Pedestrians walk past advertising for Apple Inc.’s iPhone 6S outside an O2 store, the British mobile unit of Telefonica SA, on Tuesday in London. Apple was ordered to repay a record $14.5 billion plus interest after the European Commission said Ireland illegally slashed the iPhone maker’s tax bill.
Pedestrians walk past advertising for Apple Inc.’s iPhone 6S outside an O2 store, the British mobile unit of Telefonica SA, on Tuesday in London. Apple was ordered to repay a record $14.5 billion plus interest after the European Commission said Ireland illegally slashed the iPhone maker’s tax bill. Simon Dawson Bloomberg
Pedestrians walk past advertising for Apple Inc.’s iPhone 6S outside an O2 store, the British mobile unit of Telefonica SA, on Tuesday in London. Apple was ordered to repay a record $14.5 billion plus interest after the European Commission said Ireland illegally slashed the iPhone maker’s tax bill. Simon Dawson Bloomberg

Yesterday, outraged by Apple’s tax dodge, but today, by its tax bill

August 31, 2016 09:15 PM