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Apple blasted by Nobel laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz in Davos for failing to pay taxes

[2020-01-23 14:47:46]

CEOs and political leaders in Davos are talking a lot about companies focusing on more than just profits by being responsible for their employees, their suppliers, and their communities. One company that has come under some particularly harsh criticism for failing to live up to this ideal is Apple. Famed US economist Joseph Stiglitz said Apple has failed to do the most basic job of a responsible company, which is to pay its fair share in tax by leaving much of its profits in Ireland. The post Apple blasted by Nobel laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz in Davos for failing to pay taxes appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple blasted by Nobel laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz in Davos for failing to pay taxes


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