Trickle-down economics, or cheap PR?
Such is the online debate in the wake of the largest reorganization of the tax code in 30 years.
Some high-profile corporations are crowing that they will be sharing a portion of the additional revenue with employees as a sign of good faith and a promise to more heavily invest in the U.S.
Not everyone is buying that line, however.
AT&T announced it would be investing more capital domestically and giving workers a $1,000 bonus.
“By immediately lowering the corporate tax rate to 20%, this bill will stimulate investment, job creation and economic growth in the United States,” said Randall Stephenson, AT&T Chairman and CEO.