Revenue at Google’s Irish subsidiary rose 10 per cent last year to €17 billion, with pretax profits climbing almost 23 per cent to €189.1 million

‘Administrative expenses’ of €11.7bn stripped out from Google Ireland Ltd, accounts show

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Billy Hawkes criticises Google’s interpretation of European Court of Justice ruling

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