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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.
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.
When the ride-hailing giant called, powerful politicians answered, leaked text messages and emails reveal.
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.
Proposed in the wake of the Pandora Papers, the Enablers Act requires trust companies, lawyers, art dealers and others to vet clients seeking to move money and assets into the American financial system.
The State of Tax Justice 2021 report highlights the role of wealthier countries like the U.S. in draining global tax revenue — an issue under discussion by policymakers after the Pandora Papers.
The offshore links of presidents Guillermo Lasso of Ecuador and Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine will be officially scrutinized, while Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta is due to discuss financial transparency with U.S. President Joe Biden.
As the first wave of stories on a massive leak detailing the financial secrets of the global elite and enablers of a shadow economy is published, reactions roll in around the world.
Leaked documents reveal how self-styled man of the people Andrej Babis hid his ownership of a $22 million chateau.
Officials in Lesotho had joined a chorus of African authorities complaining that agreements with tax haven Mauritius were bleeding their governments of much-needed tax revenue.
The footwear giant argued that it’s being singled out after the Paradise Papers investigation revealed its Dutch tax arrangements.
After a decade of exposés and scandals, leaders from more than 100 countries have agreed to a minimum tax rate for multinational companies to pay wherever they operate.
A new analysis by the Institute for Policy Studies points to the harms of rising consolidated wealth, and ways to make the rich shoulder their fair share of the tax burden.
For two decades, the multinational mass media conglomerate took advantage of tax havens in a global “game of cat and mouse,” Dutch researchers find.
The new rules will force multinational companies to report tax information for each EU country where they operate, but leave out most of their operations in the rest of the world.
Author and scholar Chuck Collins offers an insider's account of the ‘wealth defense industry’ and the inequality it perpetuates in his new book, “The Wealth Hoarders.”
The European Commission’s latest attempt to tackle corporate tax dodging and profit shifting would require unanimous approval by EU member states, some of which serve as tax havens.
The Biden administration says that investing $80 billion to beef up IRS enforcement will pay for itself by recouping a projected $700 billion over the next decade.
The new analysis is based on corporation data first released in 2020 as part of an OECD-coordinated effort to tackle tax avoidance worldwide.
Riding a wave of anti-money laundering momentum, will the U.S. president from Delaware deliver on his pledges to tackle tax havens and make the wealthy pay more?
Tax Justice Network ranks OECD members and British overseas territories highest in its 2021 corporate tax haven index, advocating for the UN to set standards instead.
The Angolan billionaire’s company had “no intention” to carry out economic activity in Malta, the island nation's authorities said.
World leaders voiced support for the FACTI panel’s ambitious plan, while others raised concerns about implementing regulations around lawyers and ownership data.
The forum of wealthy nations urges countries to target and disrupt ‘enablers’ of tax evasion, money laundering and other illicit finance.