US president Donald Trump says "he hears" that corporation tax in Ireland is to be cut to 8% from its current 12.5%, Trump is currently campaigning for a cut in US corporation tax. Video: The White House
Pat Leahy and Cliff Taylor of The Irish Times discuss the "tax and spend budget" and its implications. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, outlines changes in USC and tax bands rates in his Budget 2018 speech. Video: Oireachtas
US economist Richard Thaler has been awarded the 2017 Nobel economics prize for his contributions in the field of behavioural economics. Video: The Nobel Prize
LinkedIn's new international headquarters at Wilton Place, Dublin 2 will be open to the public through a lottery for Open House, running October 13-15.
Ryanair has been warned to deliver 'action, not words' by British aviation authorities after it failed to inform 400,000 customers of their full rights regarding cancelled flights. Video: Reuters
A look at some of the new features in Apple's new smartphone, the iPhone 8. Video: Apple
Highlights from The Irish Times Tax Summit at the Weston Hotel, Dublin.
Ryanair is to offer pilots in Dublin and other bases an extra €10,000 a-year to deter them from joining rival airlines, chief executive Michael O’Leary has said at a press briefing following the company's agm.
Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary has apologised to more than 300,000 people who will be directly impacted by the airline’s rolling programme of flight cancellations.
Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary speaks to the media following an ECJ ruling that contracts with their employees are not governed by Irish law regardless of where the employee was based. Video: Reuters
Animated emojis, perfect selfies and a slick design, take a look at the new iPhone 10.
Apple has sold more than 1.2 billion iPhones since launching the original in 2007.
From opening 73 stores in Ireland since 2005 Starbucks have become a big player in the Irish coffee sector but their corporate tax payments have been surprisingly low.
PR company Bell Pottinger is alleged to have stirred up racial tensions in South Africa while working for the influential Gupta family. Co-founder Lord Tim Bell defended his position on current affairs programme, Newsnight. Video: BBC
Workers at two UK branches of McDonald's have gone on strike for the first time since the the U.S. chain opened in Britain in 1974.
Around 40 staff were joined by unions and members of the public to protest over pay and working conditions.
Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary says the airline will not bid for any of the assets of bust German airline, Air Berlin. Video: Reuters
Property tax could be set for a significant increase for many households in 2019, as property prices in some areas have risen dramatically since the tax was set in 2012. Conor Pope reports.
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