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Google is expected to pay £24m in backdated tax after a review of its offshore operations by HMRC. Nick Huber reports.
HMRC, Google and EY were back before the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) once again, over an ongoing dispute between MPs and Google about their low payment of corporation tax in the UK.
From my desk there are 6 firms of accountants at least within a few hundred yards and 3 of them I can see from the window .
Executives from some of the world's best-known companies struggled to defend their companies’ elaborate tax arrangements when grilled by MPs about alleged tax avoidance this week.
It’s been a staggered start for Google+.
Ever get complaints that your data doesn’t give executives and managers the information they need, asks Leslie L Kossoff.