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Apple ordered to pay €13bn after EU rules Ireland broke state aid laws
Apple has warned that future investment by multinationals in Europe could be hit after it was ordered to pay a record-breaking €13bn (�11bn) in back taxes to Ireland.
EU hits Apple with $14.5 billion Irish tax demand  
Europe's 'unfair' Apple tax ruling sparks US anger  
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SoftBank Group Corp. Chairman and CEO Masayoshi Son speaks during an earnings briefing in Tokyo, Japan, July 28, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/File Photo.
Companies offering poor conditions have dominated the news recently; from the "Victorian workhouses" of Sports Direct to drivers suing Uber asking for holiday pay and a pension.
Iraq's prime minister Haider al-Abadi has thrown his weight behind plans for major oil producers to freeze production next month, verbally backing the attempt to boost prices even as Baghdad expands its own output.
Economists say the approval slowdown supports predictions that house prices could decline by about 3% later this year. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA.
Barclays research shows that wealth, spending or earnings rose throughout the UK in the 12 months to April 2016, while jobless rates fell.

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