British Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Theresa Villiers. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee of the House of Commons has described as “strange” the failure of the Northern Ireland Executive and Cerberus (...)

Business in Northern Ireland broadly welcome UK chancellor George Osborne’s budget.

It could be a challenge for some Northern Ireland firms to cope with one of the biggest surprises of the UK’s summer budget – the introduction of a ne(...)

Nama sold €5.6 billion worth of loans against northern Irish properties to Cerberus for €1.7 billion in June 2014. The US fund hired US lawyers Brown and Rudnick, along with  Northern Irish firm Tughans, as advisers. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

State agency Nama on Tuesday defended the sale of its Northern Ireland loans, which has sparked a row over claims of corrupt payments and is facing pa(...)

Under the terms of the Stormont House Agreement the devolution of corporation tax powers is inextricably linked to new welfare changes in the North. Photograph: Eric Luke

New evidence has emerged that potential overseas investors are “deferring, sometimes permanently” decisions about the North because of the uncertaint(...)

Stephen McCully, vice-president of NI Chamber; John Haran, managing director of HMC Global and Kevin Kingston, president of NI Chamber at the launch of ‘Growing Something Brilliant: An Action Plan to Grow the Northern Ireland Economy’ in Belfast.

Political stability in Northern Ireland remains the biggest issue for local businesses 17 years after the Good Friday Agreement was first signed accor(...)

North’s enterprise minister Arlene Foster   said   the latest figures still portray “a more positive picture than a year ago”. Photograph: Eric Luke /Irish Times

One thousand people stopped claiming jobless benefits in the North last month, according to latest government labour market figures which show the tot(...)

A   Bombardier Learjet 45; part of the Ministerial Air Transport fleet. Job losses in Belfast  are the result of a decision by the aerospace group to “pause” its Learjet 85  program because of weak demand. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Bombardier Aerospace’s decision to cut 130 local production jobs is yet another “savage blow” for its Northern Ireland workforce, union leaders have (...)

Richard Ramsey, chief economist Northern Ireland with Ulster Bank, said the latest survey painted a mixed picture of local business conditions.

The North’s private sector continued its steady return to health last month but at a much slower pace than before, according to a new economic report,(...)

Revel Systems is the developer of a cloud based iPad Point of Sale System (POS) that allows retailers to use iPads to do the same job as traditional cash registers. (Photograph:  Paul Faith/PA Wire)

A San Francisco headquartered software company plans to establish a new European sales and support centre in Northern Ireland and create 89 jobs, the (...)

“We want people and businesses in Northern Ireland to get connected - to use the technology”

Speed of delivery is absolutely key in Heather Boyle’s business. Everything her small company in Co Down produces is fresh – which Boyle believes is w(...)