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Senior Facebook executives raised the possibility of using lower tax payments in Ireland to soften the blow of any extra digital sales.   Photograph:  Niall Carson/PA

Facebook lobbied to pay less tax in Ireland to offset millions of euro it would have to pay if other EU countries introduced new taxes on multinationa(...)

Facebook stressed the changes will have no jobs impact here, where it employs more than 2,000 workers. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Facebook’s decision to stop booking global revenues in Ireland increases pressure on other tech giants who use their operations here to lower tax bill(...)

It is understood that the move will have no direct impact on job numbers at its Irish operations, which employs more than 2,000 in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

In a move that will be seen as a response to long-standing criticism by global governments of its tax planning, Facebook has announced that it will no(...)

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg. The company’s fourth-quarter overall revenue rose to $3.85 billion from $2.59 billion in the year-ago period

Facebook’s revenue grew 49 percent in the fourth quarter, as mobile advertising growth helped the world’s largest Internet social network beat Wall S(...)

“For us products don’t get that interesting until they have about a billion people using them,” Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said.

Facebook has warned of a dramatic increase in spending in 2015 and projected a slowdown in revenue growth this quarter, slicing a tenth off its marke(...)