Social network’s payment of £4,327 is less than a single UK worker on an average salary of £26,500
Scammers are phishing for personal details in run-up to self-employed tax deadline
Award ‘for his analysis of consumption, poverty, and welfare,’ the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences says
Just 300 arrangements were agreed druing period as David Hall says reduction is ‘hugely concerning’ with many postponing bankruptcy
Mounting speculation that the crisis-stricken company will sell stock to raise funds
Remember DIRT free savings for first-time buyers? Ahead of tomorrow’s Budget we look at some past measures that never took off
Collaboration aims to provide a ‘more professional and higher quality taxi service’
If deal goes ahead the merged brewing giant would control about one third of world’s beer market
World’s most iconic maker of supercars to be valued at up to $10bn
Swiss fund manager will use new Irish Icav structure to move product from the Caribbean domicile
Investors hunt for bargains in industrials and basic materials; mixed opening for Europe expected
Brent crude has fluctuated near $45 a barrel since slumping to a six-year low in August
Two technology giants employs more than 6,000 people in Ireland, mostly in Co Cork
Motor company will offer customers in China hybrid and full electric vehicles by 2020
A round-up of business events happening this week
Government reveals payment model for new scheme to tackle long-term unemployment
Inquiry told no detail on meeting between former finance minister and American law firm Brown Rudnick
Opening delayed by six months as renovation work expands to first floor
Irish Tax Institute says we can expect tax cuts of between €600m and €750m tomorrow
Data Edge also hosts free seminar to examine 4G data challenges in Ireland
Latest news, analysis and main points as Noonan and Howlin make their announcements
14:51 EoinBK: Noonan announces plan to postpone the revaluation date for the Local Property Tax from 2016 to 2019.
Extradition case outlines Maple 10, Irish Life & Permanent transactions
History indicates stocks tend not to be impacted until late in the rate-hiking cycle, but analysts caution the current monetary environment is unlike any other
A look around the world’s stock markets
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