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From TheJournal.ie 'Thousands of employees, very highly trained': Kenny pays tribute to Apple Appletax

'Thousands of employees, very highly trained': Kenny pays tribute to Apple

The Taoiseach is on a three-day trip to the US, where he will meet business leaders including those from Apple and Facebook.

From TheJournal.ie Apple doubles down on Ireland as it moves iTunes business to Cork Hollyhill

Apple doubles down on Ireland as it moves iTunes business to Cork

The tech behemoth is also going to merge part of its Irish and Luxembourg operations.

From TheJournal.ie Denis O'Brien: Apple was 'picked on' by EU over record €13bn fine Policy

Denis O'Brien: Apple was 'picked on' by EU over record €13bn fine

The businessman said that Apple should not be punished over its tax affairs in Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie Margrethe Vestager, scourge of Apple, is going after more multinationals Apple Tax

Margrethe Vestager, scourge of Apple, is going after more multinationals

Late last week, 185 American CEOs asked German chancellor Angela Merkel to intervene in Vestager’s €13 billion Apple tax ruling.

From TheJournal.ie We Need To Talk About Apple: Two top Irish economists go head-to-head over the €13 billion Appletax

We Need To Talk About Apple: Two top Irish economists go head-to-head over the €13 billion

UCD Professor Moore McDowell says we have nothing to lose in appealing, while TCD Professor Brian Lucey says Ireland should let Apple fight its own battles.

From TheJournal.ie Government expresses fears for jobs after EU decision 'upends' our tax system Appletax

Government expresses fears for jobs after EU decision 'upends' our tax system

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan requires Cabinet consent to allow Ireland to appeal the European Commission’s recent ruling.

From TheJournal.ie With €13 billion, Ireland could build Metro North, Dart Underground and solve the homeless crisis Bad Apples

With €13 billion, Ireland could build Metro North, Dart Underground and solve the homeless crisis

While any back taxes reclaimed from the multinational may need to be used to pay down our €200 billion national debt, it’s worth considering what Apple’s unpaid taxes would buy.