Accepted wisdom has said for decades that lesbians loved settling down
'They're protecting something that they clearly aren't the originator of' complains businesswoman
The company made its decision before the shootings at the Navy Yard in Washington DC earlier this week, which left 13 people dead
CEO Howard Schultz issues ‘request rather than ban’ to coffee shop patrons
The company has now paid corporation tax for the first time in nearly five years
We're too quick to forgive multinational corporations with a new PR trick
Tech pioneer says companies should be taxed on all of their revenues, under a system similar to income tax
The former tax executive criticised for making "sweetheart deals" with multinational companies has been appointed as a specialist adviser for a leading accountancy firm.
It grates when people I've never met start a conversation as if we're old friends
Customers pay in advance for a coffee meant for someone who can’t afford one - it's a simple concept which should be introduced to coffee shops in the UK
So many people work “from home” at their local coffee shop now that many independent chains are forced to erect signs gently reminding these Wi-fi hogs to, y’know, buy another cup o’joe now and again.
I’m sure Lord Freud would love the chance to swap just one of his eight bedrooms in his comfy mansion for a single sofa
The Ritz, perhaps Britain’s most instantly recognisable hotel, is facing the prospect of being targeted by protest groups as early as next month over revelations that it has not paid any corporation tax in the last 17 years.
Clarence House defended the Prince of Wales' financial arrangements today after he was reported to authorities over claims the Duchy of Cornwall is a "well entrenched tax avoidance scheme".
Multinational firms who use tax havens and other legal tax avoiding devices were told today that paying tax is not an “option” like putting money on a collection plate, but an “obligation”.
Activist group carries out more than 40 demonstrations across the country