A $ 9 billion lawsuit opened Tuesday between Facebook and the US tax authorities

A $ 9 billion lawsuit opened Tuesday between Facebook and the US tax authorities

A trial opened Tuesday before a judge in San Francisco between Facebook and the United States Revenue Service (IRS), which claims from the social network $ 9 billion in back taxes. A trial opened Tuesday before a judge in San Francisco between Facebook and the United States Revenue Service (IRS), which claims from the social network $ 9 billion in back taxes. The dispute relates to a transfer of intellectual property carried out in 2010…

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The United States entered recession in February 2020, after 128 months of expansion

The United States entered recession in February 2020, after 128 months of expansion

The United States has experienced a recession since last February, a first for more than 5 years. The United States entered a recession in February after 128 months of expansion, according to the committee which refers to the matter in the United States, which has even revised its definition due to the brutality of the shock caused by the coronavirus pandemic . “The peak in monthly economic activity occurred in the US economy in February…

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Brexit: EU will mark “insufficient” progress in talks with London

Brexit: EU will mark “insufficient” progress in talks with London

The leaders of the 27 member countries of the European Union, who will meet in the European Council on Thursday and Friday, will declare that the progress made in talks with the United Kingdom on their post-Brexit trade relations is still not “enough” to get a deal, according to a draft statement seen by Reuters. The leaders of the 27 member countries of the European Union, who will meet in the European Council on Thursday…

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For Erdogan, the fall of the pound results from a “political conspiracy”

For Erdogan, the fall of the pound results from a “political conspiracy”

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday that the fall of the Turkish lira was the result of a “political plot” against his country, which will retaliate by seeking “new markets and allies”, while its relations with the United States are in crisis. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday that the fall of the Turkish lira was the result of a “political plot” against his country, which will retaliate by seeking “new markets and…

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