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Apple's €13bn Irish tax bill does not contain seeds of change
So: Europe wants cash-rich, oh-so-very-cash-rich Apple to pay Ireland €13 billion in back taxes. Plus, another €6 billion in interest.
Apple, keep your cool over global tax  
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Two high-profile City figures are backing plans to create shareholder committees at listed UK companies to improve corporate governance and curb excessive pay.
Consumer confidence in UK house price growth has tumbled following the decision to leave the EU - with nearly one in four people now expecting property values where they live to fall in the coming year, a survey has found.
The gap between the best and worst performing energy firms is the widest ever, Citizens Advice figures show. Small energy firm Extra Energy attracted 80 times more complaints than the best performing supplier SSE between April and June.
In September 2014, five months after Laurie McIlwee left, Tesco revealed a �263m black hole in its accounts. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters.
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