Our take on the deals, the moves and the motives behind them
Coveney is expected to direct fire at USC proposals in a more centre-left approach
Economist says euro zone economy ‘firing on all cylinders’
Investors will want to know what led to protected disclosures by two executives
If the EU takes Britain to court, is there any hope of agreement on a trade deal?
ESRI warns of growing influence of sector and productivity problems that might ensue
Irish meat processor said to be in advanced talks to buy NI firm with seven plants in Britain
Noonan spotlights need for interim agreement at euro group finance ministers meeting
Cantillon: Start-ups may not be so happy here says an online relocations agency
Combined losses of €3.55bn incurred by Nama fell mostly on taxpayers’ shoulders
Chancellor’s retreat on self-employed national insurance will cost treasury £2bn
The bottom line is that the Nenagh workers are more expensive than their English peers
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Instead of making post offices more relevant and profitable, we seem certain to wield axe
German capital has strong rental controls, lower rents and more available apartments
The lack of a clear strategy may make Swiss-Irish food group a potential takeover target
Retail slowdown may be start of predicted downturn as UK prepares to trigger article 50
ComReg currently adjudicating in row between former British and Irish state telcos
Danny McCoy wants less saving for a rainy day, and more investment for a bright future
Liam Sloyan faces criticism over lack of supervision of National Lottery operator
Cantillon: Luxembourg-based parent is at centre of Brussels’ state aid investigation
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