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1) please take a look and comment on the attached article. Write a half page discussion on the article in terms of business law. The attachment is titled Europe vs. Apple

2) please take a look at the attached article and discuss. Write the discussion using securities, including financial reporting, etc., use the principles of those discussions to analyze what Mitsubishi has done. This is all in terms of business law. The attachment is titled Mitsubishi - We have cheating on fuel test

3) The first case is the latest extradition fiasco for the NSA leaker.  He was just moved from Hong Kong to Russia to avoid extradition, and the United States is not happy about it.  My question for you is who is right and wrong in this situation and why?  Use your readings on International Law to help with your analysis. Attached below is the link

http://edition.cnn.com/2013/06/23/politics/nsa-leaks-us-reaction/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

4) Apple was recently questioned about its tax practices and why the company pays a lower amount of taxes.  The use of tax havens became a big talking point for Congress.  Any analysis on this article is fine, but I want you to dig deep and draw some conclusions as to why these types of tax problems even exist. Attached below is the link

http://money.cnn.com/2013/05/20/technology/apple-tax-hearing/index.html 


5) This article looks particular importance is the nature of "Creative Accounting" and how the definitions of your accounting terms can affect the relationship. Please do a 1/2 page analysis on this article in terms of business law. The attachment is titled "Bones" Lawsuit.


The above questions should be 1/2 page to 1 page in length and should be based on business law aspects. Make sure there is no plagiarism.

4/21/16, 11 : 46 AM 'Bones' Lawsuit: How a Hit TV Show Loses Money - Hollywood Reporter Page 1 of 7 http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/bones-lawsuit-how-a-hit-885459?mobile_redirect=false ! " # $ 'Bones' Lawsuit: How a Hit TV Show Loses Money 6:00 AM PDT 4/21/2016 by Ashley Cullins David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel Courtesy of FOX TELEVISION
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4/21/16, 11 : 46 AM 'Bones' Lawsuit: How a Hit TV Show Loses Money - Hollywood Reporter Page 2 of 7 http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/bones-lawsuit-how-a-hit-885459?mobile_redirect=false An audit connected with a lawsuit f led in November by executive producer Barry Josephson reveals the show took in $518 million in just the f rst seven of its 11 seasons but lost nearly $45 million. This story f rst appeared in the May 6 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe . I t's the classic Hollywood story: a TV show becomes a worldwide hit yet somehow ends up in the red when it comes to its studio paying the show's creative team. Such is the case with Fox's Bones , which, according to a lawsuit f led in November by executive producer Barry Josephson, took in $518 million in just the f rst seven of its 11 (and counting) seasons but lost nearly $45 million. On April 18, a Los Angeles judge sent the case (as well as a similar complaint by stars David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel) to arbitration, but not before THR got its hands on an auditor's report (the revenue- and-expense breakdown is below). "As these numbers make abundantly clear, Fox's suggestion that Barry Josephson brought claims 'to attract headlines' is offensive and absurd," says his lawyer Dale Kinsella. READ MORE Power Lawyers 2016: Hollywood's Top 100 Attorneys
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4/3/15, 9:34 AM Europe vs. Apple, Facebook, Google and Amazon - Apr. 3, 2015 Page 1 of 4 http://money.cnn.com/2015/04/03/news/companies/europe-google-apple-facebook-amazon/index.html Our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy have changed. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to the new Privacy Policy and Terms of Service . × Europe takes on Apple, Facebook, Google and Amazon By Ivana Kottasova @ivanakottasova 750 Recommend Recommend Europe is in the midst of a massive tussle with American tech giants. The European Union is getting increasingly worried about the dominance of Big Tech and has launched a program to boost the European tech sector. Apple ( , Tech30 ), Facebook ( , Tech30 ), Amazon ( , Tech30 ) and Google ( ) are all feeling the pressure, finding themselves under the scrutiny of authorities. Here is what the European watchdogs don't like: Apple The EU is preparing to launch an antitrust investigation into Apple's new online music streaming service , according to reports. In particular, officials are probing Apple's agreements with record labels to see if it was trying to illegally sideline its rivals. Apple did not comment on the investigation. Apple has also been accused of artificially lowering its European tax bill for decades through a deal with Ireland , where the company's European arm is based. AAPL FB AMZN GOOG Job hopping: The fast way to earn more money 17-year old rejects Duke's rejection letter Warning sign: U.S. economy only adds 126,000 jobs Most Popular Business Markets Tech Personal Finance Small Business Luxury stock tickers CNN Log In U.S. Edition
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4/3/15, 9:34 AM Europe vs. Apple, Facebook, Google and Amazon - Apr. 3, 2015 Page 2 of 4 http://money.cnn.com/2015/04/03/news/companies/europe-google-apple-facebook-amazon/index.html The EU is now investigating the matter. If it decides Apple breached rules, the iPhone maker could be hit with a higher tax rate and back taxes. Related: Apple FINALLY joins Dow Facebook European watchdogs have been looking into Facebook's privacy policy because they are concerned about the way the social network collects data from users in Europe for target advertisements. In a separate class action against Facebook, roughly 25,000 Europeans accused Facebook of not respecting their privacy rights and sharing their data with third parties. Facebook, which has around 300 million users in Europe, said it follows European privacy laws. Google Google controls about 90% of the web searches in Europe, and Brussels officials are concerned that the search engine giant is abusing its power. Specifically, Google has been accused of promoting its own services and content over its competitors' in online search results. The European Parliament recommended breaking up Google to weaken its dominance across the region. Experts say the European Commission is now preparing a new move against the company. Google has already lost its battle over the "Right to be forgotten," a European law that requires the company to remove certain unwanted, inappropriate links from search results if requested. Amazon Just last week, the European competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager launched a probe into Amazon and other e-commerce companies. The EU wants to investigate whether the online seller breached rules on cross-border trade, for example by charging dramatically different prices for the same product across different EU countries. 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If it decides Apple breached rules, the iPhone maker could be hit with a higher tax rate and back taxes. Related: Apple FINALLY joins Dow Facebook European watchdogs have been looking into Facebook's privacy policy because they are concerned about the way the social network collects data from users in Europe for target advertisements. In a separate class action against Facebook, roughly 25,000 Europeans accused Facebook of not respecting their privacy rights and sharing their data with third parties. Facebook, which has around 300 million users in Europe, said it follows European privacy laws. Google Google controls about 90% of the web searches in Europe, and Brussels officials are concerned that the search engine giant is abusing its power. Specifically, Google has been accused of promoting its own services and content over its competitors' in online search results. The European Parliament recommended breaking up Google to weaken its dominance across the region. Experts say the European Commission is now preparing a new move against the company. Google has already lost its battle over the "Right to be forgotten," a European law that requires the company to remove certain unwanted, inappropriate links from search results if requested. Amazon Just last week, the European competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager launched a probe into Amazon and other e-commerce companies. The EU wants to investigate whether the online seller breached rules on cross-border trade, for example by charging dramatically different prices for the same product across different EU countries. Related: The truth, according to Google CNNMoney (London) April 3, 2015: 10:56 AM ET You May Also Like Recommended by Outbrain Annuity Calculators in Perspective Growth of Hybrid Cloud Computing – the Business Don't Have 30 Years to Pay Off Your House Millions of job openings! Job title Location Search Pay $8 to mine your own diamonds Are you depressed? 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4/26/16, 8 : 30 AM Mitsubishi: We've been cheating on fuel tests for 25 years - Apr. 26, 2016 Page 1 of 5 http://money.cnn.com/2016/04/26/news/companies/mitsubishi-cheating-fuel-tests-25-years/index.html Mitsubishi: We've been cheating on fuel tests for 25 years by Charles Riley @CRrileyCNN April 26, 2016: 9:20 AM ET The situation at Mitsubishi Motors just went from bad to much, much worse. The Japanese automaker admitted Tuesday that it had falsiFed fuel e±ciency tests for the past quarter century, the latest revelation in a scandal that has rocked the company. Investors responded by pushing Mitsubishi shares down by 10%. The fuel test scandal has now erased half of the company's market value, and its shares are sitting at a record low. The automaker said last week that it had used improper fuel economy tests on hundreds of thousands of vehicles, including some sold to Nissan ( ). But the duration of improper testing disclosed by the company Tuesday was much broader than previously known. Cars with inflated fuel e±ciency ratings were sold only in Japan. Mitsubishi said it would ask lawyers from outside the company to investigate the tests. Related: Toyota fends o/ scandal-plagued VW in global sales race Japanese authorities raided Mitsubishi's o±ces last week. NSAN² Advertisement These new virtual reality roller coasters look incredible Who gets Prince's millions? You can now open a Goldman Sachs account with $1 Social Surge - What's Trending 437 Recommend Recommend Mitsubishi: We cheated in fuel tests U.S. + Business Markets Tech Media Personal Finance Small Biz Luxury stock tickers
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4/26/16, 8 : 30 AM Mitsubishi: We've been cheating on fuel tests for 25 years - Apr. 26, 2016 Page 2 of 5 http://money.cnn.com/2016/04/26/news/companies/mitsubishi-cheating-fuel-tests-25-years/index.html The automaker won't include an earnings forecast when it announces results on Wednesday because of uncertainty over the scandal's impact, according to a senior company source. The snafu follows a huge scandal that rocked Volkswagen ( ) last year after it admitted rigging diesel engine emissions tests in America and Europe. Related: Emission cheating costs VW $18 billion Other automakers have been penalized in recent years for putting a rosy spin on fuel economy Fgures. Korean carmakers Hyundai ( ) and Kia agreed to pay a combined $100 million Fne in the U.S. in 2014 for overstating fuel economy estimates for many of their vehicles. They also had to refund customers for the diDerence in estimated fuel costs. That same year, ±ord ( ) said it would compensate owners of about 200,000 U.S. vehicles after discovering the cars' gas mileage was overstated. -- Yoko Wakatsuki and Will Ripley contributed reporting. CNNMoney (New ²elhi) ±irst published April 26, 2016: 8:44 AM ET VLKA± HYMT± ± Paid Content Recommended by Outbrain A jaw-dropping 6% cash back card has hit the market NextAdvisor The Pie in the Sky Anti- Tesla Is Slowly Becoming a Reality Elio Motors 5 Cool Things About the Alienware Steam Machine PC Mag New Golf Wedge Is Changing the Game for Everyone xE1 Golf Paid Content What Ever Happened to RadioShack? The CX Report What Are The Best Tablets in 2016? Yahoo Search The Results Are in: Here Are the 12 Cars With the Best Resale Value in 2015 Kelley Blue Book Is This The Next Amazon? The Money Street The 13 Coolest Batmobiles Of All Time (±urther Proof That Batman's The Best!) Odometer More From CNN Money Mark Zuckerberg takes on ²onald Trump ²yslexia struggle brings 'Shark Tank' star to tears Songs you didn't know Prince wrote HP unveils a new logo: Can you see the 'h' and the 'p'? VW scandal settlement: Owners can choose a Fx or a buyback Millions of job openings! Job title Location Find Jobs Employers / Post a Job jobs by Accounting ±inance Marketing Engineering Management Sales ²eveloper Media See all jobs Paid Content Car Killers: 10 Car Problems That Are… Autos Cheat Sheet ²on’t Expect Kobe Bryant To Tell You… soooohungry How To: Get Rid Of Spider Veins [Watch] Beverly Hills M² The 10 Most Awesome Cars That Cost Under… Kelley Blue Book by Outbrain Hot List Warren BuDett is beating the market again Charles Koch: System is 'rigged' in favor of wealthy Saudi Arabia tries to break 'dangerous' addiction to oil TSA Fnds record 73 Frearms in carry-on bags last week Powered by Indeed Search for Jobs
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