Tim Cook talks his way around the €13bn question
Chief executive defends Apple’s tax record on visit to Dublin but Taoiseach avoids the issue
Tim Cook came ready to compliment the audience when he received an award from Taoiseach Leo Varadkar on behalf of the IDA today, but there was little of substance in the Apple chief executive’s visit to Dublin.
It was all very light and jolly. There were shoutouts to JFK, the people of Cork, an effort to speak some Irish and a reference to meeting Hozier. The audience in the National Concert Hall lapped...
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