• Google's Paris Office Raided In Tax Investigation

    Google's Paris Office Raided In Tax Investigation

    For Google, the raid may evoke a sense of deja vu: French tax authorities previously raided Google's Paris office in June 2011.The Financial Times reported that Google paid €5m in corporate tax in France in 2014, a mere 2% of its €225.
  • Tim Cook Talks Artificial Intelligence, iPhone's Future

    Tim Cook Talks Artificial Intelligence, iPhone's Future

    Secure software development doesn't need to be a conflict between pushy security teams and resista Marking the five-year point as the head of Apple, CEO Tim Cook spoke to the Washington Post about tax policy, the future of smartphones, and how the company plans to integrate artificial intelligence with its future projects.In the interview, Cook dismissed the idea of the iPhone accounting for two-thirds of Apple's revenues being problematic, calling the smartphone's dominance a privilege and expressing his belief that one day, every person on earth will own a smartphone.
  • Tim Cook Talks Artificial Intelligence, iPhone's Future

    Tim Cook Talks Artificial Intelligence, iPhone's Future

    Secure software development doesn't need to be a conflict between pushy security teams and resista Marking the five-year point as the head of Apple, CEO Tim Cook spoke to the Washington Post about tax policy, the future of smartphones, and how the company plans to integrate artificial intelligence with its future projects.In the interview, Cook dismissed the idea of the iPhone accounting for two-thirds of Apple's revenues being problematic, calling the smartphone's dominance a privilege and expressing his belief that one day, every person on earth will own a smartphone.
  • Apple Bites Back At EU's $14.5 Billion Tax Bill

    Apple Bites Back At EU's $14.5 Billion Tax Bill

    Under the tax deal, only a small fraction of Apple's profits were taxed.Vestager suggested Ireland also needs to reset Apple's corporate tax rate and start collecting more money on Apple's reported profits.
  • Apple Bites Back At EU's $14.5 Billion Tax Bill

    Apple Bites Back At EU's $14.5 Billion Tax Bill

    Under the tax deal, only a small fraction of Apple's profits were taxed.Vestager suggested Ireland also needs to reset Apple's corporate tax rate and start collecting more money on Apple's reported profits.