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  • Prop. 39 would end tax giveaway, raise $1 billion for California

    Prop. 39 would end tax giveaway, raise $1 billion for California
    SACRAMENTO — During the middle of a winter night in 2009, sleep-deprived legislators and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger devised the deal from hell. It included a tax incentive for out-of-state corporations not to build facilities or hire employees in California.
  • Procter & Gamble stands aside as corporate tax battle heats up

     
    It looks like the campaign to change corporate taxes in California will have one less high-profile opponent. The Cincinnati, Ohio-based company Procter & Gamble said in a letter dated Wednesday that it won't oppose the proposal, which will be listed as...

    Retail Roundup: L.L. Bean's duck boots, McDonald's mobile, Lowe's

     
    Maine retailer L. L. Bean says the duck boot is back in style, at least among fashion-conscious, trend-hungry college students around the country. This year, the nearly century-old outdoor apparel company sold about 400,000 pairs of the hunting boot --...

    Kimberly-Clark to launch 'designer' toilet paper roll covers

     
    That's the rather whimsical tack taken by consumer products giant Kimberly-Clark Corp., which is launching a "spring line" of colorful covers to hold extra rolls and add pizzaz to the bathroom.

    Consumer Confidential: Verizon iPhone, higher airfares, paper-towel slugfest

     
    Here's your tally-ho Tuesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --The worst-kept secret in tech is now a reality. Verizon says it will begin offering the Apple iPhone on Feb. 10, ending AT&T's lock on the super-popular gadget....