Fiona Muldoon is one of three women leading Irish public companies Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

FBD Holdings has appointed Fiona Muldoon, a former senior executive at the Central Bank, as its new group chief executive with immediate effect. Ms Mu(...)

Indian artist Raj Saini puts the finishing touches to a painting  of Indian prime minister Narendra Modi. Photograph: Sanjeev Gupta/EPA

Indian prime minister Narendra Modi arrives in Dublin on Wednesday for the first visit to Ireland by an Indian leader in more than half a century. Mo(...)

Some observers believe a public country-by-country reporting regime for multinationals will eventually be put in place. Photograph: Getty Images

Ireland is to become one of the first countries to introduce measures aimed at ensuring multinationals disclose more information to tax authorities. (...)

Portrait of Rising rebel Thomas Kent.

The remains of Thomas Kent will be brought to St Michael’s Garrison Church in Collins Barracks at 3.45pm today. About 80 members of the Kent family - (...)

The security operations centre includes threat monitoring, risk assessment and incident response technologies. Photograph:  Ward website

Ward Solutions has invested €1.2 million in an operations centre aimed at expanding its managed information security services offering to customers th(...)

Glanbia’s managing director Siobhán Talbot: ‘We only use legitimate structures to support our international expansion.’ Photograph: Dylan Vaughan.

Glanbia’s managing director has defended the company’s tax arrangements, insisting it pays an effective rate of 17 per cent. Siobhán Talbot was(...)

Traders are pictured at their desks in front of the DAX board at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, yesterday. Photograph: Reuters

The Iseq slumped by 1.2 per cent as a worsening rout in emerging markets and a plunge in oil sparked a broad selloff in US and European stocks. Conce(...)

Siobhan Talbot, Glanbia managing director, said that the group’s first half year results show that its strategy is “on track”. (Photograph:v Dylan Vaughan)

Glanbia’s sports nutrition business, which includes a range of products derived from the once-discarded whey protein, has become the largest contribu(...)

In its 2014 accounts Glanbia Luxfin, a subsidiary of Irish food group Glanbia, reported profits of $14.2 million and tax of $4,175, while Glanbia Luxinvest reported profits of €2.9 million and tax of €38,863. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

Subsidiaries in Luxembourg of Irish food group Glanbia reported more than €40 million in profits last year but paid just €200,000 in tax, according t(...)

Glanbia’s Dairy Ireland profits should grow strongly this year

Irish performance nutrition and ingredients group, Glanbia, is due to report half-year results on Wednesday, with higher earnings expected. Glanbia g(...)