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IDC: Worldwide tablet market expected to rebound in 2018 as Apple iPads come out of a slump

The decline of the worldwide tablet market is set to continue for the remainder of 2016 as year-over-year growth reaches an all-time low of -11.5% and shipments of 183.4 million units, according to forecast data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Tablet Tracker. 339 more words


‘A long time coming’: readers on the Apple tax ruling in Ireland

One of the issues Guardian readers have been discussing on Tuesday is the Apple tax ruling. Here are are some of their comments Apple has been ordered to pay up to €13bn (£11bn) in back taxes to Ireland after the European commission ruled that deals between Apple and the Irish tax authorities amounted to illegal […]



Ireland, Apple, and State Aid

Maybe you heard: Apple owes up to €13 billion in back taxes, plus interest, to Ireland. And maybe you also heard that Ireland doesn’t want Apple to pay. 971 more words

Tax Policy

A European carrier probably just answered one of the only iPhone 7 questions left

The web is full of believable iPhone 7 rumors, and earlier leaks have revealed almost everything about the phone. But there are a few questions that still linger, as leaks move back and forth on the answers. 244 more words


Apple: You can have taxes or you can have jobs, but you can't have both

Apple CEO Tim Cook. AP

By Jim Edwards

Apple’s official statement on the European Union ruling against its Irish tax arrangements tells you all you need to know about what is at stake: You can have taxes or you can have jobs, but Apple is in no mood to deliver both. 880 more words


The EU is all but inviting the US to claw back a share of Apple's tax debt

There could be more reluctant recipients for the billions in back-taxes that the European commission says Apple owes: Besides Ireland, which will appeal to avoid collecting the windfall, the EU all but invited its other members and the United States to claim their share of the €13 billion ($14.5 billion) sum. 485 more words