Business, World -- The EU said the 27 heads of state and governments agreed at summit in Brussels Wednesday to an automatic exchange of bank information among the bloc's tax authorities to catch tax cheats.
Apple's CEO is disputing assertions by a Senate panel that the company avoids billions of dollars in U.S. taxes by shifting profits to foreign affiliates.
Thousands of people protested in Rome on Saturday against austerity policies and high unemployment, urging new Prime Minister Enrico Letta to focus on creating jobs to help pull the country out of recession.
For over 2 years now, the EU economy has faced multiple falls. We go to Paul Ames, a Senior European Correspondent for the GlobalPost, in Brussels, for more on EU economics.
European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said on Wednesday France needed to present a credible program of structural economic reforms if the EU is to grant it two more years to bring its budget deficit down as promised.
Debt-hobbled Greece got a new morale boost Tuesday, with Fitch ratings agency upgrading its sovereign credit grade.
Japan convinced its partners in the Group of Seven leading industrial economies Saturday that it was not manipulating its currency as part of a bold attempt to get its economy out of a near two-decade period of stagnation.
- EU steps up fight against tax evasion by end 2013
- Apple's Cook faces Senate questions on taxes
- Rome Protest Turns Up Heat On New PM Letta
- How serious is the financial damage in Europe?
- Barroso: France needs credible reform plan
- Fitch upgrades Greece's credit rating
- G7 says Japan playing by currency rules
- Senate Passes Internet Sales Tax Bill
- Senate Votes on Marketplace Fairness Act
- EU Leaders To Look At Energy Costs In Post-Shale World
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