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Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt criticised British politicians for “a confusing spectacle” in which “legislators are doing the lobbying and companies are articulating the law as it stands”. Photograph: Reuters/Adam Hunger

International tax law “could almost certainly benefit from reform”, but it is politicians and not companies t(...)

Apple’s tax planning is likely to come under the microscope tomorrow when chief executive Tim Cook appears before the US Senate’s permanent investigations subcommittee. Photograph: Reuters/Brendan McDermid

Apple would have paid a tax rate of about 15 per cent last year, far below the 25.2 per cent it reported, had it not used a form of reserve acc(...)

Five of the 10 best-paid finance chiefs last year work in the technology industry, as executives at companies from Apple to Google were rewarded for increasing profit, amassing cash and minimising taxes. Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Five of the 10 best-paid finance chiefs last year work in the technology industry. Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Five of the 10 best-paid finance chiefs last year work in the technology industry, as executives at companies from Apple to Google were rewarde(...)

Proceeds of a $17 billion bond sale may help Apple Inc avoid repatriation taxes on its $102.3 billion of funds held overseas. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters

Apple Inc sold $17 billion (€12.9 billion) of bonds in the biggest corporate offering on record as the iPhone maker seeks to help finance a $10(...)

Apple reported its first proft slide in a decade last night. Announcing its second quarter results, the company posted profits of $9.56 (...)

Visitors try the iPhone at an Apple Store in Beijing. The company has apologised for its after-sales service after Chinese internet users and state media  criticised the smartphone-maker  over its warranty policy. Photograph: Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters.

Apple chief executive Tim Cook has apologised to Chinese consumers and altered iPhone warranty policies in its second largest market after more(...)

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