The false economy
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Why we shouldn’t be so quick to celebrate reports that Facebook is paying more tax.
Starbucks and Fiat must each pay up to €30m in tax repayments after the EU competition commissioner, Margarethe Vestager, ruled deals they made with the Netherlands and Luxembourg counted as unlawful state…
Corbyn’s platform, by supporting ordinary people, is in many ways highly pro-business.
Commitments made at election time have a habit of tying the Chancellor’s hands come budget day.
HSBC: Instead of threatening governments try becoming a model bank.
Tesco switched its auditors from PwC to Deloitte – will it do anything to prevent future accounting scandals?
The Labour Party has put tackling tax avoidance firmly on the election agenda.
The conventional political wisdom is that small companies should be nurtured and supported, but their effective tax burden has grown.
Apple Inc, the US-based tech giant, has received plenty of plaudits for producing a record US$18 billion in profit from one quarter’s global sales of US$75 billion. A look at the company’s financial statements…
The world’s rich and powerful are gathering for the World Economic Forum at the Swiss ski resort of Davos to discuss, and hopefully find solutions to, the world’s economic and social problems. The 45th…