The Irish government denied it is sheltering some of the world's largest corporations from paying taxes, saying the country's long-standing low corporation tax regime is transparent and doesn't make it a tax haven.
Labour leader urges David Cameron to work with G8 countries to force corporate giants to pay their fair share
Ed Miliband has vowed to rip up the rule book as prime minister and go it alone if there is no international consensus to tackle...
Politicians will be happy to hear the Apple CEO talk about a corporate tax holiday, so long as some money goes to government, too
One of the strangely charming aspects of the CEO class in America (and one they share with most of Congress) is...
Switzerland outlined plans on Friday to reform the way it taxes companies as it seeks to counter criticism from Brussels while trying to remain attractive to the many multinationals based in the country.
The annual cost of corporate tax breaks, including one that eases shifting profits offshore and out of the U.S. taxman's reach, has more than doubled to $180 billion since 1987, according to a report released on Monday.