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Apple finally giving Caesar he's due to the tune of $15 billion
06 December 2017, 12:51 | Austin Hogan
Escrow you, Apple! Ireland expects Cupertino to cough up to €13bn
It has taken just over a year, but Apple and Ireland have finally reached an agreement to start collecting the money and placing it into an escrow account.
The ruling stated that tax benefits received by the tech company were illegal under European Union rules, because they allowed Apple to pay substantially less tax than other businesses.
The EU's ruling also angered a number government leaders in Ireland, who filed their own appeal on the grounds that the ruling infringes on the nation's sovereignty and harms its ability to attract business.
The government have come to an agreement with Apple for the contested €13 billion tax bill that the company was ordered to pay Ireland.
Apple may or may not be losing its tax advantage in Ireland, but the company has apparently been exploring other options for tax havens in Europe.
Samsung Starts Producing First 512GB Universal Flash Storage
The new 512GB UFS increases the density of the 256GB eUFS storage from 48 layers to 64 layers and also includes a controller chip. However, if the company starts using this storage module, we may be facing the prospects of losing the microSD card slot.
Texas A&M to announce Jimbo Fisher as new football coach
Fisher said "all the ingredients (for success) are here" and mentioned Texas A&M's recruiting base, facilities and local support. He's now the 29th head football coach in Aggie history....filling big boots of past legends like Bear Bryant and R.C.
Willie Taggart agrees to deal with Florida State
It's why it helps that Taggart, a Florida native and former USF head coach, has been around the block in the Sunshine State. The Ducks are putting all their chips on Willie Taggart staying in Eugene as they've tried to lock him up long term.
Trump defends scaling back Utah monuments
He cited the 1906 Antiquities Act, which past Presidents have used to designate National Monuments, to scale back instead. Mr Trump will travel to Salt Lake City to make the announcement at a rally on Monday. "They don't know your land".
1 dead in school bus crash outside Savannah
The Georgia State Patrol was investigating and said "charges are pending" in the crash, which involved no other vehicles. Stay with WSBTV.com and watch Channel 2 Action News at Noon for updates on this developing story.
Disney buying Fox is becoming more and more likely
It has underperformed by 19.60% the S&P500.The move comes after 8 months positive chart setup for the $61.79B company. Water Asset Management Llc decreased American Wtr Wks Co Inc New (AWK) stake by 17.13% reported in 2017Q2 SEC filing.
Co-op sells food past best-before date to curb waste
Joint chief executive at the East of England Co-op , Roger Grosvenor, said: 'We are committed to reducing waste in our business. Taking this simple step will add three days to the life of many foods, according to the official food waste advisors, WRAP.