In presentation to EU leaders, ECB chief cites slow price growth as reason to keep rates unchanged
Anxiety among frontier businesses over the North’s status in customs union
Expansion comes despite momentum easing in June due to weakened services activity
Markit’s latest Purchasing Managers’ Index falls to four-month low of 56.1
Planet Brexit: the week in Britain’s economic self-sabotage
It was a decision that shocked, but twelve months on from last June’s Brexit vote in the UK how are Northern businesses gearing up for life post-Brexit?
Loss to exchequer in 2015 €9.5m as almost 600 executives availed of relief programme
‘Irish Times’ annual survey reveals that these elite companies generate profits of €34bn
More than 100 Grant Thornton staff have registered to take part in Dublin Pride parade
A year ago Britain seemed like a stable, tolerant, reasonably well-run place. Not anymore
The phoney war is over and there will be big shifts into and out of Ireland, says Cliff Taylor
Companies under scrutiny include HNA, owner of Irish leasing firm Avolon
Cantillon: Donohoe needs to fix EIIS, and give some clarity on the issue of eligibility
Think tank suggests official house construction statistics may be overstating activity
Cantillon: Minister for Housing will have no shortage of supporters to scrap the scheme
Employment Incentive and Investment Scheme criticised by firms and investors
Taoiseach to urge talks progress as ESRI says main impact would be on labour market
European Commission directive tackles aggressive tax planning
Martin Wolf: Federal Reserve has to walk tight line on US monetary policy
Dubliners spent the most on takeaways while mideast region had highest expenditure per week
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