The Facts Behind Corporate Tax Inversions with Professor Thomas Lys

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PHOTO: Buildings on State street are reflected in the window of Walgreens at Randolph and State streets. (Nancy Stone, Chicago Tribune)

Professor Thomas Lys from Chicago’s Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management joins Dave to talk about the growing trend of corporate tax inversions, whereas companies move their headquarter overseas to reduce and eliminate payment of US taxes including Illinois’ companies like Walgreens, AON and Hospira.
Are corporate tax inversions unpatriotic or simply providing good shareholder value?