Europe's tech watchdog asked Apple for an update on the tax structure mentioned in the Paradise Papers (AAPL)
Tuesday, 7 November 2017 () · *Margrethe Vestager said she had spoken to Apple about the controversial tax structures highlighted in the Paradise Papers. *
· *Apple claims that it has paid its fair share of tax and that it hasn't broken any laws.
--------------------Margrethe Vestager, the European Commissioner for Competition, said she...
These are the Bermuda offices of Appleby law firm, a company specializing in legal finance which was implicated in helping corporate giants like Apple avoid paying taxes overseas following the leak of the so-called 'Paradise Papers.' The 'Paradise Papers' reveal that Appelby helped tech giant Apple...
Much of the response to the Paradise Papers has, so far, revolved around tax avoidance.
While the opposition has said that it is awful, costs the UK economy... City A.M. - BusinessAlso reported by •Independent •BBC News •bizjournals •MoneyWeek
The Paradise Papers has presented the EU with a golden opportunity to crack down on tax evasion by multinationals and the art of investing profits from cheap... EurActiv - EuropeAlso reported by •Mondaq
Paradise Papers seems to be much of a replay of the Panama Papers, but in terms of respectability of jurisdictions and their standing in the financial world,... News24 - BusinessAlso reported by •BBC News