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Apple-EU Q&A: the tax dispute explained
Ireland will on Tuesday be ordered to claw back billions of euros from Apple, triggering one of the world's biggest tax disputes and a political showdown between Europe and the US.
Apple's Day of Reckoning Comes With Billion-Euro Tax Bill Risk  Bloomberg
Apple Facing Europe's Largest Tax Penalty  Sky News
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Asia markets track Wall St up, US jobs in focus
Asian markets rose on Tuesday, with Tokyo recovering from initial losses as expectations of a US interest rate hike and talk of more Japanese monetary easing pushed the yen down against the dollar.
Asia stocks bounce as investors second-guess Fed again  Reuters UK
Gold holds overnight gains; US data back in focus  Daily Mail
Foreign investment boom boosts UK growth hopes
Investment into the UK boomed last year as firms from around the world backed a record 2,213 British projects, including infrastructure developments, manufacturing plants and life sciences projects.
UK saw record foreign investment last year despite Brexit warnings  Daily Mail
Britain hikes up record number of foreign deals to boost economy with ...  The Sun
Proposals could see Hinkley Point given go-ahead but China nucleur ties scaled ...
Government officials have drawn up plans to dramatically scale back the extent of nuclear cooperation with the Chinese government, it emerged last night.
Letters: It's reliance on the French at Hinkley Point that should worry us  Telegraph.co.uk
Chinese, British energy officials discuss Hinkley Point nuclear project  Business Insider
Deloitte's UK revenues grow at fastest rate in 10 years
Professional services firm Deloitte has reported the fastest UK revenue growth in 10 years, driven by an improvement in sentiment over the past 18 months by its corporate clients.
Deloitte payouts to partners rise as revenues hit record �3.1bn  Telegraph.co.uk
Deloitte urges UK not to restrict skilled migrants after Brexit  Reuters UK
Morgan Stanley Retreats From European Buyouts
The Wall Street investment bank let go a number of its London-based executives last week, Sky News understands. 20:18, UK, Monday 29 August 2016.
Morgan Stanley is retreating from investing in European buyouts  City A.M.
Wall Street Titans Reboot  Fox Business
Iraq plans to sell its oil through Iran if talks with Kurds fail
Iraq's government would consider selling crude through Iran should talks with the autonomous Kurdish region on an oil revenue-sharing agreement fail, a senior oil ministry official in Baghdad told Reuters.
Oil Prices Edge Up but Excess Supply Pressure Persists  Nasdaq
At midday: TSX boosted by miners, banks; oil stocks weigh  The Globe and Mail
Youth unemployment could be exacerbated in wake of Brexit vote, report says
The “stubbornly high” number of unemployed young people in the North East could be exacerbated in the wake of Brexit, a new report has said.
Wales has one of the highest youth unemployment rates in the UK  WalesOnline
Cities such as Liverpool need to tackle youth unemployment  Liverpool Echo
Pre-Brexit vote research shows prosperity hotspots emerging across UK
Manchester has the youngest business owners in the UK on average, as well as seeing some of the largest SME turnover increases. Photograph: Bloomberg/Getty Images.
Scottish households see biggest rise in wealth in UK  Scotsman
Scotland sees largest rise in household wealth across UK, says report  Herald Scotland
Cameron 'gave pay rise of 24% to some special advisers' before resignation
David Cameron also gave some aides extra severance pay against official advice. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters. Press Association.
David Cameron 'gave pay rises of up to 24 per cent to special advisers ...  The Independent