Neville Isdell, the former Coca Cola chief executive who owns the CHQ building in Dublin reveals his plans for a musuem in the vaults.
Former Editor of The Irish Times Geraldine Kennedy has appeared before the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry speaking on the role of the media during the property boom in the lead-in to the banking crisis.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announces new features allowing developers to create apps for the Facebook messenger application as well as a way to communicate directly with businesses through messenger. Video: F8 Facebook Developer Conference/Reuters
Martin Mannering “stumbled across” the Irish vintage bicycle business when someone brought a rusty old High Nelly into his workshop in Cappamore, Co Limerick. Now he has a successful export business. Video: Enda O' Dowd
Apple will begin selling its new watch on April 24 rolling out its first new product in five years. Video: Apple/Reuters
Cliff Taylor explains how quantitative easing will affect big business and local economies in Europe following its introduction by the ECB. Video: Niamh Guckian
Built at a cost of €235 million, Glanbia’s new flagship dairy facility at Belview, Co Kilkenny, is the first greenfield dairy site to be opened in Ireland in more than 40 years. Video: Hijinx
Economist Alan Ahearne has told the banking inquiry he warned the then Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan of the importance of having “a very accurate picture” of the banks just weeks before the guarantee.
We take a helicopter tour of Bord na Mona's 28 turbines in Mount Lucas, Co. Offaly as they are officially switched on. Mark Paul reports. Video: Daniel O'Connor, Additional footage: Red Square Media
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd unveils its latest Galaxy S smartphones featuring a slim body made from aircraft-grade metal, in a bid to reclaim its throne as undisputed global smartphone leader from Apple. Video: Reuters
We meet Stephen Dillon the founder of Ireland's latest craft beer, who talks to us about the future of the beer market.
We take a look inside a labour camp in Qatar that is housing migrant workers and is owned by Irish company SEPAM.
David McWilliams has told the Oireachtas banking inquiry that the Irish economy was "set up to fail".
Milk quotas are to be abolished from April for the first time since 1984. We spoke to people in the Aurivo plant in Ballaghaderreen, Co Roscommon for their thoughts and how it may affect the community.
'Aerodrums' use real-time motion-tracking technology to translate air drumming into sound by measuring the speed of the drum sticks and sensors attached to the feet to a high degree of accuracy. Video: Reuters
New report shows that the Irish Music Industry contributes almost half a billion euro to the economy and supports more than 11,500 jobs. Video: IMRO
IAG chief executive Willie Walsh has told the Oireachtas transport committee that his company is 'committed to maintaining the Aer Lingus brand' should they complete a takeover.
John Fitzgerald, a research affiliate at the ESRI, tells the Banking Inquiry that the building construction sector was 'like a tumour' that 'squeezed the rest of the economy'.
A team of journalists from 45 countries has unearthed secret bank accounts maintained for criminals, traffickers, tax dodgers, politicians and celebrities.
Professor William Black, a former director of the Institute for Fraud Prevention in the United States says the Irish Bank guarantee was 'the most destructive own goal in history'.