EU Regulator Signals That Apple Just the Start of Tax Probes

  • Competition chief will meet in Washington with Lew, lawmakers
  • U.S. business group protests EU’s record Apple tax penalty

The European Union’s top competition regulator stood by her decision to demand more than $14 billion in tax repayments from Apple Inc. and tweeted that she may investigate other major U.S. companies, ahead of meetings with officials in Washington.

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