Apple is being clobbered for a huge amount of tax in Ireland, actually on the face of it against Ireland's will as well as Apple's. It's down to a European Commission ruling that Apple wasn't paying enough tax.
The amounts are so big that, if they stand, it will make a huge difference to Ireland.
The Republic of Ireland's Cabinet meeting to discuss the European Commission's decision that Ireland granted undue tax benefits of up to €13bn (£11bn) to Apple has been adjourned. Finance Minister Michael Noonan said the Irish government will appeal the ruling. Independent ministers have sought the recall of the Irish parliament if they are to back an appeal.