Ireland to Join Apple in EU Tax Ruling Appeal
Dublin is challenging the $14.5 billion judgment as a "seismic" attack on the integrity of its corporate tax system.
Apple Hit With $14B Penalty Over Irish Tax Deal
The European Commission says Ireland improperly allowed Apple to avoid paying taxes on almost all profits from sales in the EU.
IRS Seeks Facebook Records in Tax Probe
The agency is investigating whether Facebook understated its tax liability by valuing intellectual property it sold to an Irish subsidiary too cheaply.
Facebook Changes U.K. Accounting Policy
The change may ease criticism over Facebook's overseas tax arrangements but won't necessarily mean a tax windfall for the U.K. government.
Google Settles U.K. Tax Probe for $185 Million
European tax authorities have been cracking down on U.S. tech firms who they say have not been paying their fair share of taxes in Europe.
Johnson Controls Makes Inversion Deal With Tyco
The $20 billion combination is likely to revive the "vexed political debate" over U.S. firms using inversions to reduce their taxes.
Apple Settles Italian Tax Probe for $350M
Investigators reportedly found a $961 million gap between Apple's sales in Italy over a five-year period and what it paid in tax.
Apple Adds Jobs in Ireland as Tax Ruling Looms
CEO TIm Cook affirms Apple's commitment to Ireland, where the company is expanding its Cork campus to accommodate a growing workforce.
U.S., Microsoft Battle Over Data Stored Abroad
Microsoft is challenging a U.S. search warrant for customer emails stored in a data center in Ireland.
Etsy Avoids Disclosure With Irish Tax Haven
The company's Irish subsidiary no longer has to report basic financial data or the amount of tax it will pay.
Ireland to Scrap ‘Double Irish’ Tax Loophole
Popular with companies whose chief asset is intellectual property, the evasion tactic will be closed in 2015.