It’s that time of the year again: Time for the world’s multinationals to cough up what they owe in taxes. We take a look at how governments can get their tax policies right to ensure big firms pay their way. The British government may have celebrated its €170 million settlement with Google, but critics say the sum was far too low.
Also on the show: The tale of two search engines. While google’s parent group has become the world’s most valuable company, what went wrong for its rival Yahoo? Finally, how is the economic slowdown in China affecting luxury brands?
Director of the OECD's Centre for Tax Policy and Administration