(Bloomberg) Google saved $2.4 billion in worldwide taxes in 2014 by shifting 10.7 billion euros ($12 billion) in international revenues to a Bermuda shell company, Alphabet Inc., the parent of the Web-search provider, regulatory filings show.
Google Lowered Taxes by $2.4 Billion Using European Subsidiaries
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