Ten technology companies to watch out for in 2013

Summary Mon 7 Jan, AT 15:50

Which start-ups will make it big this year and can web dinosaurs like MySpace be revived?

Barclay Brothers' Ritz hotel 'has dodged tax for 17 years'

First Post Mon 17 Dec, AT 12:46

The billionaire twins are about to come under intense scrutiny over their tax arrangements

Margaret Hodge

MPs slam 'utterly immoral' tax advisers as Starbucks pays up

First Post Fri 7 Dec, AT 14:47

Tax consultant admits to seeking out loopholes to help his wealthy clients avoid tax

Starbucks agrees to pay up £20m in tax

Brief Fri 7 Dec, AT 10:20

Consumer boycott forces American chain to pay up

Mole

Blood, sweat and tears: no end in sight to austerity measures

Wed 5 Dec, AT 17:04 The Mole

George Osborne hits benefit claimants hardest - but many middle-class taxpayers will suffer too

'Immoral' multinationals face crackdown by taxmen

Summary Mon 3 Dec, AT 10:08

MPs urge more aggressive approach to corporations, while Osborne gives HMRC a cash boost

Carla Bruni: Sarkozy ‘devoured the little boy in me’

Sunday Papers Sun 2 Dec, AT 11:55

From the Sunday papers: from Bruni’s ‘absolutely sensual’ breastfeeding to civil servants’ gay sex failure

Sainsbury's boss: just boycott tax-avoiders like Amazon

One-Minute Read Fri 23 Nov, AT 15:12

Justin King says customers have more power than government to force multinationals to pay taxes

Vince Cable

Cable: Inland Revenue needs to take a close look at Starbucks

One-Minute Read Mon 19 Nov, AT 10:02

‘Best off in society have to contribute more – and that includes companies,’ says Business Secretary

Mole

Harriet Harman leads boycott over Starbucks tax avoidance

Fri 16 Nov, AT 08:45 The Mole

Can people power force multinationals to start paying reasonable taxes? And who will a boycott really hurt?

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