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Tax fairness advocates marked the resolution as a "historic win" in the push to wrest control of global tax policymaking from the small group of wealthy nations who have traditionally dominated the space.
A proposed new law aiming to clamp down on multinational companies that shift their profits to tax havens is being called a model for the U.S. and EU to adopt.
ICIJ’s data team explains what it took to extract bombshell findings from a leak of personal emails, text messages, calendar items and more from the rising tech giant.
Hundreds of cabbies from across Europe took part in the ‘Brussels World Strike’ to protest deregulation of the taxi industry and demand inquiries on Uber’s lobbying of political leaders.
In this special edition of our podcast, we go behind the scenes of ICIJ’s investigation into the ride-hailing giant’s massive lobbying campaign during its rapid international expansion.
The ride-hailing app lured its earliest workers with hefty incentives. But as early promises faded, these drivers describe how their earnings dropped and dangers mounted.
Leaked records reveal details of the company’s “strong relationship” with tax authorities in the Netherlands, a corporate tax haven where Uber has registered dozens of subsidiaries.
Officials in multiple countries react to findings on the ride-hailing giant’s lobbying and other aggressive tactics behind its global rise.
Former European Commissioner Neelie Kroes and French President Emmanuel Macron are facing critical questions about their past involvement with Uber.
Uber's former chief European lobbyist revealed today that he leaked 18.69 GB of emails, text messages and company records to The Guardian to expose Uber’s chaotic global rollout.
Executives agreed to share driver data to “contain” a tax audit and deflect from the tech giant’s use of European and Caribbean tax havens, new leak shows.
To “tame the bear,” Uber partnered with a Kremlin bank and offered stock enticements to Russian oligarchs, internal memos reveal.
When the ride-hailing giant called, powerful politicians answered, leaked text messages and emails reveal.
The Uber Files investigation reveals how the ride-hailing juggernaut would "embrace the chaos" as it stormed into new markets around the world, driven by assertive tactics and helped by powerful friends.
ICIJ’s latest investigation exposes how a massive lobbying machine paved the tech giant’s road to global domination.
Read the full statement from Uber spokeswoman Jill Hazelbaker, in response to questions asked by ICIJ and its media partners as part of the Uber Files investigation.
Read the full statement from a spokeswoman for the Uber founder and former CEO, in response to questions asked by ICIJ and its media partners as part of the Uber Files investigation.
In his new book “What’s the Matter with Delaware?” former Financial Times reporter Hal Weitzman explores the tiny state’s massive role in global financial secrecy.
The telecom giant had previously admitted to engaging in bribery and other misconduct in Djibouti and other countries in a U.S. settlement, and is separately facing multiple probes for alleged corruption in Iraq.
The Swedish company is now under investigation by the SEC, as well as the Justice Department, on matters described in a 2019 internal Iraq bribery report that was leaked to ICIJ.
Amid the hunt for Russian assets, reformers say financial transparency in the U.S. is long overdue.
The telecom giant is now facing legal scrutiny in multiple countries as a result of the Ericsson List.
The telecom giant said it couldn’t estimate just how big a penalty the Justice Department might levy following the company’s breach of a 2019 agreement.
Longtime PwC client Alexei Mordashov was hailed as Russia’s richest man in 2021. The Pandora Papers reveal his ties to murky transactions with companies linked to a key Putin associate.
The telecom giant’s board and CEO are left exposed by an extraordinary vote that could allow them to be held liable for misconduct.