Medtronic Set To Pay Part Of $500 Mil. Tyco Tax Settlement
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The settlement would put to rest a dispute between former Covidien parent company Tyco and the IRS over taxes on intercompany debt. If the settlement is finalized, Medtronic’s share would be about $210 million.
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