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Ireland agrees to set historical minimum corporate tax rate
Ireland has agreed to adopt a 15% minimum corporate tax rate after several months of negotiations with the OECD.
G20 greenlights global corporate tax rate of at least 15%
Finance Ministers meet central bankers at the G20 in Venice with a view to stopping multinational companies from shifting profits into low-tax havens.
EURO 2020: 'Balance of power is shifting from sponsors to athletes'
Multiple players have recently removed bottles of #CocaCola and #Heineken from view at press conferences.
Shell climate case 'is a stark warning to any corporate polluter'
Shell’s inadequate targets to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions were considered to constitute a breach of its legal duty of care towards Dutch citizens.
Digital technology has kept us connected during the pandemic - how can it help Europe's recovery?
Can the EU’s multi-billion pandemic recovery fund help Europe go fully digital? A century-old Danish manufacturer has made the switch to a fully digital production line and is already reaping the benefits. With the help of EU funds, many other SMEs are expected to follow suit.
What is greenwashing and why is it a problem?
Companies are using green credentials both to cover up scandals and to boost profit margins.
SME Assembly - sustainability tops the agenda
Delegates set out to understand if companies betting on 'green' growth are making the right choice, what kind of support and funding is available and what challenges do they face
Self-reporting of corporate wrongdoing should be further encouraged ǀ View
Encouraging the self-reporting of corporate wrongdoing and motivating responsible corporate citizens has a number of significant benefits.
Cannes Lions Festival - the growing trend of corporate social responsibility
Big advertisers, influencers, and business executives give their views on good corporate citizenship
McDonald's flips its arches for Women's Day
It's the first year McDonald's celebrates International Women's Day this way, and some customers are lovin' it.
Toys R Us goes into administration in the UK
It's hoped all or part of the British unit of Toys R US, which operates more than 100 stores across the UK, will be sold.
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Alphabet profits hit by record EU fine
Profits at Google’s parent company Alphabet have been hit following last month’s record fine imposed by the EU. Despite strong growth in the
Spain's Banco Popular brought back from the brink
Following Santander's last minute rescue of Spain's Banco Popular, European authorities have stepped in to avert a collapse.
Ryanair makes big profits, vows lower fares
Ryanair is vowing to cut ticket prices by up to seven percent after posting record annual profits. The low-cost Irish airline earned a net profit
Facebook and its secret rules over what users can post
Facebook and its internal rule book designed to guide moderators over content reflects increasing pressure on social media giant
Alitalia workers vote on last-chance rescue plan
Alitalia's workers are voting on a make-or-break deal over job and pay cuts. If they reject it, the loss-making Italian airline will run out of money.
Gazprom joins queue of companies threatening to leave London
Russian energy giant Gazprom set up shop in London in 1999 and has traded there ever since, but it may quit The City if Britain undergoes a "hard" Brexit that might amputate Gazprom's biggest market.
Apple avoided tax in New Zealand for more than a decade
More light is shed on Apple's labyrinthine tax affairs.
Google continues to bleed advertisers as Johnson & Johnson walk
America's biggest healthcare retailer joins the list of companies stopping You Tube advertising as the row over lack of scrutiny of controversial content continues.
Royal Bank of Scotland makes a loss for ninth straight year
Royal Bank of Scotland - the subject of the world's biggest bank rescue - has announced losses of 6.96 billion pounds (8.2 billion euros) for 2016.
Samsung: the scandal threatening South Korea's behemoth
How did a economic giant that accounts for a fifth of South Korea's GDP get into the position where its top boss was arrested accused of corruption?
Trump pushes GM, Ford and Fiat Chrysler on US car plants
Trump has met the heads of GM, Ford and Fiat Chrysler pushing them to make more vehicles in the United States and create more American jobs.
BT shares plummet on deepening Italian accounting scandal
UK telecoms firm BT has cut its revenue, earnings and cash flow forecasts due to a worse than thought accounting scandal at its Italian business.
Weaker pound, pricier fuel to hit easyJet profits
British low-cost airline easyJet warns the weaker pound and pricier fuel will reduce its profits more than expected this year.
China seeks balance between growth and debt
China is trying for more balanced economic growth and to avoid asset bubbles by ensuring companies don't build up too much debt.