Yahoo announced that it would not spin off its stake in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba group, citing tax concerns. Instead, it will create a separate company to hold the rest of its assets. It’s a big decision to boil down to taxes. But taxes determine how companies are born, how they grow and how they die.
Ryan Dudley, partner-in-charge of the International Tax practice, sits down with NPR to discuss how taxes play a role for companies in the current global economy and how intangible property comes into play.
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