So far, most of Apple’s wrangles concerning its European tax issues has been carried out by the company’s accountants and legal team. That could change in 2017, however, when none other than Tim Cook has been requested to attend a meeting in Dublin, Ireland, alongside the EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager. Both Cook and Vestager […]
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