Apple’s favourable tax treatment in Ireland may soon come to an end as EU regulator the European Commission gets ready to act on findings initially made in June 2014. If the EC does force Ireland to comply with its tax findings, the decision could cost Apple €17 billion (AUD$27 billion) in Ireland alone plus several billion more in countries around the world, including Australia.
Schneider Electric has promoted Gareth O’Reilly to the top regional job for its Australia-New Zealand business.
SAS has secured a contract in Ireland to provide its data management and reporting technology to assist financial services and fund management firm Aegon with its data analysis and, at the same time, satisfy industry regulatory requirements.
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