The Correctiv files show that Carbon Warehouse  set up an Irish subsidiary, Carbon Warehouse Limited. Its office was in a nondescript building on North Strand Road, Dublin 3. Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish banks and shell companies were used in transactions worth millions of euro involving companies and individuals under investigation for tax fraud(...)

The US department of the treasury designated Canadian-headquartered payments processor, Pacnet, as a criminal organisation following claims that it laundered money from schemes used to dupe people out of cash.

US authorities are likely to end sanctions against at least one more Irish person connected to payments group Pacnet, which has been at the centre of (...)

Pacnet consolidated its Irish companies, all based in Shannon Airport, into one entity, Pacnet Holdings, at the beginning of this year. Photograph: Arthur Ellis/Press22

US authorities have dropped sanctions against a number of Irish-based executives working for payments company Pacnet, who were linked to an investigat(...)

US authorities have named a number of Irish-based individuals in connection with Pacnet, the group sanctioned for allegedly laundering money from mail fraud schemes involving lottery payments and psychic predictions

US authorities have named a number of Irish-based individuals in connection with Pacnet, the group sanctioned for allegedly laundering money from mai(...)

Dublin buses returning to Ringsend Depot on Thursday night in advance of planned strike action by bus drivers. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

1. Dublin Bus strike day five: 400,000 without transport There will be 400,000 people searching for alternative transport in Dublin city today as D(...)

Apple’s use of Irish companies to shield tens of millions of dollars of overseas profit away from high US corporate tax rates was sharply criticised by a Senate panel three years ago in Washington, prompting the EU investigation into alleged illicit subsidies. A ruling on the investigation into Apple’s Irish tax arrangements is expected soon. Photograph: Michael MacSweeney

The US treasury has fired a warning shot at the European Commission ahead of its ruling on whether Ireland broke state aid rules by agreeing a sweethe(...)

Pascal Saint-Amans: director of the OECD

The Global Tax Policy Conference has a stellar line up of speakers, including what might be described as the world tax triumvirate: OECD’s Pascal Sai(...)

Senator Ron Wyden, a Democrat from Oregon, said tax inversion deals were latest ‘virus’ in US tax system. Photographer: Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg

The US Congress must pass legislation to prevent American companies relocating their legal headquarters overseas and stop rewarding countries that pra(...)