Starbucks says paid British corporation tax after row

US-based coffee giant Starbucks said Sunday it had paid 5 million euro in British corporation tax and will pay another 15 million euro by next year after facing a backlash from lawmakers and customers over non-payment.

Starbucks threatens to suspend million pounds of investment in Britain

Kris Engskov, the multinational’s UK managing director, demanded talks at Downing Street after Cameron said tax-avoiding companies had to “wake up and smell the coffee”.