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Because shareholders also earn from stock appreciation, not just dividends? Because shareholders might be foreign nationals who pay little or no tax on those dividends? Also because profit can be invested overseas, not benefitting the host nation, or divested in options for employees which are taxed at a lower rate than income?Multiple reasons.What exactly is wrong with double taxation if total taxation ends up at a reasonable rate of taxation in comparison to other rates?
Race to the bottoms taxonomics. Yuck. Still, don't hate the player... etc.
Apple's not giving me a million dollars.
If that's what you'd claimed, you'd be right.  Didn't though, did you?  And my point was never about you being right or wrong, but that you lack any intellectual rigour.  Source your claims, and don't just pull numbers out of your ass.   If you'd sourced it correctly, then you might have got the claim right.
Not sure why you're all het up over something I haven't said yet.I don't have a 6 or 6+, so I have no idea of what you say is an issue, but I'll take your word for it.
^ they did really great. Spectacularly great. Don't judge the whole life of the company by the final years when it osbourned itself and suffered very poor managerial decisions imposed by an outsider.
^ Banking apps are nothing to do with Pay, no. And there's no evidence that these banks are obstructing Pay's launch in the UK in any way. And the thread is not about Pay, much less iTunes freaking Radio.
^ No one mentioned Pay. Spare us your unrelated negativity and bile.
The figures are publicly available and not hard to find.  Stop with the guessing.
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