Steven Miller, forced out as acting Internal Revenue Service commissioner, will be questioned today by U.S. lawmakers on what he knew about scrutiny of small- government groups and why Congress wasn’t told.
Localities from Florida to California are selling taxable bonds at the fastest pace in three years as the additional cost of issuing the debt instead of tax-free financing is near the lowest since 1994.
JPMorgan Chase & Co., Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and other U.S. swap dealers would gain limits on the Dodd-Frank Act’s reach for overseas trades under a Securities and Exchange Commission proposal released yesterday.
Sugar Land, Texas, plans to pump $50 million into new parks around the city of 85,000, just the kind of project President Barack Obama wants to revitalize the U.S. economy by spurring investment in aging infrastructure.
AO Astana Finance, the Kazakh financial company that defaulted in 2009, said it plans to delay completion of its debt restructuring for a second time as it struggles to win an exemption on corporate income tax.
Kansas, which dedicated casino proceeds to pension relief last year, is considering another gamble as lawmakers debate borrowing $1.5 billion to bolster the nation’s 11th-weakest state retirement plan.