James Simons, chairman and founder of Renaissance Technologies at the  World Science Festival in New York in 2011. Photographer: Amanda Gordon/Bloomberg via Getty Images

In December 2010, an attorney associated with James H Simons, the billionaire founder of the hedge fund Renaissance Technologies, submitted a secret a(...)

Warren Stephens opposed Donald Trump (above) in the presidential race, contributing millions to anti-Trump groups. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

In June 2013, the Wall Street Journal asked Republican mega-donor Warren Stephens about the state of small businesses across the US. The Arkansas bank(...)

A  man holds two boxes for  Apple’s new iPhone X at an Apple Store. Apple said it pays tax at Ireland’s statutory 12.5 per cent. Photograph: Reuters

Apple has confirmed all of its global sales outside of the United States are recorded in Ireland. This indicates the sales recorded by its operations(...)

Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Finance, Michael McGrath, said all Irish people must pay their ‘fair share’ of tax. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

All Irish people must pay their “fair share” of tax to fund and improve public services and tax avoidance is not a “victimless issue,” Fianna Fáil fin(...)

 Citixsys Ltd is based in the offices of Cafico in Palmerston House, Fenian Street, Dublin 2 Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A tech company owned by an Indian entrepreneur set up a “double-Irish” tax structure for his multinational group just weeks after the then Minister fo(...)

As of last week, Apple’s cash stash stood at $252 billion. Much of this money has travelled via Hollyhill Industrial Estate in Cork. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

The tax residency of the three Irish-incorporated Apple subsidiaries that have led to Ireland’s €13 billion State aid dispute with the European Commis(...)

Apple store in San Francisco: new figures on Irish corporation tax paid by Apple over the past three years (€1.27 billion) show its new tax residency has led to no appreciable increase in Apple’s annual Irish corporation tax bill. Photograph:  Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty

The world’s most profitable corporation, Apple, has made one of its key subsidiaries Irish-resident for tax purposes as part of a major restructuring (...)

Gulfstream: Denis O’Brien’s G650 at Dublin Airport

Irish businessmen Denis O’Brien, Jerry Kennelly and Ray Nolan have all bought private aircraft using the Isle of Man which has one of the world’s larg(...)

It has emerged that after Ireland changed its laws, Apple made one of the three “stateless” companies resident in Ireland and the other two in Jersey. Photograph: Thomas Peter/Reuters

Apple may still be avoiding tax on the billions of euro it earns outside of the US thanks to an Irish-based tax structure. Documents on the multinatio(...)

An Apple staff member counts a customer’s money as they pay for a new iPhone X at an Apple shop during its launch in Moscow, Russia,  on November 3rd, 2017.  Photograph: Sergei Ilnitsky.

It was May 2013, and Apple Inc’s chief executive, Tim Cook, was angry. He sat before the United States Senate’s permanent subcommittee on in(...)

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