Global energy crisis adds to stagflation concerns, Facebook’s alleged misleading user numbers

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Ireland has finally abandoned its cherished 12.5 per cent corporate tax rate and signed up to a minimum 15 per cent global rate that will cost the country about €2bn in lost revenues; it was a volatile week for energy markets; and stagflation has returned as a risk for investors and cast a shadow over the recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. Plus, the FT’s deputy head of Lex, Elaine Moore, digs into the allegation that Facebook presents misleading user numbers. 


Stagflation risk returns for investors as gas prices surge

https://www.ft.com/content/1e68148c-7f61-4bb4-af68-aa2c7d898111


OECD close to final global compact on corporate tax

https://www.ft.com/content/3e3e6a7d-67d5-437d-a7b2-29c52ce9c78f


Ireland signs up to global corporate tax deal

https://www.ft.com/content/2a2f69aa-f61a-4f4e-934f-293665019229


Facebook: whistleblower allegations of misleading audience size should be taken seriously

https://www.ft.com/content/3efd0b49-0dc3-41c5-b4b5-1f553d7bbc23


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