Sabine Walsh, president of the Mediators Institute of Ireland, says mediation costs a fraction of the cost of litigation, and the route to resolving conflict is speedier.

Sometimes mediator Sabine Walsh finds herself talking to couples about seemingly trivial matters such as lifts to football matches and who is going wh(...)

Lucan Shopping Centre in west Dublin, where the guide price of more than €40 million would show an initial yield of 6.45 per cent.

Three Dublin shopping complexes anchored by SuperValu and another in Waterford are to be offered for sale from today at an overall guide price of more(...)

Paris Syndrome describes the delusions, dizziness, hallucinations and anxiety caused by the intense expectations of tourists, coupled with the fact that the reality of their experiences may not quite come up to their imaginings. Photograph: Thinkstock

The Café de la Nouvelle Mairie is set on a picturesque square, just around the corner from the Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris. Its clients and sta(...)

Castletroy centre: was producing a rent roll of €365,000 but service charge voids reduced that to €200,000

A shopping centre on the outskirts of Limerick city with around 60 per cent of the retail space vacant has been sold on behalf of Nama for €3.425 mill(...)

Supermacs boss, Pat McDonagh (above) confirmed this week that the withdrawal of the Australian tradmark application is purely tactical and that a fresh revised application will be lodged in the next two months.

Supermacs has withdrawn its application to register its brand in Australia in the latest twist in its brand war with fast food giant McDonalds. At t(...)

Cathy Kearney, Apple vice-president for operations based in Cork: “We’ve paid every cent of tax that’s due in Ireland. We don’t feel that there has been State aid.”

The European Commission has sought extra information from Irish tax authorities relating to the ongoing investigation into Apple’s tax arrangements in(...)

Representatives from Apple, Google, IKEA and McDonalds were quizzed by MEPs at a special hearing of the European Parliament’s special committee on tax on Tuesday afternoon in Brussels

Technology giant Apple has strongly defended its tax practices at a hearing in the European Parliament in Brussels, claiming it has paid “every cent o(...)

 Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian: The Swiss-Irish company, best known in Ireland for its Cuisine de France label, does not have a reputation for divulging too much. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Food group Aryzta broke with tradition yesterday by failing to provide an earnings guidance with its latest set of half-year numbers. “We are focused (...)

 Mars  recalled  chocolate products in 55 countries after the discovery of  plastic in a bar produced in a company plant in Holland. Photograph: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

This week millions of Mars, Snickers and Milky Ways were recalled after a customer came across a piece of red plastic in a bar bought in Germany. The (...)

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp during a training session ahead of the Capital One Cup final. “I’m not sure I’m the difference, but I know the way, that’s true.”Photograph: Tim Goode/PA Wire

It took 147 weeks for Jurgen Klopp to build Borussia Dortmund into Bundesliga champions and claim the first trophy of his managerial career in Germany(...)