Authored for PolicyMic.
Based on Apple founder Steve Jobs’ political viewpoints, you might expect his company to be enthusiastic about paying taxes. Not only should they be happy to do that much, you might expect the company to contribute a little extra every so often due to its success and ability to pay more in than others.
Not so, according to the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation. The committee on Tuesday listened to testimony from Apple CEO Tim Cook in response to allegations that Apple