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.

Under pressure, Amazon ends Luxembourg profit funneling
Hamish Boland-Rudder · May 26, 2015

By reporting revenue in other countries, Amazon may face higher tax bills, but could also pressure other multinationals to follow suit.

Charges against LuxLeaks reporter threaten press freedom
Hamish Boland-Rudder · April 23, 2015

ICIJ condemns the indictment of journalist and ICIJ member Edouard Perrin by Luxembourg prosecutors over leaked documents that revealed widespread aggressive tax avoidance.

‘Fundamental change’ in EU tax rules after LuxLeaks
Will Fitzgibbon · March 18, 2015

European countries will share details of previously secret tax deals as part of a proposed new rule that cites ICIJ’s investigation as a key motivator.

Calls for EU LuxLeaks inquiry rejected despite support
Cecile S. Gallego · February 5, 2015

The push for a LuxLeaks inquiry committee has been blocked by the leaders of the European Parliament.

LuxLeaks a ‘game-changer’ for Europe: Finance Minister
Hamish Boland-Rudder · December 22, 2014

Luxembourg gives up its tax rulings fight with the EU, and says the world is now paying attention to the issue.

Spotlight on ‘weakened’ Juncker as officials pledge action
Hamish Boland-Rudder · December 11, 2014

Juncker promises to push for tax reform after new leak, but says LuxLeaks affair has “weakened” him.