The U.S. Supreme Court turned away appeals from three financial-services companies, including BB&T, that sought to save a total of $1.5 billion by using a tax-avoidance strategy designed by Barclays Plc. Above: The BB&T headquarters building in Winston-Salem.
The U.S. Supreme Court turned away appeals from three financial-services companies, including BB&T, that sought to save a total of $1.5 billion by using a tax-avoidance strategy designed by Barclays Plc. Above: The BB&T headquarters building in Winston-Salem. DAVIS TURNER Bloomberg News
The U.S. Supreme Court turned away appeals from three financial-services companies, including BB&T, that sought to save a total of $1.5 billion by using a tax-avoidance strategy designed by Barclays Plc. Above: The BB&T headquarters building in Winston-Salem. DAVIS TURNER Bloomberg News

Supreme Court rejects BB&T, 2 others in $1.5 billion tax cases

March 08, 2016 04:30 PM

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