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Feb 09, 2016 - 10:50 AM UTC — AAPL: 94.05 (-0.96, -1.01%) | NASDAQ: 4269.90 (-13.86, -0.32%)

Tag: European Union

  1. U.S. and Europe fail to meet deadline for data transfer deal

    American and European officials failed on Sunday to reach an agreement over how digital data…

  2. U.S. Treasury official to meet EU antitrust team over Apple tax deals

    A senior U.S. Treasury official will meet European Union antitrust officials investigating tax deals…

  3. Apple and Google stand by Europe tax deals; Rupert Murdoch weighs in

    Google and Apple have fought back in the row over the big tech groups’ tax regimes…

  4. Apple could trigger global tax war, potential breakdown of the international tax system

    Apple could soon be instructed to pay billions, triggering a showdown between Europe and the US and a potential breakdown of the international tax system…

  5. Apple CEO Cook lobbies EU antitrust chief over Irish back taxes

    Apple boss Tim Cook made a surprise visit to Brussels on Thursday to lobby the EU’s antitrust chief…

  6. Ireland’s Sinn Fein party will pursue Apple if EU finds company owes back taxes

    Sinn Fein may pursue Apple for the taxes it could owe Ireland should the European Commission find against the company and the government in an ongoing probe…

  7. Think Ireland’s corporate tax is unfair? Wave goodbye to Apple and thousands of jobs if it’s changed

    It is fascinating to watch left wing ideologues and simple minded idiots (though I repeat myself) gleefully call for the Irish nation…

  8. Apple announces 1,000 new jobs in Ireland as EU tax ruling nears

    “You can tell by our announcement today, we’re all in,” Chief Executive Tim Cook said…

  9. Carl Icahn’s political campaign could boost value of his Apple holdings

    The plan of Carl Icahn to spend $150 million in campaign money touches on the hottest debate…

  10. EU demands millions in back taxes from Starbucks and Fiat; sets up showdown with Apple

    Starbucks Corp. and a Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV unit must each pay as much as 30 million euros…

  11. No Safe Harbor: EU privacy ruling hits Apple, Google, Facebook, others

    A major European court victory for privacy advocates raises doubts about how U.S. tech giants Apple, Alphabet-owned Google and Facebook…

  12. Apple tax probe won’t hurt Ireland, Finance Minister Noonan says

    The findings of a probe into Apple Inc.’s tax affairs in Ireland won’t hurt the country…

  13. European Commission finds no evidence of collusion between Apple and music labels

    The European Commission failed to find evidence of collusion among the major music labels and Apple…

  14. Apple Music may have an ‘unfair’ advantage, but it likely isn’t illegal

    Senator Al Franken sent a letter to the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission last week…

  15. Global stocks tumble on Greece and Puerto Rico debt woes

    Global stocks tumbled Monday after Greece closed its banks and limited the amount…

  16. Trader: Selloff marks great opportunity to buy Apple

    Apple shares sold off 1.5 percent on Monday along with the broader market…

  17. Apple increases prices in Europe, Canada due to strengthening U.S. dollar

    Apple raised prices in a number of overseas markets on Tuesday…

  18. EU’s Vestager says will not complete tax inquiries of Apple, others in second quarter

    European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said on Tuesday…

  19. EU to probe Google, Amazon, other US sites over data use and search

    Brussels is set to widen its front against US tech companies just two weeks…

  20. Apple may have to pay Ireland 10 years of back taxes

    This week, in a regulatory filing, Apple said that if the EC comes back…

  21. Apple warns of potential ‘material’ financial damage from European tax probe

    Apple has warned investors that it could face ‘material’ financial penalties…

  22. EU to slam Google with major antitrust charges

    Google will on Wednesday be accused by Brussels of illegally abusing its dominance of search…

  23. European Commission: Don’t use Facebook if you don’t want to be spied on

    EU citizens should close their Facebook accounts if they want to keep information private…

  24. Google averages one White House meeting per week during Obama administration

    As the federal government was wrapping up its antitrust investigation of Google Inc…

  25. Apple changes App Store pricing worldwide due to currency swings

    Apple Inc. changed the prices of software applications from Canada to Europe today…

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