President of the European Commission, former Luxembourg Prime Minister Jean Claude Juncker, has admitted he has been politically damaged by the disclosures.

LARA MARLOWE in ParisThe French whistle-blower at the origin of the LuxLeaks scandal says he acted out of conviction and that other employees of the “(...)

Jean-Claude Juncker: said the deals disclosed in the reports were legal but agreed they resulted in “feeble” amounts of tax being paid by the corporations concerned

A former employee of PricewaterhouseCoopers in Luxembourg has been charged in relation to the leaking of thousands of pages of confidential documen(...)

One of the reasons people are so downbeat is because they have had to increase spending on nondiscretionary items such as utility bills over the past six months.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Consumers appear increasingly gloomy about their financial prospects despite upbeat assessments from political and economic circles about sustained re(...)

Skype negotiated a deal with the Luxumbourg tax authorities.

Internet phone giant Skype negotiated a deal with Luxembourg’s tax authorities involving intellectual property held by an Irish subsidiary being li(...)

EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager: “We consider the Luxembourg leaks as market information. We will examine it and evaluate whether or not this will lead us to opening new cases.” Photographer: Freya Ingrid Morales/Bloomberg

A new leak of confidential documents expands the list of big companies seeking secret tax deals in Luxembourg, exposing tax-saving manoeuvers by Ameri(...)

European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker: said the interaction of national and international tax law resulted in a level of taxation in Luxembourg “which doesn’t correspond to the notion of fiscal justice”. Photograph: Jock Fistick/Bloomberg

Fresh pressure on recently elected European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker is likely as a new set of leaked documents shows more multinat(...)

ServerSpace lists   Jurys Inns hotel group and Car Shop, the UK’s leading car supermarket group, among its clients

Tech company ServerSpace, which was established by Dublin-born entrepreneur Tim Pat Dufficy, has been acquired by Scottish cloud computing company iom(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary: “Being nice to people doesn’t come naturally to me.” Photograph: Reuters

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary has criticised the Irish taxation system, saying the government needs to address the unfair and undue tax burd(...)

Joint agents Bannon and Lisney are to seek in excess of €50 million for the grocery-led centres in Dungarvan, Thurles, Mullingar, Navan and Cashel which are to be sold in a single lot.

Five relatively small provincial shopping centre are to be offered for sale on the instructions of Nama. Joint agents Bannon and Lisney are to seek in(...)

Bristol-Myers Squibb chief executive Lamberto Andreotti and Taoiseach Enda Kenny in New York this week.

Bristol-Myers Squibb has a subsidiary in Luxembourg that has one part-time employee, assets of €22.7 billion, and a branch in Swords, Co Dublin. (...)