Curbing Excessive Complexity Can Significantly Increase the IT Function’s Ability to Support the Company’s Business Objectives, Says The Boston Consulting Group
Negotiations to introduce a bonus cap in the European Union have stalled after EU countries and the bloc’s parliament clashed over how far to go in curbing pay for the industry’s top earners.
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NEW YORK (TheStreet) – Candidate Mitt Romney wants you to believe he will lower taxes while cutting the national debt.
But President Romney will need to raise taxes if he is going to have any chance of lowering U.S. debt, according to his former private equity pals.
Now a strong frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination, Romney has repeatedly said that cutting the national debt, reducing the budget deficit and curbing taxation will be a key to his economic agenda.
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