Move is part of push to make units more accountable for their profitability
Gaming technology company agreed to buy online derivatives broker Ava Trade in July
Case was sparked by Austrian privacy campaigner Max Schrems over Facebook data
China-led slowdown in emerging markets is exacerbated by VW emissions scandal
Airline says screen-scraper’s position on search results is misleading customers
Company, one of the world’s biggest commodity traders, has recovered losses since last Monday’s 29 per cent plunge
Michael Noonan welcomes plan but says EU should not attempt to go further
Treasury is planning a retail offering of shares worth at least £2bn by playing off retail investors against large institutions
Debts of Ballybay Estates bought by US firm through Nama’s Project Eagle sale
Plan is part of a £100m investment programme overseen by its Dublin-based management team
Spain could now be forced to submit a revised budget after December’s elections
Irish market takes its lead from Europe as monetary conditions expected to continue
Protesters break into meeting planning mass job cuts at airline forcing executives to escape
Reports that cheat software installed after finding €1bn engine family would not meet US standards
Programme of events aims to promote entrepreneurship and develop hubs in the major Irish cities
Businessman appeals High Court decision in June to grant AIB order for discovery
Expert says measures are highly protectionist in nature and favour bigger economies
Rayanir hit a new milestone in July when it carried more than 10 million passengers
The plan to overhaul the corporate tax world started with the fall of Lehman Brothers and saw Ireland increasingly in the spotlight
Average audience of 956,600 beats previous high set by ‘The X Factor’ final of 2010
Will husband’s cottage prevent dwelling-house exemption when I inherit?
If competition is introduced in the right way, it can benefit companies and consumers
Bigger countries will try to grab tax revenue as State exits era of ‘double Irish’
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