# apple - Thursday 13 October, 2016
Sinn Féin’s David Cullinane said Revenue chief Niall Cody’s appearance at the PAC raised more questions than answers.
# apple - Tuesday 11 October, 2016
The smartphone company has called a halt to worldwide sales of the smartphone due to safety concerns.
# apple - Monday 10 October, 2016
Trusource Labs provides services to companies that use Apple products.
# apple - Tuesday 4 October, 2016
Transport yourself back to a simpler, more sour time.
# apple - Saturday 1 October, 2016
The scene, captured on camera and posted on the Internet, has gone viral in France.
# apple - Monday 26 September, 2016
The latest GradIreland survey of employer popularity put accountancy group KPMG top with two Irish banks jumping up the ranks.
# apple - Tuesday 20 September, 2016
The businessman said that Apple should not be punished over its tax affairs in Ireland.
# apple - Monday 19 September, 2016
Late last week, 185 American CEOs asked German chancellor Angela Merkel to intervene in Vestager’s €13 billion Apple tax ruling.
# apple - Saturday 17 September, 2016
Thousands gathered at Stephen’s Green under the Right2Water umbrella calling for the abolition of the charges.
# apple - Friday 16 September, 2016
Sales have been better than expected.
# apple - Wednesday 14 September, 2016
Earlier, Fine Gael MEP Brian Hayes said: “Changing the rules, however appalling [they are], is not smart.”
# apple - Tuesday 13 September, 2016
iOS 10 brings an expanded iMessages, rejigged lock screen and a handier way to check notifications.
# apple - Monday 12 September, 2016
Ireland needs a serious discussion about what part we want to play in the fight against tax avoidance, writes Matt Carthy.
# apple - Saturday 10 September, 2016
Heavily-indebted Spain, which is under threat of an EU fine for breaking spending rules, said it was urgently seeking how much Apple may have denied Spanish taxpayers.
# apple - Thursday 8 September, 2016
There is more to them than just the lack of wires.
The party is having a pop at the government over the Apple tax appeal.
And other talking points from Apple’s September event.
# apple - Wednesday 7 September, 2016
The Taoiseach said it’s not true Apple was provided with more favourable treatment than others companies in terms of taxes.
Make sure you have some deep pockets.
Already the most lost item of 2016.
Say goodbye to the headphone jack, and say hello to dual-lens camera and water resistance.
Sweetheart deals are “not the way we do business here,” he said.
The European Commission found that the tech giant received illegal state aid from Ireland.
The start of September is the time Apple unveils its new iPhone and a few changes are bound.
# apple - Monday 5 September, 2016
The next edition of iOS will arrive later this month and will bring with it a few changes to the tried-and-trusted formula
Jean-Claude Juncker has defended the decision after attacks from the US
# apple - Sunday 4 September, 2016
The company’s CEO Tim Cook made the claim this week, and Michael Noonan repeated it. We checked it out.
A murder investigation in Kildare, Mother Teresa’s sainthood and a stunning win for Tipperary had everyone talking…
The Fianna Fáil leader says “certainty” around Ireland’s tax policy is vital.
# apple - Friday 2 September, 2016
Voting and sound systems within the Dáil chamber have to be upgraded.
Members of the Independent Alliance said it would back the appeal in order to keep the government in power.
The Dáil will be recalled next to vote on the Government’s decision to appeal the Apple ruling.
Carver John Hayes is hard at work.
# apple - Thursday 1 September, 2016
We heard all kinds of numbers from several politicians this week. FactCheck gets to the truth.
The Apple CEO has come out swinging since yesterday’s decision by the EC to bill his company €13 billion for unpaid Irish taxes.
# apple - Wednesday 31 August, 2016
The Dáil could be recalled after Cabinet members fail to agree on Apple ruling appeal
The European Commision says Ireland would indeed have options.
Joseph Stiglitz said it was ‘utterly mystifying’ that the government didn’t just take the €13 billion awarded in the European Commission’s decision.
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan requires Cabinet consent to allow Ireland to appeal the European Commission’s recent ruling.
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan insists he will appeal the €13 billion Irish tax bill handed down to Apple by the European Commission.