Britain still ranks as Ireland’s main food export destination and by some way, accounting for nearly 40 per cent of all food exports.   Photograph: Bloomberg

In the space of three weeks last September, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan changed his growth forecast for the economy three times.It was a test(...)

Tadhg Gunnell, the former head of finance and compliance at liquidated stockbroking firm Bloxham, was adjudicated bankrupt by the High Court earlier this year.

Tadhg Gunnell, the former head of finance and compliance at liquidated stockbroking firm Bloxham, has been disqualified from managing a financial firm(...)

The High Court heard that Irish law only permits third-party funding of a court case where there is some form of connection between the litigant and whoever is putting up the money

  Persona and Sigma Wireless should reveal details of a deal with a third party to fund their case against the State and Denis O’Brien, th(...)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney:  “When we bought the Uniq business in the UK four years ago, there were a load of unused tax losses and capital allowances and we’re simply working our way through those.” Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Convenience food giant Greencore, which generated €1.6 billion in sales last year, pays an effective tax rate in Ireland of just 1 per cent. The UK-l(...)

A new €5 million research centre which will see industry and academia collaborate on specific health projects was officially launched today.The Applie(...)

A spike in pharmaceutical exports saw the value of Ireland’s export trade jump to over €9 billion in March - its highest level in 13 years .Pharmaceut(...)

One Albert Quay will be Cork’s largest office space when complete

Property investment group Green REIT is to acquire Cork City’s largest office block for up to €58 million.The company said it had entered into a condi(...)

Tricel’s managing director Mike Stack said the company’s success was fuelled by the recession

Kerry-based manufacturing firm Tricel is to create 100 new jobs over the next 18 months as part of an expansion of its operations here and abroad.The (...)

A Glanbia worker  at its  Belview plant in Co  Kilkenny.

Members of the Glanbia Co-operative Society have voted overwhelmingly to dispose of a portion of its stake in Glanbia plc.The move will see approximat(...)

Ireland’s inflation rate fell further into negative territory last month, hitting -0.7 per cent, a rate not seen since June 2010.Worryingly, the fall(...)