European finance ministers agree to new rules that will force countries to share information on tax deals granted to multinational corporations.
As a deadly epidemic plagues agricultural workers, Costa Rica’s president announced new rules to limit heat stress and dehydration.
A former head of the embattled bank and current member of Britain’s House of Lords has conceded compliance failures at the bank’s Swiss branch.
An Australian Greens senator is considering proposing new legislation in response to ICIJ’s investigation of Australian companies in Africa.
An internal staff survey reveals a lack of faith in the bank’s senior leadership, and concerns about trust and openness within the organization.
Following revelations of tax avoidance in ICIJ’s LuxLeaks investigation, companies may now have to report taxes on a country-by-country basis.
Europe’s Swiss bank account holders will have their information automatically shared with their home country under a new tax transparency agreement.