The EU "took unilateral action and retroactively changed the rules, disregarding decades of Irish tax law, U.S. tax law, as well as global consensus on tax policy, that everyone has relied on," Apple said.
Pfizer said that it “refutes” the findings of the regulator. Both companies said they will appeal.
The manager worked in the testing department and instructed eight employees at Foxconn's factory in the Chinese city of Shenzhen to smuggle out thousands of iPhone5 and iPhone5s, prosecutors said.
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. CEO Leonard Schleifer accusing fellow drug company executives of raising prices to cover up a lack of innovation.
Johnson & Johnson still faces almost 9,000 lawsuits accusing the company of mishandling the metal-on-metal hips.
The development phase of the network is now estimated to cost $745 million, up from the original $374 million, according to a “Critical Change Report” submitted to Congress.
The raid comes as the South Korean tech giant faces allegations it bribed a confidant of the president to win state approval for a controversial merger last year. Samsung confirmed the visit by prosecutors, but declined to elaborate.
Xerox got into the student loan business with its 2010 purchase of Affiliated Computer Services.
An investor alleges Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant stands to collect $18 million in cash and benefits, and that directors would similarly benefit from the merger.
Emirates, the world’s biggest long-haul airline, said it’s unhappy with performance shortfalls afflicting Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc (IW 1000/192) engines ordered to power a batch of 50 Airbus Group SE A380 superjumbos...