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# corporations

Last month
February 2023
John Gibbons: Shell made record profits as the planet burns - welcome to the toxic oil industry
The environmental campaigner questions how a global fossil fuel giant can record its highest profits ever in the shadow of a climate crisis.
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# Housing
UN says Ireland applies 'preferential tax laws' to vultures funds and it 'cannot continue'
The report states that “landlords have become faceless corporations wreaking havoc with tenants”.
Is Ireland a one-trick pony by enticing corporations with low taxes?
Cillian Doyle says Ireland is a tax haven and we should change our ways before the decisions are taken out of our hands.
Corporations could start suing governments for ‘barriers’ to profit – will you accept this?
Some of those ‘barriers’ could include labour rights, food safety rules, regulations on the use of toxic chemicals, digital privacy laws and even new banking safeguards.
# Irony
Wal-Mart is selling an Occupy Wall Street poster
Though an outside vendor is selling the item on the company’s marketplace, a lot of people still found it ironic.
Damien Kiberd: Forbes has Ireland all wrong
Ireland Inc. got the thumbs-up as the best place to do business. The glossy magazine headline hides a less attractive truth about tax, unemployment and Stalinist powers.