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Google Agrees to Pay $185 Million in U.K. Tax Settlement - Bloomberg


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Google Agrees to Pay $185 Million in U.K. Tax Settlement
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?We will now pay tax based on revenue from U.K.-based advertisers, which reflects the size and scope of our U.K. business.? Google has avoided billions of dollars of income taxes around the world by using a pair of shelter strategies known to lawyers ...
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MEPs urge tougher stance on diesel

MEPs reject new EU standards for diesel car emissions, arguing that they are not tough enough.

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VIDEO: M&S merchandise sales fall again

Marks and Spencer's half-yearly overall profits are up by 6.1%, but the sales in general merchandise, which includes the trouble clothing division, were down by 1.2%

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