The New York Times has run from a tax debate with Fed Ex calling it a “stunt”.
“FedEx’s colorful response does not challenge a single fact in our story. We’re confident in the accuracy of our reporting, which you can read here,” New York Times spokeswoman Danielle Rhoades Ha said in an email to Fast Company. “FedEx’s invitation is clearly a stunt and an effort to distract from the findings of our story.”
The idea behind the tax cuts was, in part, that companies paying less in taxes would spend more on investments, but the Times found that FedEx didn’t do so.
This is what the New York Times is referring to:
This might be my favorite feud currently going on. The fact that Fed Ex unloaded on the New York Times for not paying Taxes is something I want to see more of.
If the New York Times is so sure of their reporting then they should debate Fed Ex on their report.
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