Undergraduates expecting to secure employment upon graduation might be surprised to discover that they may lack a range of transversal skills which e(...)

Organised by the Irish Tax Institute, the conference will discuss how new tax rules will affect companies and countries across the world

Next week Dublin Castle will host some of the world’s most important taxation decision makers and experts, there to discuss how new global tax rules (...)

Pascal Saint-Amans: director of the OECD

The Global Tax Policy Conference has a stellar line up of speakers, including what might be described as the world tax triumvirate: OECD’s Pascal Sai(...)

Photograph: Thinkstock

Sometimes it’s the most prosaic phrases that turn out to have the most far-reaching effects. “Fiscal space”, for example, will probably haunt more th(...)

Photograph: Fotolia

Ireland has long positioned itself – and had particular success in doing so – as a tax- efficient base in which to locate intellectual property (IP) (...)

Pictured from left at the launch of ‘Belfast Goes To Market’ are  Belfast Lord Mayor Arder Carson, Jackie Henry (chair of Belfast Main Steering Group), Suzanne Wylie (chief executive Belfast City Council), with local musicians,  Dave Jackson (far left) and Fiona O’Kane (centre). Photograph: Aurora PA

Belfast’s key development sites are now “free from the burden of Nama debt” and the city is once again attracting interest from developers and investo(...)

On a green journey: Michael Kelly of GIY. “It’s not really about self-sufficiency.”
It’s good to be green

Being able to boast solid green credentials is no longer just a nice thing for companies to be able to use in marketing campaigns. Environmental consc(...)

Jonathan Burke: “ I think better going will bring out the best in him”. Photograph: INPHO/Morgan Treacy

Jonathan Burke will return from injury in time to try for a first Cheltenham success, and the 19-year-old jockey reckons Supasundae is his best chance(...)

Aspira said that in addition to acquiring B-Tec Solutions, it is to invest heavily in enterprise IT services over the next two years

Irish-owned technology firm Aspira is to create 50 high-tech jobs as it announced it has acquired rival B-Tec Solutions for €1.5 million. The group, (...)

Hourly rates for partners at leading UK commercial law firms have risen in real terms to at least £775 an hour with some lawyers charging £1,000 an hour, a report from the Centre for Policy Studies think-tank found.

Hourly rates for partners at leading commercial law firms have risen in real terms from as much as £598 in 2003 to at least £775 an hour with some law(...)