New ‘Google’ tax targets 100 multinationals
By: Vanessa Houlder
HMRC says scope of diverted profits tax has taken companies by surprise
Almost 100 big companies have emerged as targets of a new tax aimed at multinationals that “go to extraordinary lengths” to avoid paying money ...
Prime London property prices to fall 9% this year, says Savills
By Rupert Jones
Uncertainty over Brexit plans and stamp duty on second homes have driven down central London prices, says estate agent
Post-Brexit uncertainty and tax changes mean a typical multimillion-pound, “prime” central London house could end ...
Former EU Official Among Politicians Named in New Leak of Offshore Files from The Bahamas
By Will Fitzgibbon and Emilia Díaz-Struck
A cache of leaked documents provides names of politicians and others linked to more than 175,000 Bahamian companies registered between 1990 and 2016
For years, Neelie Kroes traveled Europe as one of ...
Leaks reveal Amber Rudd's involvement in Bahamas offshore firms
By David Pegg and Holly Watt
Exclusive: UK home secretary named as having been director of two Bahamas firms, while a co-director at another company was jailed over a false statement
Amber Rudd’s business career has come under scrutiny ...
SEC investigating ExxonMobil's accounting practices
NEW YORK: US securities regulators are investigating whether ExxonMobil boosted its financial statements with unrealistic accounting for low oil prices and the potential impact of climate mitigation policies, according to a report on Tuesday (Sep 20).