Despite a 3 per cent dip in sales, Tesco remains Ireland’s leading supermarket

The latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel show that competitive pricing among the State’s largest retailers in the run up to Christm(...)

Lisa Redmond: ‘I wait until I’m in a bad mood to call the insurance company.’ Photograph: Eric Luke

Insurance is not the sexiest word in the English language, but paying attention to the bottom line when it comes to car, home and life insurance wi(...)

The ECB did not say how much the contracts were worth.

The European Central Bank hired four major asset managers to carry out from November its purchases of securitised private debt, one of the stimulus me(...)

The Court of Criminal Appeal has quashed the convictions of two Laois brothers for raping a woman in a hotel room after hearing new evidence from a ke(...)

Peshmerga fighters are seen in vehicles with Kurdish flags as they guard Mosul Dam in northern Iraq . Photograph: Youssef Boudlal/Reuters

Iraqi Shia militiamen opened fire on minority Sunni Muslims in a mosque today, killing dozens of people just as Baghdad is trying to build a cross-com(...)

The decision to merge the NCA with the Competition Authority is is not even the current Government’s policy – it was announced in a budget speech by the late Brian Lenihan almost five years ago.

While consumers were promised a “watchdog with real teeth” by Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton as he publishe(...)

Superquinn in Blackrock was one of 24 supermarkets rebranded as SuperValu last month. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Tesco is perilously close to losing its pre-eminent position in the Irish supermarket sector with the latest figures from retail analysts Kanta(...)

Pictured at the start of NDRC’s LaunchPad accelerator programme are  Claire Burge (Winit),  Gary Leyden, director (NDRC’s LaunchPad) and  Terence Hong (Adjuno).

A new accelerator programme aimed at financial services technology firms is hoping to encourage innovation in the secto(...)

A large creche which has been vacant since it was completed in 2007 at Grand Canal Square in Dublin’s south docklands is to be offered for sale(...)

Chairwoman of the Revenue  Commissioners Josephine Feehily told the PAC  today its records showed  hundreds of thousands of householders who paid the property tax  had not paid the household charge. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / THE IRISH TIMES

Between 400,000 and 500,000 people have not yet paid the €200 Household Charge and the Revenue Commissioners warned today it will “go after the(...)