A preliminary finding by the European Commission has found that Ireland provided potentially illegal state aid to tech giant Apple for more than 20 years.
Although Apple has come under the EU microscope over its tax affairs, complex corporate structures have become a common accounting tool for savvy tech firms.
The owner of Penguin and Jaffa Cakes, two of the UK's best-selling snack brands, has picked a trio of banks to work on a £2bn stock market listing even as the company holds...
PayPal is to be spun off from online auction site eBay, to become a separate publicly traded company.
Wonga's annual profit has dropped by 53%, after the payday lender came under fire for the tactics it uses to reclaim money from borrowers in default.
The supermarket price war is spreading to the forecourt, with all three of Britain's three leading chains cutting petrol prices.
After 16 consecutive months of growth UK house prices have fallen in September, according to a new survey.
The City watchdog has charged a former senior executive at supermarket group Morrisons over alleged insider dealing.
The City regulator has this week held secret talks with some of the world's biggest banks about a settlement for the manipulation of global foreign exchange markets that could...
Tesco has lined up a £2.5bn financing warchest to safeguard it against the impact of possible ratings downgrades as the UK's biggest retailer races to resolve a £250m black hole...