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Zimek Technologies thinks it has just the thing to help the U.S. To make sure the federal government doesn't overlook it, Orlando, Florida-based Zimek in August hired lobbying firm Dentons U.S. LLP to talk up its equipment to Congress and officials at the Defense Department and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Zimek paid Dentons about $20,000 in the third quarter, according to a …
Google and Facebook continued to pour millions of dollars into federal political lobbying in the third quarter in attempts to influence U.S. lawmakers and have legislation written in their favor. Google spent $3.94 million between July and September while Facebook spent $2.45 million, according to disclosure data published Tuesday. The only tech-related company to outspend Google was Comcast …
Novartis AG (NOVN), SAP SE, and Eaton Corp Plc (ETN) were among companies that began lobbying on inversions and related issues after July 1. Companies with pending inversion deals, including Medtronic Inc. (MDT) and Mylan Inc. (MYL), also lobbied on the issue. The administration acted on Sept. 22, proposing rules that limited companies' ability to use untaxed offshore profits if they undergo an …
The Novartis AG's headquarters in Basel, Switzerland. Close The Novartis AG's headquarters in Basel, Switzerland. The Novartis AG's headquarters in Basel, Switzerland.
For the first time in more than a decade, Squire Patton Boggs was not nation?s top-earning lobby firm.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association spent more on congressional lobbying from July through September than it did in all of 2013 as it continues to fight lawsuits challenging its structure.
A new filing says two former senators were part of a team that earned $150,000 for roughly a month of work.
Opinion: â€˜Legislation places all the emphasis on the person lobbying, but none on the person being lobbied. This is perverse´
The number of companies lobbying the U.S. government on tax inversions more than doubled in the quarter ending Sept. 30, as they sought to prevent Congress and the Obama administration from imposing new restrictions.
It's not just driverless cars — now Google is paying lobbyists to bend lawmakers' ears about its unmanned aircraft too.