Anthony Reidy and  Ger O’Mahoney of PwC Cork with WGPA executive committee members Anna Geary and Valerie Mulcahy. Photogaph: Gerard McCarthy

PricewaterhouseCoopers has relocated its Cork offices to the city’s largest office block, One Albert Quay. The professional services firm has double(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn: “There isn’t a single house constructed on the land.” Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Developer Michael O’Flynn claims the absence of a single house on the largest fast-track planning area in Dublin more than two years after it was appr(...)

  Happier times: British prime minister David Cameron (right) and London mayor Boris Johnson   point at each other as the London 2012 Paralympic Cauldron is lit in London’s Trafalgar Square in  2012.

Just 3 per cent of business leaders in the Republic and Northern Ireland believe the UK should leave the EU, according to a survey. The “potential k(...)

Angel Gurria, secretary general of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD): the OECD’s report suggests global FDI increased by 25 per cent to $1.7 trillion in 2015. Photograph: Molly Riley/AFP/Getty Images

Foreign direct investment (FDI) among top industrial countries almost doubled last year with large inflows recorded in Ireland, the Netherlands, Switz(...)

PwC’s Feargal O’Rourke with former UK prime minister Gordon Brown  in Dublin. Mr Brown said: “The UK and Ireland are so closely interconnected as members and partners in the European Union that a British exit from the European Union would hurt both.” Photograph: Maxwell Photography

Former taoiseach John Bruton says the UK will suffer a major loss of influence on the global economy if it votes to leave the EU. He said membershi(...)

 Japanese stocks tumbled and the yen surged  after the central bank dashed investors’ hopes for more stimulus, leading to declines in most other world benchmarks after the Fed left interest rates unchanged. Photograph: AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi

The yen surged on Thursday after the Bank of Japan surprised markets by declining to boost its stimulus, battering Japanese stocks and briefly weighi(...)

The president of the Irish Farmers’ Association, Joe Healy, has criticised milk processor Glanbia over the price it is paying to suppliers. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

The new president of the Irish Farmers’ Association, Joe Healy, has criticised milk processor Glanbia over the price it is paying to suppliers. Mr He(...)

Joe Healy, from Galway, who was elected president of the Irish Farmers Association (IFA) at their 2016 Election today. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Joe Healy’s landslide victory in the Irish Farmers Association’s presidential race represents a kick in the teeth for the establishment. Electing som(...)

Galway candidate Joe Healy: playing the outsider’s card at hustings.

Having endured some of its worst times in its history over the last six months, the Irish Farmers’ Association will today hope to begin to close an un(...)

Bank of Ireland could be facing heavy losses on loans to feed machinery firm Keenan Systems, which was put into receivership last week. The Co Carlo(...)