Tag Archive: Defend


Apple will defend its tax deals against E.U. this week

Apple will join multinationals Google, McDonald’s and IKEA in defending its European tax deals against E.U. lawmakers this Wednesday. The hearing concerns whether or not giants like Apple are receiving illegally favorable tax deals, which give them an unfair advantage over local businesses. The committee is made up of the European Parliament’s tax committee. While […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Apple and other tech giants defend tax avoidance Down Under

Apple was among 12 tech companies — also including Google and Microsoft — which appeared in front of an Australian parliamentary hearing on Wednesday to defend their corporate tax structures in the country. Apple has previously stood accused of shifting close to $ 8.1 billion… Read more ›

Defend demons from 8-bit fairies in adorably addictive tower defense game

When your girlfriend grabs the iPad and won’t give it back, you know you’ve got a hit game in your hands. Well, her hands. Seriously, I had to arm-wrestle her to get the iPad back so I could do this… Read more ›

Defend Your Beer Tickets With Old School iOS Tower Defense Game

Ain't no school like the old school.

Ain’t no school like the old school.

Now, when we say Old School, we’re talking about the 2003 movie starring Luke Wilson, Vince Vaughn, and Will Ferrell as three old dudes trying to recapture the joy of their frat-bound youth, to hilarious (and naked) effect. Hard to believe it’s been ten years since the movie came out, really. We’re also talking about a new tower defense  [Read More…]

2013 Is When Apple Appears In Court To Defend Its Ebook Practices

A US judge today set a trial date for the US government�s lawsuit that accuses Apple and book publishers of conspiracy to fix the price of e-books. The case will begin June 3, 2013 and is based in part on antitrust charges, with the US Justice Department claiming that Apple colluded with five book publishers to artificially inflate electronic book prices in early 2010, when Apple was releasing the iPad.   The  [Read More…]