Peter Keegan, president of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland. On income taxes, he said “employees and employers simply cannot afford to pay any more”.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The collapse of the Bord Gáis Energy sale will not leave a funding gap in the Government’s job stimulus package, the Minister for Finance has said.Bef(...)

Mark Redmond: is currently chief executive of the Irish Taxation Institute. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The American Chamber of Commerce in Ireland, which represents the interests of large US investors in Ireland, has appointed Mark Redmond as its new ch(...)

Ireland was the fourth largest recipient of foreign direct investment from the US in 2012.

US firms invested $129.5 billion in Ireland over the five years to 2012, about 14 times what the firms invest in China, a new report from the Ameri(...)

Peter Keegan, president of the the American Chamber of Commerce in Ireland, and guest speaker broadcaster and filmmaker Philip King at the annual Independence Day luncheon in the Four Seasons Hotel, Dubin yesterday. Photograph: Frank Miller

Criticism of Ireland’s treatment of multinational companies for tax has been based on “vague accusation and a poor understanding of global commerce”, (...)

American Chamber of Commerce president Peter Keegan: “Untold damage to our international reputation could result if we enter into a summer of discontent has warned. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A summer of discontent on the industrial relations front could damage Ireland’s economic recovery and international reputation, American Chambe(...)