The head of the eurozone finance ministers group rejected calls to resign last night after accusing southern European countries of wasting money “on booze and women”.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker scolded his Commissioners for flocking to the World Economic Forum in Davos at a weekly meeting of the executive’s top brass.
The European Commission today (30 August) hit Apple with a €13 billion clawback of unpaid taxes in Ireland, but Dublin branded the move a violation of its sovereignty and both … Continue reading
The European Commission has defended the reliability of Greek statistics on the country’s debt, and called on Athens to counter “misleading media reports” that the data was falsified.
Michel Barnier, the former financial services Commissioner with a testy relationship with the City of London, will lead the Brexit negotiations with the United Kingdom, the European Commission announced today … Continue reading
EXCLUSIVE / European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker supports forcing multinational companies like Google, Amazon, and Apple to publish the profits they make and the taxes they pay in each EU country they … Continue reading
Entrepreneur explains how he turned €3,000 into more than a million for his start-up in just 18 months in the first of two interviews.
Germany’s secretive financial sector is second only to Luxembourg in its vulnerability to money laundering, and is one of the worst member states for tax dodging, according to an analysis of … Continue reading
EXCLUSIVE/ European Union tech is no longer falling behind its international competitors, Skype’s co-founder told EurActiv. Instead, it is picking up the pace at the “best time” to be a tech … Continue reading
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker today (17 September) gave MEPs an occasionally short-tempered defence of his alleged role in the Luxleaks tax scandal. Juncker was appearing before the European Parliament’s Special … Continue reading