Ireland is known for its start up culture and entrepreneurship. But when going up against the giants of their industry are the small guys getting all the help they need? Video: Enda O'Dowd
Economics Editor Arthur Beesley analyses the state of Ireland's economy in the build up to Budget 2016. Have the good times returned or is this in fact a false recovery?
The Apple Watch originally went on sale in April, but it took until September for Irish retailers to get their hands on it. Business reporter Ciara O’Brien finds out if it was worth the wait.
Joe Tynan, PwC Head of Tax, Austin Hughes, Chief Economist, KBC Bank Ireland, and Susan Kilty, PwC International tax partner, discuss the upcoming budget.
Tallaght Cross West, a mixed-use retail and multi-family apartment development at Tallaght Cross West in Dublin 24 is to be offered for sale on behalf of Nama at over €80 million.
German Justice Minister Heiko Maas calls the verdict of top EU court on data invalid saying the US-EU data transfer deal is a 'signal for the protection of data'. Video: Reuters
Speaking at the British Irish Chamber of Commerce 2015 president's gala dinner, Michael O'Leary, Ryanair CEO, has praised Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan for abolishing the travel tax. Video: British Irish Chamber of Commerce
Motoring editor Michael McAleer explains why Europe chose diesel and why EU emission tests aren’t fit for purpose. Video footage: Getty Images
Volkswagen has admitted up to 11 million of its vehicles worldwide have been fitted with software to deceive US emissions tests. Assistant business editor Michael McAleer explains what happened and what it means for motorists and manufacturers. Video footage: Getty Images
The long delayed sale of Elm Park, the vast office and residential development at Merrion Road in Dublin 4, is finally to proceed following a decision by Nama to offer the investment for sale on the international market.
The CEO of Volkswagen US, Michael Horn, says he is confident the car manufacturer will make amends following emissions test rigging. Video: Reuters
German luxury carmaker BMW's new chief executive, Harald Krueger, faints on stage at the Frankfurt auto show. BMW later confirmed Krueger is stable and recovering well. Video: Reuters
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