Luxembourg prosecutors seek jail time for whistleblowers
Cecile S. Gallego and Will Fitzgibbon · May 13, 2016

Prosecutors requested jail and fines for whistleblowers and a journalist who helped reveal industrial-scale tax avoidance schemes.

Ministers agree to new EU rule to curb corporate tax dodging
Hamish Boland-Rudder · March 11, 2016

Multinational companies operating in Europe will be required to report profits, taxes and activities on a country-by-country basis.

LuxLeaks whistleblowers thanked as tax probes continue
Hamish Boland-Rudder · January 13, 2016

Belgium has been ordered to recover $765 million in unpaid taxes from 35 multinational companies in the latest ruling against corporate tax breaks.

Companies grilled by EU politicians over tax dodging
Hamish Boland-Rudder · November 17, 2015

IKEA, Disney, Google and more faced questions from a committee setup to investigate tax rulings after ICIJ’s Luxembourg Leaks investigation.

LuxLeaks anniversary marked with protests, calls for action
Hamish Boland-Rudder · November 5, 2015

Protesters took to the streets to commemorate the launch of ICIJ’s investigation into corporations slashing tax bills by billions.

ICIJ projects win awards for innovation, collaboration
William Gray · October 29, 2015

Luxembourg Leaks, Swiss Leaks and Fatal Extraction investigations honored with 2015 EPPY awards.

New EU transparency rule to close corporate tax loophole
Will Fitzgibbon · October 8, 2015

European finance ministers agree to new rules that will force countries to share information on tax deals granted to multinational corporations.

LuxLeaks, SwissLeaks win top Data Journalism Award
ICIJ · June 18, 2015

ICIJ pays tribute to whistleblowers and journalist facing charges as team of more than 200 honored with top prize.

EU unveils action plan to tackle corporate tax dodging
Hamish Boland-Rudder · June 17, 2015

Following revelations of tax avoidance in ICIJ’s LuxLeaks investigation, companies may now have to report taxes on a country-by-country basis.