The larger implications of the fight between Apple and the European Competition Commission over Apple's sweet Irish tax deal.
Initially slated for mid-June, the European Commission's investigation into Apple's tax arrangement with Irish authorities will not be completed until later in the year, Europe's competition chief said Tuesday.
European Union regulators have announced in a preliminary ruling that the tax deals brokered between Apple and the Irish government may be constituted as illegal state aid, which would result in hefty fines for the Cupertino giant. ...
There's no way of telling when the European Commission will conclude its investigation into Apple's Irish tax deals, simply because the huge amount of data involved, the Commission's competition head said on Monday.
The European Commission says a tax deal between Apple and Ireland was illegal state aid. Here's what you need to know.