At the WSJ’s CEO Council, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and one of his predecessors, Lawrence Summers, spar over what the most-appropriate corporate tax rate should be in the wake of the U.S. financial-markets meltdown.

IF ANYONE KNOWS WHERE THE FULL VIDEO OF THIS EVENT MIGHT BE, PLEASE LET ME KNOW

11/17/2008

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Economy, Video

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5 Responses to “CEO Council: Paulson, Summers Spar Over Corporate Tax Rates”

  1. jmborchers says:

    BR these type of video links never work for me.

    Cost of Berkshire’s credit swaps up four fold it seems. Not good.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=awMIhCcHAcXU&refer=home

    My house lot size is only 150 x 50. Not enough to do farming. I suppose I’m screwed.

  2. JustOne says:

    Interesting link JM. The video is dead for me too.

  3. jmborchers says:

    Lowering taxes won’t help. The gov’t has overspent. BR’s state chart the other day showed it well. I got a bad feeling futures are going to be way down by the time we all awake.

  4. Works fine for me now . . .