Josephine Feehily, chairman of the Revenue Commissioners, told staff yesterday she is to retire shortly. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

The search is on for a new head of the Revenue Commissioners after the current chairman Josephine Feehily informed staff yesterday that she is to reti(...)

Richard Bruton said the economic relationship between Ireland and Australia is stronger now than at any time in our history

A five-day trade and investment mission to Australia by more than 30 Irish companies has begun. Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Investment Ri(...)

IDA Ireland chief executive Barry O’Leary has welcomed the decision by AlienVault and Internal Results Ireland to create new jobs

A total of 60 new highly skilled positions are to be created by IDA Ireland-backed companies in Portlaoise and Cork city. Internet security res(...)

Former Fianna Fáil TD and government minister Tony Killeen. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Being told you have a life-affecting disease or illness can obviously come as a shock. But as people come to terms with their diagnosis, many are also(...)

Nama chaiman Frank Daly. A new review has said the agency is meeting its strategic objectives

The National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) has confirmed it is to become more involved in the Dublin property market as part of a plan to boost ho(...)

Flights to and from Dublin rose 45 per cent last month, the airline said.

Aer Lingus Regional recorded its 12th consecutive month of passenger growth last month, according to new figures published on Wednesday. The airline, (...)

The programme will target a number of areas including advanced manufacturing, bio-manufacturing, energy, marine, ICT, medical devices, agrifood, climate change, smart citiesand digital platforms

Science Foundation Ireland has announced a new initiative to attract the world’s top researchers to the country’s seven universities.The Targeted SFI (...)

The investment is being made through ESB’s cleantech fund

The ESB and its cleantech fund advisor GreenCoat, is to invest €7million in Dublin-based energy management equipment manufacturer Cylon Controls. The (...)

CHARLIE TAYLORThe number of business cheques written in Ireland has dropped by 21 per cent since 2012, according to new figures from the Central Bank-(...)

 Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton speaking to the media last month following the announcement by Bausch and Lomb to lay off 200 people and close the Waterford facility if agreement on pay cuts of 20% for the remaining staff were not reached.  Photograph: Collins

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton has welcomed news that the Bausch & Lomb facility in Waterford is to remain open after employees voted in favour (...)