The so-called “inversion” deal involving Tyco and Johnson Controls drew the ire of US politicians and put a renewed focus on Ireland’s corporate tax regime

Multinational Tyco has confirmed Cork will be the firm’s global headquarters following its controversial merger with US firm Johnson Controls. The s(...)

Jean-Claude Juncker: The European Commission President was prime minister of Luxembourg when most of the ’Luxembourg leaks’ tax deals were negotiated. Photograph:  Laurent Dubrule/EPA

The European Union’s fight against aggressive corporate tax planning steps up a gear today when the EU economics commissioner unveils a new package on(...)

Richard Bruton said Ireland did not gain from corporate tax inversion deals

The Government has sought to distance itself from criticism over the latest corporate tax inversion with Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation (...)

Hillary Clinton,  2016 Democratic presidential candidate, speaks during a Democratic Town Hall event in Des Moines in Iowa  on Monday. Photograph: Patrick Fallon/Bloomberg

US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton denounced another US company for relocating to Ireland through a “corporate inversion,” calling t(...)

Unforeseen technical problems are part and parcel of the daily business of an air carrier and as such could not be deemed “extraordinary”. Photograph: REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton

There were developments in September in relation to the European Law obligation on airlines to pay compensation where a flight is delayed or (...)

Green Reit Stephen Vernon (left) and Pat Gunne. Mr Greene said the yield premium over Dublin is attractive.

Signs suggest the rising commercial property market tide, which began lifting Dublin more than two years ago, is now starting to raise a few other boa(...)

One Albert Quay will be Cork’s largest office space when complete

Property investment group Green REIT is to acquire Cork City’s largest office block for up to €58 million.The company said it had entered into a condi(...)

Multinational Tyco expects to hire an estimated 600 employees in Cork over the next three years, bringing its total employment in Ireland to approximately 700 (Photograph: Eliot J. Schechter/Bloomberg)

Tyco, the New York listed provider of multinational fire and security products has moved its global headquarters from Schaffhausen, Switzerland to Cor(...)

US president Barack Obama: denounced corporate inversion as “unpatriotic” and referring to companies availing of the practice as “deserters”. Photograph: Saul Loeb/The New York Times

Having ramped up the rhetoric, it appears that the United States will once again fail to deliver. As the OECD is due today to publish its report on Ba(...)

President of Spanish wifi company Gowex, Jenaro Garcia, who announced on Twitter last week that the company’s accounts had been falsified for more than four years. Photograph: Angel Diaz/EPA

To many, attempting to profit from stock market falls is immoral and parasitic. Short sellers, however, see themselves as the detectives of the stock (...)