Apple’s Cook Confident of Tax Fight Victory as Irish Dither

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  • CEO Tim Cook says EU’s focus on past taxes not a fair approach
  • Irish government to resume appeal consideration on Friday

Apple's EU Tax Bill Met by Split Opinion in Ireland

Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said he’s confident the iPhone maker will win a court fight against this week’s European Union decision forcing it pay Ireland vast tax arrears, as Prime Minister Enda Kenny struggled to unite his government behind an appeal.

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