Josephine Feehily: is not impressed by businesses that have ‘fancy corporate social responsibility policies’ and don’t regard tax as part of that.

Interview: Outgoing Revenue Commissioners head is proud of her time leading the department

Crate of beer shared as former billionaire returns to former Quinn Group premises

The chairwoman of the public accounts committee in the UK, Margaret Hodge, has repeatedly attacked the way Google’s sales in Britain end up being taxed in Ireland

Think tank targets key aspects of Republic’s role in multinationals’ tax affairs

CRH chief executive Albert Manifold announced it is to dispose of its British and US clay brickwork business to US buyout firm Bain Capital

CRH announces plan to sell British and US clay brickwork business for €521m

Jean-Claude Juncker: said the deals disclosed in the reports were legal but agreed they resulted in “feeble” amounts of tax being paid by the corporations concerned

Luxembourg-based employee charged with theft and violation of trade secrets

The Blarney Woollen Mills outlet on Nassau Street, Dublin, which closed in 2010

Accounts filed by subsidiaries of Blarney Woollen Mills noted group had net liabilities of €10m at the end of January 2014

Bank of Ireland announced it had agreed to pay €253 million for a portfolio of performing residential mortgages from the special liquidators to Irish Bank Resolution Corporation

Iseq closes down 1.9% at 5,075.63 with Kenmare and Providence among losers

 EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker in an interview with French daily ‘Libération’,  said he had been “weakened” by the Lux leaks scandal. Photograph: Julien Warnand/EPA

Irish tax authority ‘will seek material’ from Luxembourg ‘if necessary’

Hutchison Whampoa Europe Investments Sarl provides finance to Hutchison 3G UK Holdings Ltd, owner of the 3 mobile network, which sponsors Ireland’s rugby team. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Hutchison Whampoa had profit of €429.6m but paid just €65,067 tax in Luxembourg

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