On Tuesday, Apple is set to report financial results for the second quarter. Analysts are expecting net income of $9.8 billion. But whatever figure Apple reports won’t reflect its true profit, because the company hides some of it with an unusual tax maneuver.
Last month, the airport announced it had landed its first overseas flight in five years – nonstop service to Japan. Now, the airport is hoping to build on that momentum with even more overseas flights, especially to Asia.
Donations are still being sent to Blue Star Moms after word that they were victimized in a recent card reading scam at Lucky’s Supermarket.
With the new Republican majority in the House seated Wednesday, Silicon Valley looks to Washington for a more corporate-friendly tax policy, especially when it comes to taxes on overseas profits.