SpaceX president and COO Gwynne Shotwell wants what SpaceX is doing to “reinvigorate the industry,” while also getting “young children thinking about being in the space industry again.” Kimberly White | Vanity Fair | Getty Images SpaceX president Gwynne Shotwell does not think the company will add “tiered pricing” for its direct-to-consumer Starlink satellite internet
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Security experts are seeing a rise this tax season of phishing schemes and malware tied to hot button subjects like tax refunds, stimulus payments and COVID-19 vaccines. The Internal Revenue Service recently warned about an ongoing IRS-impersonation scam that mainly targets educational institutions, including students and staff who have “.edu” email addresses. The emails show
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You have printing options for creating an addressed envelope. The most commonly used is Microsoft Word. You can choose a computer program to print an address on a single envelope, which you load into your printer’s paper input tray. Or, you can do a Mail Merge and print addresses on a sheet of adhesive labels,
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PricewaterhouseCoopers is encouraging its employees to use their vacation days by actually paying them additional money to do it, while also giving them salary increases and bonuses across the board. The firm announced base salary increases for employees Friday, along with an expanded bonus pool. The firm is also giving a special “thank you” bonus
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Wharton School finance professor Jeremy Siegel said Thursday he expects the stock market’s rally will persist at least throughout this year. However, he told CNBC that investors will have to be cautious once the Federal Reserve adjusts its highly accommodative monetary policies. “It isn’t until the Fed leans really hard then you have to worry. I mean,
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The UK government has made “leveling up”—a push to boost economic performance in less thriving regions of the UK—one of its top policy priorities. The recent introduction of a UK super-deduction for capital investments in plant and equipment will likely contribute to this goal. Higher capital allowances for plant and equipment disproportionally help capital-intensive industries
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Potluck; what a decade; nice work, Genius; and other highlights of recent tax cases. St. Louis: Preparer Tiffany McAllister, 44, has pleaded guilty to three counts of tax fraud. McAllister began operating a tax prep service in 2009 and continued the business through the 2019 tax year. During that time, she registered two companies with
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