Taking off at Ireland West Airport Knock, in Co Mayo. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Taoiseach Enda Kenny is coming under renewed pressure within his own party over the future of Ireland West Airport Knock in his home constituency of (...)

Smiths designs high-grade airport scanners to detect explosives
Smiths’ IDA IOU

Smiths Detection Ireland, an Irish subsidiary of the UK- listed Smiths engineering group, has been slapped with a bill from the State for almost €1.5 (...)

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton (left)  with Olivier Novasque, chief executive,  Sidetrade Group, and Martin Shanahan, chief executive  of IDA Ireland,  at the opening of Sidetrade’s new offices in Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

It is much easier to find skilled staff in Ireland than in France, a French chief executive said yesterday as his financial software company announced(...)

The owners of Bantry House in Co Cork, who are planning to sell its contents by auction next month, previously declined a substantial offer of grant (...)

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation  Richard Bruton returns from Australia with contracts and jobs. Photograph:  Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The Government and State agency trade mission to Australia created 26 new jobs and generated €10 million worth of contracts, according to Minister for(...)

Mario Draghi: Several commentators said his action  postpones a divisive debate about launching an all-out programme to buy government bonds or quantitative easing. Photograph: EPA/Frank Rumpenhorst

Irish bond yields sank to fresh lows yesterday as global markets digested the impact of Europe’s latest monetary stimulus. The European Central Bank’s(...)

Mark Redmond: “The basic reason why we attract jobs is because US multinational operations in Ireland have a reputation for delivering on their mandate.”  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

In the global tax game, Ireland is a mere pawn, powerless in the face of big corporations and their aggressive tax avoidance schemes. It’s no s(...)

Block 2 at the IDA Business & Technology Park in Athlone, Co Westmeath, currently produces a rent of €386,689 a year.

A net initial yield of 12.98 per cent is being offered on a modern industrial premises which is let on a 25-year lease from 2009.GVA Donal Ó Buachalla(...)

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(...)

The 13 institutional grade properties in the Salix fund includes Topshop at St Stephen’s Green.

The fast-growing Irish commercial property fund IPUT plc has acquired a portfolio of Dublin-based assets from the Bank of Ireland staff pension fund f(...)