Apple's Irish Taxes Are the U.S.'s Problem
Apple's relationship with Ireland, where it receives much of its profit, was always a mystery: The world's most valuable company had clearly made some sort of deal to pay as little tax as possible, but the details of that deal had never been revealed -- until today. Revealing as they are about Ireland's practices, they require action primarily from the U.S.
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