Here's the links to the story:
"Thirty corporations paid less than nothing in aggregate federal income taxes over the entire 2008-10 period. These companies, whose pretax U.S. profits totaled $160 billion over the three years, included: Pepco Holdings (–57.6% tax rate), General Electric (–45.3%), DuPont (–3.4%), Verizon (–2.9%), Boeing (–.8%), Wells Fargo (–1.4%) and Honeywell (–0.7%)."
I took the data referenced in the story and charted the table of thirty companies with their respective profits versus the income tax. The data source location is in the 'News and Data Source' tab of the visualization.
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