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Apple And Ireland Challenge EU Over $14.4 Billion Tax Ruling

Apple And Ireland Challenge EU Over $14.4 Billion Tax Ruling
Topline: Apple and the Irish government will this week appeal an European Commission ruling that the Cupertino-based tech giant saved $14.3 billion in taxes by striking favorable deals with the Irish government. On Tuesday, the European Union’s General ...

Google to pay €1bn to end French tax probe

Google to pay €1bn to end French tax probe
Google is to pay French authorities almost €1bn (£900m) to end a long-running investigation into its taxes. The settlement includes a €500m fine and additional taxes of €465m, but it is less than the tax bill authorities had accused Google of evading. It ...

Scottish judges rule Boris Johnson's prorogation unlawful

Scottish judges rule Boris Johnson's prorogation unlawful
Scottish appeal court judges have declared that Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend parliament in the run-up to the October Brexit deadline is unlawful. The three judges, chaired by Lord Carloway, Scotland’s most senior judge, overturned ...

SoftBank urges WeWork to shelve IPO over valuation concerns: FT

SoftBank urges WeWork to shelve IPO over valuation concerns: FT
(Reuters) - SoftBank Group (9984.T), a top shareholder in the holding company of U.S. office-sharing startup WeWork, is urging it to shelve a planned IPO on concerns over the valuation that can be achieved in a listing, the Financial Times reported on Monday....

KPMG predicts no-deal Brexit recession in 2020

KPMG predicts no-deal Brexit recession in 2020
Accountancy giant forecasts GDP to shrink by 1.5% with business confidence badly dented.Britain will plunge into its first recession in a decade should the government quit the European Union without a deal, according to the latest in a string of gloomy ...

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