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exec told a parliamentary committee. The Thursday hearing was called after Google parent Alphabet Inc. agreed late last month to pay $185 million in taxes going back to 2005 after an audit by the UK's version of the IRS. Plenty of Britons were outraged over the “sweetheart” deal for the Mountain View, Calif.-based company, which has been criticized across Europe for taking advantage of tax loopholes. While attempting to defend the deal, Brittin claimed to “understand the anger” of everyday people who feel the company isn’t paying its fair share of taxes. Some reports have pegged its corporate tax rate at just 3 percent. Meg Hiller, the committee chair, expressed her doubts that he did understand the public outrage and asked to know what he got paid. “I’ll happily disclose that if that is a relevant matter to the committee,” he said. Hiller continued to press him: “I’m asking you, so it’s a relevant matter, can you tell me what you get paid please, Mr. Brittin?” “I don’t have the figure, but I’ll happily provide it,” he said. “You don’t know what you get paid, Mr. Brittin?” Hiller said, drawing laughter in the room. The pay for top tech execs tends to be heavily skewed toward stock grants and options, with some even forgoing a base salary. Britti
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Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 80 Star 447 Fork 80 NativeScript/nativescript-cli Code Issues 78 Pull requests 1 Projects 0 Wiki Pulse Graphs https://github.com/NativeScript/nativescript-cli/issues/2039 New issue nativescript-google-maps-sdk Sandbox-exec error #2039 Closed eppisapia opened this Issue Sep 7, 2016 · 4 comments Projects None yet Labels None yet Milestone No milestone Assignees No one http://abcnews.go.com/Business/google-executive-admits-driving-technology-perfect/story?id=37666168 assigned 2 participants eppisapia commented Sep 7, 2016 Hello, After installing the library "native script-google-maps-sdk" (Follow the configuration guide) I get this error: 'Processing node_modules failed. Error: Command sandbox-pod failed with how to exit code 71 Error output: sandbox-exec: [email protected]/gems/cocoapods-1.0.1/bin/pod: Operation not permitted' I found out some old issues like this so I tried to solve this is: Change sandbox's permission but get same issue I read about change Ruby version to 2.1.1 or bellow but if I do im not able to use Cocoapods thats require 2.2.2 or further How can I solve this or there how to organize is another way to use API GoogleMaps? wdulin commented Sep 7, 2016 • edited I solved this problem by changing NativeScript to avoid using sandbox_exec. Find the config.json file and change "USE_POD_SANDBOX" value to 'false'. Mine was in '/Users/$USER/.npm-packages/lib/node_modules/nativescript/config' but I have my npm global packages installed under my home directory. eppisapia commented Sep 7, 2016 @wdulin i'm not sure of this but isn't sandbox needed to use Api Key Authentication? wdulin commented Sep 8, 2016 • edited @eppisapia my understanding is that the sandbox is used to protect against malicious Pod code. But then I am certainly no expert on building with CocoaPods. There is another thread here about this 1249. eppisapia commented Sep 9, 2016 Hey @wdulin I did what you say, putting "USE_POD_SANDBOX=false" solve this issue. Thanks you eppisapia closed this Sep 9, 2016 Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Already have an account? Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc. Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. You signed in with another tab or wi