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This egregious tax loophole costs the UK £8bn every year. Let’s close it | Stella Creasy

This egregious tax loophole costs the UK £8bn every year. Let’s close it | Stella Creasy

While British residents and companies have to pay tax on commercial property sales, foreigners don’t. This manifest unfairness must endWhat if there actually is a magic money tree? A fair and
Facebook, Google and Other Big Tech Companies Facing Political Scrutiny

Facebook, Google and Other Big Tech Companies Facing Political Scrutiny

After a week of stock market adulation comes political critique.
Facebook, Google and Other Big Tech Companies Facing Political Scrutiny

Facebook, Google and Other Big Tech Companies Facing Political Scrutiny

After a week of stock market adulation comes political critique.
Why GE’s Jeff Immelt Lost His Job: Disruption and Activist Investors

Why GE’s Jeff Immelt Lost His Job: Disruption and Activist Investors

Was the company’s focus on lean innovation a failure? Or did investors just get impatient?
Why GE’s Jeff Immelt Lost His Job: Disruption and Activist Investors

Why GE’s Jeff Immelt Lost His Job: Disruption and Activist Investors

Was the company’s focus on lean innovation a failure? Or did investors just get impatient?
Gordon Brown: Bankers should have been jailed for role in financial crisis

Gordon Brown: Bankers should have been jailed for role in financial crisis

Ex-PM warns failure to take tougher stand has made it inevitable that rogue bankers will again gamble with public moneyGordon Brown has claimed bankers should have been jailed for their fraudulent and
Leadership poll: elite consultancy McKinsey elects a new chief

Leadership poll: elite consultancy McKinsey elects a new chief

Management consultancy, currently embroiled in the South Africa scandal, is voting for a new boss to rub shoulders with the global leadersBehind the closed doors of five-star hotels and
Airbus braces for a difficult landing after corruption allegations

Airbus braces for a difficult landing after corruption allegations

The company is facing numerous investigations. Why? Because, in most cases, it voluntarily turned itself in“Prepare for turbulent and confusing times” is rarely a reassuring injunction, least of all
The Guardian view on the Paradise Papers: a light on murky dealings | Editorial

The Guardian view on the Paradise Papers: a light on murky dealings | Editorial

Allowing the very richest to secede from the rest of society and choose the jurisdiction they operate under has led to an astonishing rise in global inequalityThe millions of leaked files in the
The Guardian view on the Paradise Papers: a light on murky dealings | Editorial

The Guardian view on the Paradise Papers: a light on murky dealings | Editorial

Allowing the very richest to secede from the rest of society and choose the jurisdiction they operate under has led to an astonishing rise in global inequalityThe millions of leaked files in the
The desperate inequality behind global tax dodging | Gabriel Zucman

The desperate inequality behind global tax dodging | Gabriel Zucman

Nearly 10% of the world’s wealth is held offshore by a few individuals. The rest of us pay the price for this theftOut of sight, a powerful industry has been developing since the 1980s in tax havens
Data Sheet—Explaining What Just Happened at Uber

Data Sheet—Explaining What Just Happened at Uber

Data Sheet—Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Data Sheet—Explaining What Just Happened at Uber

Data Sheet—Explaining What Just Happened at Uber

Data Sheet—Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Fox News Employees to Meet U.K. Lawmakers to Protest Sky Deal

Fox News Employees to Meet U.K. Lawmakers to Protest Sky Deal

Fox News insiders are set to meet U.K. lawmakers next week to protest 21st Century Fox Inc.’s takeover of pay-TV broadcaster Sky Plc.
Glencore's Copper Head Steps Down From Congo Unit Amid Probe

Glencore's Copper Head Steps Down From Congo Unit Amid Probe

Glencore Plc’s head of copper and two other executives stepped down as directors of the trader’s Congolese copper and cobalt unit, Katanga Mining Ltd., after an internal review found "material
Thames Water to shut Cayman Islands subsidiaries under new chairman

Thames Water to shut Cayman Islands subsidiaries under new chairman

UK’s largest water company, which has not paid corporation tax in the UK for the last 10 years, to review business Thames Water has appointed the former SSE boss Ian Marchant as chairman to spearhead
Thames Water explains why nationalisation is suddenly popular | Nils Pratley

Thames Water explains why nationalisation is suddenly popular | Nils Pratley

Privatised utility was seen as a financial instrument paying fat dividends to offshore owners while short-changing customers. Its new boss seems to think that game is now upHang out with executives
Eskom Cut Deeper Into Junk as S. Africa Delays Naming Board

Eskom Cut Deeper Into Junk as S. Africa Delays Naming Board

Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd.’s credit rating was cut to a deeper junk level by Moody’s Investors Service as South Africa delayed appointing a new board at the state-owned power producer and releasing its
Data Sheet—Why Corporate Boards Need to Work Harder

Data Sheet—Why Corporate Boards Need to Work Harder

Data Sheet—Thursday, November 30, 2017