Irish tax policy must ensure that Ireland remains a competitive location for foreign direct investment,  Lorraine Griffin, head of tax with Deloitte said.

Ireland needs to end its dependence on multinationals and broaden its support to indigenous businesses, tax experts said yesterday, as they called for(...)

Dalata held its recent agm  in the Clyde Court Hotel, Dublin, formerly the Berkeley Court. The hotel is set to close for re-development from the end of the year. (Photograph: DAVE MEEHAN)

Hotel operator Dalata said on Tuesday that it is to close the historic Clyde Court Hotel, formerly the Berkeley Court, in Dublin’s Ballsbridge, on Ja(...)

Parkside is a development by Cairn Homes that when completed will comprise some 400 A-rated houses at Clongriffin, Dublin 13.  Prices in Phase 1 ranged from € 299,000-€ 325,000 for a three-bedroom, with four-bedroom houses on sale for between € 345,000-€ 385,000.

Developer Cairn Homes said on Tuesday that it sold 30 houses in Phase 1 of its Parkside development on Malahide Road, Dublin, on its opening weekend.(...)

Many people are entitled to claim tax relief on work related expenses, be they uniforms or tools, while others can claim a certain cash amount towards expenses when travelling for work – whether they actually spend the full amount or not

If you work in the PAYE sector, it’s likely that the tax implications of expenses are not something you will have given much consideration to. Clai(...)

Pre-tax losses at gaming software firm GameAccount Network (GAN) rose to £2.6m (€3.5m) from £908k in 2014 in the first six months of the year, as the(...)

Aryzta CEO Owen Killian said that the group’s focus is now on delivering the underlying revenue growth potential of the business. (Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times)

Shares in Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta hit another 12-month low yesterday after the company reported a drop in underlying profit, which chief executi(...)

Financial planning: getting a clear and realistic picture of your goals is essential. Photograph: Thinkstock

If the shock of recent economic volatility in China caused you to take fright, the key it seems, to restful nights, is to have an adequate financia(...)

Mr. O’Brien, the company’s founder and chairman of the board of directors, will have about 94 per cent of the voting power of the company after the IPO. (Photograph: Swoan Parker/Reuters)

Digicel, the telecoms group owned by Irish businessman Denis O’Brien, is set to raise as much as $2.3 billion (€2 billion) when it lists on the New(...)

Ireland has moved into the top ten of the world’s most innovative economies. Switzerland, the UK, Sweden, the Netherlands and the US are the world’s five most innovative nations, according to the index.

Ireland has moved into eighth position in a list of the world’s most innovative economies, moving past Luxembourg and Denmark in the Global Innovatio(...)

As banks continue to offer their best mortgage rates to homeowners who are willing to lock into fixed rates, new data from the Central Bank shows that the number of outstanding fixed rate loans showed a marked increase in the second quarter.

As banks continue to offer their best mortgage rates to homeowners who are willing to lock into fixed rates, new data from the Central Bank shows tha(...)