Posts Tagged ‘Apple’

Phil Gaughran

As U.S. Chief Integration Officer for mcgarrybowen, Phil is focused on reinventing the model of how an advertising agency could and should work to better serve clients in the digital age. Phil is responsible for all mergers and acquisitions integrating capabilities across mcgarrybowen’s U.S. offices, and forming strong partnerships with other Dentsu Aegis Network brandsRead more..

E.U. Sues Ireland Over Billions Apple Owes in Tax Revenue

Ireland is being sued by the European Union for its failure to collect a year-old bill of €13 billion (over $15 billion) from Apple, Inc. In October, the European Commission referred the country to the European Court of Justice for failing to recoup the money, which was due January 3 but will likely not beRead more..

Ireland Ordered to Recoup €13 Billion from Apple

The E.U. antitrust regulator has ordered Ireland to recoup €13 billion ($14.5 billion) in taxes, saying that Apple was given selective treatment in Ireland that allowed it to gain advantage over other companies, and pay almost zero tax on European profits between 2003 and 2014. Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan said he “disagreed profoundly” withRead more..

Apple Planting Data Center in Fields of Athenry

Apple is investing €850 billion to construct a new data center in Athenry, Co. Galway, creating about 300 new jobs during its various phases of construction and leading to about 100 permanent positions once the center is completed in 2017. The data center will provide power and information that helps Apple maintain its various onlineRead more..

Sláinte! When an Apple
is Ripe, it Will Fall

Several years ago after a rigorous day of exploring County Laois, I pulled into a pub for a well-deserved pick-me-up pint. It was a wee bit early for the local drinking crowd and the long bar held only one customer, a young man who looked more like a fellow whose regular haunt would be aRead more..

Sláinte!
The Irish Roots of Halloween

Ask anyone to name five favorite holidays, and it’s a sure bet Halloween will be on the list. Then ask how the celebration came to be. More than likely you’ll be told Halloween means All Hallows Eve the night of prayer preceding the Feast of All Saints. Yes, but there’s more to it than that.Read more..