The cheapest market to purchase property in the State is Ballaghaderreen, Co Roscommon, where the average property value is just €58,000.
A sled on wheels levitated above a set of tracks in a vacuum-sealed tube at 70 miles per hour (113 km/h) in the Nevada desert, said the company Hyperloop One, heralding a first for its futuristic transportation technology.
The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin has announced details of a €16 million expansion plan which will see its well-known Gravity Bar double in size. Vide; Guinness Storehouse
Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe played down expectations for the October budget in his Summer Economic Statement. Cliff Taylor of the Irish Times looks at the decisions the Minister faces
Businesses will vote on the future of Dublin's Business Improvement District (Bid), called Dublin Town, on July 17th. Those who support Dublin Town see it as a promotional powerhouse, while members of the “No to Bid” campaign see it as double tax.
Businesses along the Border could be very badly hit by a hard Brexit. From hoteliers to engineers we spoke to a variety of interests about their concerns. Video: Enda O'Dowd
After a year of controversies, Uber's CEO Travis Kalanick is under the scrutiny of the board at the taxi-app company. The question is, will his role survive?
Microsoft launch the Xbox One X, which they say is 'the most powerful console ever made.' Video: Microsoft
Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, gave the opening speech at The Irish Times Economic Summit 2017 in association with Deloitte. Video: Barry Cronin
Furniture and antiques dealer Niall Mullen talks us through items for sale in what is thought to be one of the biggest such auctions in the State, with almost 4,000 separate objects from the Central Bank building put up for sale. Video: Conor Pope
Figures from the HSE show that at least €19.25 million in parking charges were generated by hospitals across the country, with Cork University Hospital generating €3.1 million – the highest in 2016, at almost €8,500 a day.
The Chief Economist of the Central Bank of Ireland, Gabriel Fagan, has said that a hard Brexit could cost Ireland 40,000 jobs and lower the GDP by 3% over the next ten years. Video: Oireachtas TV
Estate agents are poised to begin seeking tenants for what will be Dublin’s tallest office building, the Exo at Point Square on the city’s docks. The 73 metre high structure could house up to 2,000 workers. Video: Savills
At the F8 2017 keynote speech, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talks about the social media platform's new artificial intelligence and virtual reality features. Video: Facebook
Appearing before the Joint Committee on Finance on Thursday, Jonathan Sugarman has said that Ireland has 'destroyed the lives of every single whistleblower.' Video: Oireachtas
A timeline to the Bus Éireann dispute, which centres around a €30 million cost saving package proposed by management
Political Editor, Pat Leahy and Managing Editor, Cliff Taylor, discuss how currency fluctuations and new tariffs may impact Irish businesses in the near future.
The Bus Éireann strike which has disrupted the travel plans of over 100,000 people this weekend, could escalate significantly next week and involve Dublin Bus and Iarnród Eireann. Video: Bryan O'Brien
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