* Irish government calls Senate report "wrong and misleading"
CORK/DUBLIN (Reuters) - Until this week, Richard Bruton enjoyed the sweet spot in Irish government. While cabinet colleagues rolled out spending cuts and tax hikes, Bruton got the photo opportunities with foreign CEOs investing in their favorite corner of Europe.
CORK/DUBLIN, May 22 (Reuters) - Until this week, Richard Bruton enjoyed the sweet spot in Irish government. While cabinet colleagues rolled out spending cuts and tax hikes, Bruton got the photo opportunities with foreign CEOs investing in their favourite corner of Europe.
DUBLIN, May 22 (Reuters) - Ireland 's finance minister said on Wednesday the country did not want to become the 'whipping boy' for what he called a flawed U.S. Senate report into the level of corporate tax Apple Inc pays in Ireland .
BOSTON, May 22 (Reuters) - Vanguard Group, one of the largest managers of exchange-traded funds, will use stock market indexes from FTSE Group for four new funds based in Ireland , the companies said on Wednesday.
allowed within the USPTO, and 30 more applications in place) for the company's prescription fish oil pill. Amarin, based in Ireland , said the following in their press release : Amarin Corporation plc , a biopharmaceutical company focused on the commercialization
Economic Co-operation and Development (OCED), the four eurozone members that have had to ask for external support (Greece, Ireland , Portugal and Spain) are also the countries that have made the most progress with reforms over the past two years. The remainder
which includes KBC's Irish operations, reported ..... capital. Loan losses in Ireland remain high at 1 ..... including 2.47% in Ireland . Nonperforming loans ..... loans. While NPLs in Ireland are growing more slowly, we think Irish credit costs will
report is very long and dry, so let me oversimplify a little. Apple revenues basically end up in one of two places: California, for sales in the Americas; and Ireland , for sales everywhere else. Apple pays US Complete Story »
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland called on Wednesday for an international clampdown on multinationals shifting profits around the world to avoid tax, after criticism that Irish loopholes helped technology giant Apple to shrink its tax bill.