Business News Archive - June 27, 2006
By Michael Ellis and Jason Roberson, Detroit Free Press Jun. 27--In a historic exodus, 47,600 U.S. hourly General Motors Corp. and Delphi Corp. workers have accepted buyouts and early retirement offers as part of a large cost-cutting effort to restore the world's largest automaker to profitability.
By Anyaduba, J O Abstract This paper discusses Nigeria's tax system between 1980-2002. It critically examines the three broad components of the Nigerian tax system (i.e. Tax policies, tax legislation and tax administration).
By Kristina Seward, The Modesto Bee, Calif. Jun. 27--For many children in Modesto and nearby cities, Monday during the summer means ham and cheese.
By David Robinson, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Jun. 27--Paying your Verizon Communications bill late could get more expensive beginning next month.
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