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Simon Bowers

Simon Bowers

    Paradise Papers: Nike’s tax burden so soft it hardly makes a swoosh
    Paradise Papers: Nike’s tax burden so soft it hardly makes a swoosh
    Five days before Christmas 2006, Nike CEO Mark Parker was in an upbeat mood on a conference call with Wall Street analysts. 
    Paradise Papers: how an island and Ireland aided Apple's megaprofits
    Paradise Papers: how an island and Ireland aided Apple's megaprofits
    It was May 2013 and Apple CEO Tim Cook was angry. 
    Google says it welcomes tax reform
    Google says it welcomes tax reform
    Google also welcome the crackdown on other multinational internet businesses that take billions of pounds of sales from the United Kingdom through...
    SABMiller taps into own talent
    SABMiller taps into own talent
    Brewer SABMiller has breached City convention by elevating its long-standing chief executive, Graham Mackay, to chairperson. Mackay will serve as...
    SABMiller thirsts for Bruce's lager
    SABMiller thirsts for Bruce's lager
    SABMiller, the world's second-largest brewer, has vowed it will continue to court Australian beer group Foster's, despite a A$9.5-billion ($10.1-billion) takeover approach being spurned as "significantly undervaluing" the business. ...
    Fracas brewing over Fairtrade coffee
    Fracas brewing over Fairtrade coffee
    The two largest coffee roasters in the United Kingdom, Nestlé and Kraft Foods, are planning to launch their own ethically aware brands next year...