Colette and Geoff Hall’s holiday home in Donegal: “Maybe it’s because it’s a traditional Irish cottage; people abroad are looking for something that looks Irish,” says Colette Hall, who has been overwhelmed with home exchange inquiries for the property

Summer is just around the corner and, with it, thoughts of a much-needed holiday. But if your purse strings are still constrained – or if you just fee(...)

Pre-tax profits at Vodafone Ireland fell by 14.5 per cent to €100m, according to accounts just published by the Companies Registration Office.In the (...)

 The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland is calling for greater supports and “equality” for the self-employed. (Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times)

The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland is calling for greater supports and “equality” for the self-employed.At its annual conference in Killarney on Mon(...)

The NCH has secured a capital funding allocation of €  6m secured for the restoration of the Kevin Barry Room and other spaces.

The National Concert Hall broke even in 2014, on turnover of €6.8m, as the classical music venue secured its third highest attendance figures to date(...)

Green said it has submitted planning applications for the development of 13-17 Dawson Street. It acquired the re-development opportunity last August for €23m. (Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times)

Property investment company Green Reit said on Monday that it has enjoyed a “relatively stable” start to the year, and its outlook remains positive a(...)

Feargal O’Rourke: “One thing politics did teach me is that if someone looked me in the eye and said, ‘You’ll make a good senior partner’, they probably wouldn’t vote for me.” photograph: eric luke

Ireland may indulge soundbite-friendly economists and business advisers but we don’t do celebrity accountants. If we did, incoming PricewaterhouseCoo(...)

Dublin based Fleetmatics, a provider of GPS-based fleet management systems, has reported strong growth in its first quarter on the back of new busine(...)

The financial position of Irish households is stronger than it has been in some time, with debt levels continuing to fall and dependence on property easing, according to new figures from the Central Bank.

The wealth of Irish households is now at its highest level since late 2008, new figures from the Central Bank show, thanks to rising property prices.(...)

Kennedy Wilson completed  36 lettings at its Vantage apartment development at Central Park in Leopardstown in the quarter, and it continues to “drive rental growth”.(Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES )

Prime rents for Dublin offices are on track to reach new highs over the next two years, property investment company Kennedy Wilson said on Thursday, (...)

In March Hibernia acquired Cumberland House,  a prominent seven storey office building with redevelopment potential.

Property investment company Hibernia Reit has acquired two properties in Dublin’s south docks for €4.5m, bringing its total investment up to €523m.Th(...)