The sector with the largest monthly increase was motor trades, where sales increased by 36.1 per cent. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

CSO numbers, however, show when motor trades are excluded overall sales dropped

Datalex chief executive Aidan Brogan

Travel software group sees revenue jump 14 per cent ro $20.2m as core business grows

Irish households pay 24 per cent of their income in taxes, both direct and indirect, according to new research from the Nevin Institute. Photo: Bloomberg

Report suggests poorer households are disproportionately hit by indirect taxes, like VAT

 Alex Kovach:  it is understood his post was axed under a restructuring of the group. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Alex Kovach to step down as managing director of Camelot Global Services Limited

For Sale signs at Charlotte Quay Dock apartments, Ringsend Road, Dublin.

Latest Property Price Index suggests recovery in property is no longer confined to capital

The latest Quarterly National Household Survey, compiled by the Central Statistics Office, shows the State’s headline rate of unemployment is now 11.5 per cent, down from a recessionary high of 15.1 per cent in 2012.

Analysis: CSO survey suggests full-time jobs are leading the way in job growth

Connemara Mining chairman John Teeling: the zinc industry is finally coming back to life. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Firm’s new prospecting license is located north east of the Vedanta, Lisheen and Galmoy Mines

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan may get away with doing just €500m in austerity. Photograph; Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Stockbroking firm Investec says positive public finances are providing a strong tailwind

The Forum building, located on  Commons Street, comprises 47,109 square feet of office accommodation over two floors above four floors of car park space.

Property firm makes tenth high-profile acquisition since listing on stock exchange last year

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