Google and Twitter hiring for tax positions in Dublin offices

Google and Twitter are both bulking up their tax departments in Dublin, as Ireland's tax relationship with multinational companies looks set to once again come under close scrutiny.

14th September, 2013

Google and Twitter are both bulking up their tax departments in Dublin, as Ireland's tax relationship with multinational companies looks set to once again come under close international scrutiny.

The two tech giants are among a number of major multinational companies to have faced questions over their taxation arrangements in Ireland, and this country is now the subject of a European probe on its tax policy.

Twitter is currently seeking a tax manager for its...

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