Latest exchequer returns benefit from spike in corporation tax payments.
Just over 20,000 people started a new business in 2014, down significantly from 2013
Economist will teach students in the school’s MBA programme
Report says consumers remain wary about the scale and sustainability of recovery
Big question is whether a market-driven economy is compatible with the growing concentration of political power
Lack of information about ‘opaque’ special purpose vehicles make it difficult to assess financial stability implications
Small monthly rise in August breaks 26-month decline
Ireland is one of the most expensive countries in the EU, only exceeded by Denmark.
Documentary an excellent way of showcasing Ireland, says Tourism Ireland chief
Some of the current directors of Northern Ireland plc have not quite fulfilled their responsibility
It took a domestic disaster such as Hurricane Katrina to burst bubble of George W Bush
Many experts believe house prices will remain on an upward curve due to demographic pressures, rising employment and lower taxes
US stocks join renewed global sell-off over China woes
But company deposits show first increase since April, driven by overnight category
Oil prices have fallen from above $60 a barrel in early July to around $43 last week
Company insolvencies decreased by almost half last month compared to August 2014
New data reinforces expectations that private consumption will support growth
Debate intensifies in US Federal Reserve over how soon to raise interest rates
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