LONDON (Reuters) - Burger King may have taken a lot of flack in the past week for a deal that should curb its U.S. tax bill but in many ways it is consistent with the burger chain's aggressive tax-reduction strategies in recent years.
For years, Chinese property owners have enjoyed a free ride to wealth driven by scorching growth in home prices and a lack of property taxes to whittle away the gains.
When your clothes dryer is working properly, it only takes the length of a regular cycle for clothing to come out dry and warm with no damp items.
It's a bold government that introduces a go-it-alone program that is expensive, apt to be deeply unpopular in some quarters and a tough sell in others, where the upside won't be obvious for another 30 years.
Kelly Harrington, president of the Saskatoon and District Labour Council, brings burgers from the Labour Day barbecue to picketers outside of Cameco at Victoria Park on Monday.