In a wide-ranging interview, Gregory Page, CEO of Cargill, discusses how to incorporate immigration reform with safety issues facing the nation. And, Page weighs in on China's appetite for global food deals.
Come At Me Bro: Booker a liar like all Dems: In federal tax forms detailing $689,500 in payments from the Trenk DiPasquale firm, Booker checked off that he “materially participate[d] in the operation of this business” from 2010 to 2012. “Under penalty of perjury, he’s saying he participated,” explained Jay Soled, a Rutgers accounting professor. “Regulations under [the tax code] say that to ‘materially participate,’ you have to work over 500 hours.” Booker, a Democrat running for US Senate against Republican Steve Lonegan, has repeatedly said he stopped working for the government-linked firm in 2006, soon after taking office, to avoid “the appearance of impropriety.”