Five Google execs probed for tax evasion

Internet giant 'dodged 227 million in taxes'

(ANSA) - Milan, February 11 - Milan prosecutors have investigated five Google executives for failing to declare 2009-2013 income and evading taxes of 227 million euros, sources said Thursday.
    Two of the suspects served as president of Google Italy.
    Another two sat on the board of both the Italian affiliate and the parent company, Google Ireland Ltd. The fifth sat on the Irish company board as legal representative. The five will be notified of the close of the investigation against them in the coming weeks.
    In Italy, such a notification is usually a prelude to an indictment.


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