French TV journalist Edouard Perrin, who was the first to report on the leaked PwC documents in the Luxleaks controversy, was acquitted of all charges.

Two former PricewaterhouseCoopers employees in Luxembourg have been given suspended sentences and fines by a court there for their role in leaking the(...)

People holding a placard reading: “200,000 signatures say Thank you Antoine” at the trial of three men accused of leaking thousands of confidential documents revealing corporate tax deals. Photograph: Julien Warnand/EPA

Luxembourg’s prosecutor has asked for penalties well below the maximum for two former accounting firm employees who leaked data about its tax deals wi(...)

 Former employee of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Antoine Deltour leaves court on the first day of the LuxLeaks whistleblower trial in Luxembourg  Photograph: Julien warnand/EPA

A man accused of leaking information exposing Luxembourg’s tax deals with multinational companies only had access to the confidential documents becaus(...)

For someone who is responsible for one of the biggest financial leaks in history and who now faces the prospect of jail, Antoine Deltour is remarkably(...)

Edouard Perrin: said there were about  20 people in the TV production company’s offices, including some trainees. “I told everyone to go to the third floor and to go to the roof, or to be ready to go to the roof.”

A French journalist who was among the first to enter the offices of Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday has described the scene as being like something from a (...)

Data mountain: Luxleaks might not have happened had it involved heavy boxes of printed documents. Photograph: Jana Leon/Stone/Getty

The publication on Wednesday of details from 28,000 pages of leaked files from PricewaterhouseCoopers, by media organisations in 26 countries, about t(...)

The PwC office in Luxembourg: The leaked documents reviewed by ICIJ involve deals negotiated by PricewaterhouseCoopers, one of the world’s largest accounting firms, on behalf of hundreds of corporate clients.

Pepsi, IKEA, FedEx and 340 other international companies have secured secret deals from Luxembourg, allowing many of them to slash their global tax bi(...)