nytimes.com — Among the many things Tim Cook apparently learned at the knee of Steve Jobs, during his long tenure as Apple's No. 2, was how to create a "reality distortion field." Or so it would appear after watching Cook, now Apple's chief executive, testify on Tuesday at a Senate hearing on the company's tax avoidance schemes.
guardian.co.uk — The radio stations were on early this morning - was it right and proper for newspapers to publish front pages pictures of a man they called a terrorist brandishing a meat cleaver? Answer: yes. There are all sorts of arguments in favour.
nytimes.com — As Apple faced criticism in Washington for not paying more in taxes, Ireland defended its low rates that made it easy for multinational corporations to do business there, instead blaming "loopholes" in other European countries for enabling companies like Apple to avoid taxation.
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