John Alan James, professor of business management at Pace University, is sought out for his expertise in the world of Business as he is quoted in AOL Jobs and The Journal News online this week.
“Whether a company can simply up and move to avoid new or higher taxes depends on the size and type of business, John Alan James, professor of business management at Pace University, told AOL Jobs.
Larger companies with a lot of employees and significant infrastructure in a state probably won’t opt to move lock, stock and barrel. But they may choose to show their displeasure at higher taxes by siting a new plant or subsidiary somewhere else.
That’s especially true in today’s global marketplace where cheaper labor can be found in countries around the world, says James, who served as Connecticut’s first director of International Business Economic Development.-“
– “Employers Threaten to Leave States Seeking to Boost Taxes” AOL Jobs
“‘The political mess in Washington makes everyone uneasy,” said John Alan James, a professor at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business”
– “Moody’s warns Westchester: Aaa bond rating at risk” Journal News
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