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An Oxford Professor Has Unlocked The Mysterious Science Of The Guitar

An Irish scientist, who is also a guitarist, has devised what he says are the first-known equations explaining the physics behind playing the guitar. Produced by Matt Johnston and Reuters. Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

EU: Apple Tax Deals Granted By Ireland Broke State Rules

By Shock Exchange: Regulators from the European Union recently reported their belief that tax deals granted to Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) in Ireland and to Fiat by Luxembourg were illegal: "Through those rulings the Irish authorities confer an advantage on Apple" that is "granted in a selective manner... Show More Summary

Worth a Thousand Words: Among the Pines

Amongst the Pines (1915). Stanhope Alexander Forbes (Irish, 1857-1947).via Books and Art I feel as if I'm there with the dappled light on the page, the earth beneath me as I lie reading....

Stanford Cardinal vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish Odds: Analysis and Prediction

Notre Dame is only 1-3 against the spread in its last four games against the Pac -12 and 1-3 ATS in its last four contests against Stanford. The 4-0 Irish, rolling once again with Everett Golson back at quarterback, will try to reverse...Show More Summary

According To EU Apple Inc. (AAPL) – Ireland Deal Breached Law, However Irish Government Denies

The European Union (EU) has come out with its preliminary view on the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) – Ireland illegal tax dispute stating that the Irish tax decisions constitute state aid to the iPhone manufacturer. CNBC’s on-air correspondent Catherine Boyle reported on the European Commission’s finding and the curious timing of its announcement. Boyle indicated that […]

If Apple’s 2% Irish Tax Deal Is Illegal, Fines Could Be Billions

Apple Faces Billions in Fines if a Formal EU Investigation Concludes its Irish Tax Deal Was 'Special' Amounting to an Illegal Deal.

EU’s State-Aid Finding on Apple May Bring an Irish Chill

The European Union’s belief that a tax deal between Dublin and Apple constituted illegal state aid will be unwelcome indeed in tech-driven Ireland.

No Irish luck for Apple as EU commission deems tax deal illegal

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. The...Show More Summary

Apple’s Irish tax arrangements explained as company denies special treatment

Two days after the Financial Times reported that the European Commission was about to come down hard on Apple’s alleged deal with the Irish government to reduce its tax liabilities, Apple has made a statement to Business Insider claiming that it has received “no selective treatment.” Apple is proud of its long history in Ireland and the […]

Apple Could Owe Over $8 Billion In Unpaid Taxes (AAPL)

Apple could be asked to pay back-taxes of over $8 billion after a preliminary finding by the European Commission (EC) that its tax deals with the Irish state breached rules over state aid. If Ireland is found to have breached state aid...Show More Summary

Apple Defends The Irish Tax Arrangement That Allegedly Saved It Billions Since The '90s (AAPL)

This is a photo of Apple's facility in Cork, Ireland, the structure that is the fruit of a deal cut between Apple founder Steve Jobs and the Irish government in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Now, that building is the subject of anShow More Summary

EU: Ireland’s tax deals with Apple represent state aid and ‘selective advantage’

The European Commission is investigating whether Irish authorities have given Apple preferential treatment regarding its tax affairs. In its initial findings, the antitrust regulator accused Ireland of granting the company “state aid” and an unfair advantage. Show More Summary

EU says Apple's Irish tax deal is illegal

23 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

An EU commission has accused Ireland of granting "state aid" tax breaks to Apple that may break market rules. That was the result of an investigation by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) over Irish deals brokered in...

EU says Apple’s Irish tax breaks are illegal

In a decision published Tuesday, European Union officials said Apple’s tax deals with Ireland violate the law. The European Commission’s anti-trust authority issued its preliminary findings after months of an investigation that is part of a wider probe into illegal state aid to corporations. Billions of dollars are likely at stake. The reports says the […]

Irish Film Board’s Presentation of Short Films from Ireland 2014

ASIFA-Hollywood and Woodbury University Welcomes You and a Guest to The Irish Film Board’s Presentation of Short Films from Ireland 2014 7pm, Oct 3rd, 2014 Kirby Hall Screening Room E100 Woodbury University 7500 N Glenoaks Blvd Burbank, CA 91504 These award-winning shorts include thee animated and five live-action films. Some material may not be suitable [...]

UFC 178 Notebook: The Irish Invade Las Vegas

They came from Ireland, and they took over the MGM Grand. They began arriving in droves on Thursday. That was the moment the MGM slowly, methodically morphed from a ghost town into Dublin, America. This is a normal fight-week process in Las Vegas. Show More Summary

Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Stanford Cardinal Complete Game Preview

As the calendar turns to October, Notre Dame faces the most important stretch of its 2014 season. After playing its most uneven game of the season in an ugly 31-15 victory over Syracuse, the Irish now face their stiffest challenge of the young season as No. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Award-winning animated short The Missing Scarf is online for free

Given that they can otherwise be rather hard to track down, it’s always delightful when an award-winning short pops up online for free. The latest to do so is The Missing Scarf by Irish filmmaker Eoin Duffy. In addition to winning a slew of awards at various animation festivals, the film was shortlisted for the 86th Annual Academy Awards. Show More Summary

European Commission Accuses Apple of Profiting Off Illegal State Aid

The European Commission is set to formally accuse Apple of funneling billions into an illegal Irish tax shelter—possibility setting up the world's largest corporation for "a record fine of as much as several billions of euros," according to the Financial Times. Read more...

Irish Riled Up Over Modern Evil: Postal Codes

If your name is Michael Kelly and you live in rural Ireland, chances are a couple of other Michael Kellys will read your mail before you get it. Ireland doesn't have postal codes—some rural areas don't have house numbers or street names, either—so mail carriers often just play...

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