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We've paid Treasury billions, says angry Vodafone boss
Vodafone has hit back over accusations of tax avoidance, insisting that it made an "absolutely huge" contribution to the UK Treasury, as the mobile giant unveiled a big slump in annual pre-tax profits.
Gordons deal takes health biscuit
NORTHERN Ireland pharmacy business Gordons Chemists has teamed up with Co Down firm Calerrific to supply its innovative high energy biscuits.
Profits hike won't prevent Royal Mail move to privatisation
Royal Mail has unveiled a big jump in profits to £440m as it took another step towards a possible stock market flotation later this year.
Lenders in conference to help with home loan shortfalls
MORTGAGE lenders are stepping up action to help up to 1.3 million interest-only customers who do not have enough cash to pay their loans back.
G8 'should clamp down on tax avoidance'
Business groups from each of the G8 countries have urged leaders to use next month's meeting in Fermanagh to clamp down on tax avoidance in member countries.
Apple 'avoided' paying $1m to US every hour
Apple "avoided" more than $1m (£650,000) in US taxes every hour last year, a senior Washington lawmaker said yesterday as the tech giant found itself the centre of the debate over loopholes in international tax laws.