Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said he was amending the Special Assignee Relief Programme (Sarp). .Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Move intended to make Ireland more attractive to firms wanting to bring key decision makers

Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, gestures as he attends a talk at Tsinghua University, in Beijing. Photograph: Reuters

Over-achieving tech billionaire puts monoglots to shame by holding Q&A in Chinese

Spokesperson on Finance Michael McGrath says some households could see annual liability jump €360

FF’s Michael McGrath wants Government to use today’s Finance Bill to scrap planned increase

Figures from the Department of Agriculture suggest the State’s milk supply is currently 6.93 per cent over-quota

Farmers ramp up production ahead of removal of quota regime

Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan: Lady Bracknell would have been justified in censuring Irish policymakers. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill / Irish Times

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Avolon recently signed a purchase agreement for six Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.

Dublin-based aircraft leasing company ends third quarter with fleet of 227

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan says tax inversion deals giving rise to negative perceptions

Minister says spate of inversions were being driven by tax issues in other jurisdictions

Food surplus redistribution hub: (from left) Karen Horgan, project manager, Trevor Keating, depot manager, Brendan Dempsey, director, and Leonard Murphy (driver) at the Bia Food Initiative’s hub in Cork.  Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Bia Food Initiative has put in place infrastructure to manage and redistribute large scale donations than might otherwise be waste(...)

Move comes as Chinese asset managers look to internationalise business

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