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France reaches deal with US on digital tax talks

French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said France had reached an agreement with the US on the basis for future talks over a global digital tax, at the Organisation for Economic Development (OECD) level. "We had long talks this morning with...

Morgan Stanley exceeds forecasts with 46% jump in fourth-quarter profits

Morgan Stanley’s fourth-quarter profits jumped 46% from a year earlier, the company said on Thursday, helped by a massive boost from the bank’s trading desks. The investment bank said it earned a profit of 2.24 billion US dollars, or 1.30...

Ireland’s biggest landlord announce they made a killing thanks to Irish housing crisis

Rents are going to keep rising the countries biggest landlord told its investors yesterday as they announced a surge in profits. IRES REIT, a Canadian vulture fund who count apartment blocks in Tallaght (Priorsgate, Tallaght Cross West and The Laurels)...

EU says Ireland let Apple off paying €13n in taxes. Apple accuses EU of threatening job creation

The European Commission says illegal tax benefits allowed Apple to pay a rate of 1% on European Union profits in 2003 and 0.005% in 2014. The findings are a result of a three-year investigation by Competition Commissioner Margarethe Vestager into tax arrangements...

Local Enterprise Office ‘Keeping the Tax Man Happy’ course

The Local Enterprise Office (LEO) will run a course on 'Keeping the Tax Man Happy' on Wednesday June 15th. The course runs from 9.30am to 4.30pm and costs just €20. Located at LEO South Dublin, County Hall, Belgard Sq North,...

Ryanair announce €1.24 billion in profits

It's been a good year for Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary as his company announced today with the airline reporting a 43% jump in full year profits. The airline have reported a profit of €1.24 billion to the end of March, up...

Ryanair has doubled its profit to €103m

Ryanair has announced that its profits increased by an impressive 110% in the third quarter of 2015, up to €103 million from €49 million in the same period in 2014. The airline’s passenger numbers grew by 20% to 24.9 million,...

Has tax payer got value for money for €5 million banking inquiry report?

After working through over 40,000 documents and hearing 400 hours of evidence the banking inquiry released its report yesterday and the Irish public was told nothing it didn't already know: A small elite cabal of individuals and institutions bankrupted...

Merger talk sees Paddy Power and Betfair shares surge in value

Shares in Irish bookies Paddy Power rallied yesterday in the wake of the news it is planning a merger with Betfair to create  the world’s biggest gambling companies with could see revenues surpass €2 billion. The announcement came yesterday that Paddy Power and Betfair have agreed outline terms...
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London to issue positive immunity certificates

London to issue positive immunity certificates Field hospital in London. The need for an exit strategy from the epidemic pushes the...

UEFA threatens leagues that want to end their seasons

The institution that governs football in the Old Continent warned federations, leagues and clubs that if they decide to cancel local tournaments, they could...

Soccer, the best therapy to overcome the Falklands War

Soccer, the best therapy to overcome the Falklands War On April 2, 2020, 38 years have passed since the dispute between Argentina and England for...

The European Union supports the United States plan for a transitional government in Venezuela

The European Union supports the United States plan for a transitional government in Venezuela In a statement on behalf of the 27 EU countries, the...