The Bundestag, in Berlin. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Business Opinion: German plan is so good it makes it difficult for us to plan long-term

Because of the limited powers available to the Central Bank, there is not much that can be done by the monetary authorities to rein in prices until this happens Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Opinion: The emergence of non-bank mortgage financing could be disastrous

Brian Comer: Operates on a deceptively simple rule of thumb that if something is for sale in a top city at significantly less than it cost to build, it’s a deal. Photograp: Ken Lennox

With assets worth €2 billion, the Comer brothers have come a long way since leaving school in their early teens to work as plaster(...)

 Minster for Finance Michael Noonan: said  he was not aware of any plan to link debt relief to tax reform. Photograph:  Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

Retrospective recapitalisation commitment can still be leveraged

Johnny Ronan: it emerged last week that the developer is starting his comeback with a €40 million purchase of an office block in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Opinion: Treasury Holdings liquidator to rule on whether to impose restrictions

Zappos staff: “Like American high school kids celebrating the end of term.” Photograph: Zappos

Who is in the driving seat here? Zappos or its employees?

Frank Salmon, owner of CMS Distribution, the Kiltimagh-based technology products distribution and manufacturing business

Group has invested more than £2 million in new systems

Google warned that regulating the web would cost jobs and help dictators.  Photograph: Reuters/Francois Lenoir

Business Opinion: notion of trying to regulate the internet appears far off the agenda in North America

ClubstoHire, the golf club hire business backed by Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley, has signed a deal with German travel group TUI. Photograph: Getty

Golf club hire business backed by Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley signs deal

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