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Apple boss expects to repatriate billions to the US next year

Apple boss expects to repatriate billions to the US next year
By Simon Bowers  Revelation that tech firm will pay deferred taxes to US Treasury follows Tim Cook’s previous refusal to support such a move  Apple boss Tim Cook expects the iPhone maker to repatriate huge offshore profits to America ...

Franz Beckenbauer facing five years in jail in World Cup bribery case

Franz Beckenbauer facing five years in jail in World Cup bribery case
By Ben Rumsby http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2016/09/01/franz-beckenbauer-under-criminal-investigation-amid-world-cup-co/ Franz Beckenbauer is facing up to five years in prison after being placed under criminal investigation over his role in...

Swiss aid requested in Argentinian money laundering case

Swiss aid requested in Argentinian money laundering case
BUSINESS  Law and order The Swiss justice ministry says it has forwarded a request from Argentinian authorities to the Office of the Attorney-General concerning an alleged case of money laundering involving CHF60 million ($61 million). ...

AstraZeneca to pay $5.52 million to resolve SEC foreign bribery case

AstraZeneca to pay $5.52 million to resolve SEC foreign bribery case
BUSINESS NEWS | Tue Aug 30, 2016 7:33pm EDT By Nate Raymond U.S. regulators said on Tuesday that AstraZeneca Plc (AZN.L) will pay $5.52 million to resolve a foreign bribery probe into improper payments by its sales and marketing ...

India to grant residency to rich foreigners

India to grant residency to rich foreigners
By Simon Atkinson India business editor  India says it will grant residency to foreigners who make a substantial economic contribution to the country. It is part of the government's plan to attract more overseas investment. Investors must put ...

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