Espresso too bitter for you? Try a cold-brew coffee, which is said to be sweeter and smoother
Starbucks insists on taking your name when you order a coffee... but what happens if the name is Spartacus?
Ian Livingston attacked Margaret Hodge's committee after BT was accused of 'blackmailing the public'
Coffee chain makes £5m payment to Revenue in an effort to placate unimpressed customers
Critics say Dave Hartnett's 'dodgy' move from HMRC to accountancy giants 'takes the biscuit'
'We are simply seeking a level playing field', say spokespeople for US coffee chain
Firms are 'running rings around' the taxman in schemes costing UK £5bn a year
Ernst & Young partner tells Cameron it's a company's duty to investors to pay the lowest tax possible
Lattes at dawn: coffee multinational says it may spike £100m investment after PM slams tax avoidance
Executives say the PM's pledge to get 'cowboy firms' to pay more tax will hurt economic recovery
But most banks will not delay, fearful of public backlash against tax avoidance
Which start-ups will make it big this year and can web dinosaurs like MySpace be revived?
The billionaire twins are about to come under intense scrutiny over their tax arrangements
Tax consultant admits to seeking out loopholes to help his wealthy clients avoid tax
Consumer boycott forces American chain to pay up
George Osborne hits benefit claimants hardest - but many middle-class taxpayers will suffer too
MPs urge more aggressive approach to corporations, while Osborne gives HMRC a cash boost
From the Sunday papers: from Bruni’s ‘absolutely sensual’ breastfeeding to civil servants’ gay sex failure
Justin King says customers have more power than government to force multinationals to pay taxes
‘Best off in society have to contribute more – and that includes companies,’ says Business Secretary