Apple's imbroglio with the EU over its Irish tax affairs help to shine the spotlight on why big tech firms love the Emerald Isle.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's economy grew more quickly than previously thought in the second quarter and its recovery from the financial crisis has been less sluggish than first estimated, according to official figures that use a new way of calculating data.
A poster telling staff at Sainsbury's to encourage customers to spend more has attracted mockery on social media after it mistakenly appeared in a shop window instead of the staff room.
State-owned bank Royal Bank of Scotland (LON:RBS) expects full-year impairments to be much lower than the �1bn hit for which the company had been bracing itself.
WASHINGTON, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Global imbalances in trade and investment flows have shrunk by more than a third since peaking eight years ago and are likely to stay lower in the future, diminishing their threat to the global economy, the International ...