when Gabriel Obertan’s first goal for two years finally secured an opening Barclays Premier League victory of the season against Leicester after seven previous attempts. But if Obertan’s strike eased some of the pressure on the manager’s shoulders, it did so only briefly with the Magpies still languishing inside the bottom three ahead of a difficult trip to Tottenham on Sunday. last_img read more

Syracuse closes out regular season with 2-0 win at Penn State

first_img Published on February 25, 2017 at 4:56 pm Contact Jake: [email protected] Syracuse (15-12-5, 14-4-2 College Hockey America) closed out its regular season with a 2-0 win against Penn State (9-20-5, 8-10-2) Saturday afternoon in University Park. It’s the Orange’s fourth straight win to end the season.With less than a minute left in the first period, Savannah Rennie scored her ninth of the season  She has a goal in three of the last four games and recorded at least one point in the last four. Neither team scored in the second period.With 55 seconds left in the game, Emily Costales sealed the win for the Orange with an empty netter, assisted by Rennie and Allie Munroe. Syracuse won four games this season against Penn State by a combined total of 14-3.Senior Jessica Sibley did not play for the second consecutive game. Senior Heather Schwarz returned to the lineup and finished plus-one on the day. With the 14 save shutout, Abbey Miller extended the Syracuse record for shutouts in a season to eight.After earning a first-round bye, Syracuse will play as a No. 2 seed Friday night at Buffalo’s Harbor Center in the semifinals of the CHA Tournament. SU will face the highest remaining seed left from the two quarterfinal games played on Thursday.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more