Tom Savage: his term as  chairman of the RTÉ board came to an end on August 31st. Photograph: Cyril Byrne.

Minister for Communications Alex White must appoint six new members this month

€300 million spent on residential property in Dublin every month in first half of year

Tesco saw its share of the market fall by 5.5 per cent in the 12 weeks ending August 17th. Photo: Reuters. Photo: Aidan Crawley

Supermarket share figures show prices rising at the lowest level since March 2012

Sky says the letter sent by the customer seeking to cancel his subscription ‘did not contain sufficient details’

This week’s concerns relate to difficulties cancelling a Sky subscription, and a broken phone bought through Meteor

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos: ‘Can you improve upon something as highly evolved and well-suited to its task as the book? And if so, how?’ Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty

Twenty years ago, a former Wall Street trader sold a book over the internet. With this first sale on Amazon, Jeff Bezos changed th(...)

TDs and Senators are dunked by Trinity staff and students in Front Square in aid of motor neurone disease research. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

Donald Clarke may yet warm to the idea of a chilly dip for the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association

Those who are liable to pay the non-principal private residence charge have been urged to contact their local authority. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

€200 tax on second homes will attract penalties if not paid by September 1st

A year ago, Michael O’Leary admitted the airline he did so much to shape over two decades was a little on the abrupt side. He promised his charges would stop doing things to “unnecessarily piss people off”. He has been as good as his word. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Makeover is translating into more passengers, but who is paying?

Tesco, Supervalu and Marks and Spencer among almost 40 businesses punished

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