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Apple CEO Tim Cook visits Irish developer Hostelworld in Dublin. He said the company was committed to Ireland. “We’ve been here since 1980. We have a very long-term relationship with the country”.

Despite Apple pulling the plug on a proposed data centre in Athenry after it got bogged down in legal planning rows, its CEO Tim Cook said Ireland is (...)

The commitment by Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe not to use all the leeway available under the EU budget rules is welcome. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Government enters the key stage of preparation for the 2019 budget with the exchequer finances in a relatively strong position. It now faces a key(...)

Paschal Donohoe, Minister for Finance and  the  Department of Finance Chief Economist, John McCarthy at the announcement of the Summer Economic Statement. Photograph: Tom Honan.

Mixed reaction came from business and economic commentators as Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe, revealed his Summer Economic Statement. The Go(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe wants to shift the focus to what he calls the Government’s “budgetary stance”, presumably to stop the endless speculation about what the Government can or will have to spend

What is the Summer Economic Statement? The Summer Economic Statement (SES) sets out, in broad terms, the Government’s financial position ahead of th(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe: cannot claim he has no cash  and so raising new revenues is a politically fraught exercise. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

The Government is talking a good game on the budget and the prudence message will be sold hard in Tuesday’s Summer Economic Statement, which will prov(...)

Darren Martin, whose daughter April took her own life last year in Dublin, holds a pendant with her photograph. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

An alarming rise in the number of female suicides in areas of south-west Dublin, particularly among single mothers, calls for the re-establishment of (...)

Nama’s latest lifetime projection, issued last week, “looks very conservative”, Investec Ireland said. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) may make a €4.5 billion lifetime surplus, beating the so-called bad bank’s own current forecast by €1 bill(...)

It is anticipated that Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe will say that his objective is for a broadly balanced budget. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Some of the high levels of corporation tax paid by multinationals will be set aside and put into the State’s so-called “rainy day fund”, the Governmen(...)

The vast majority of  landlords comply with  legislation, says the Irish Property Owners’ Association. Photograph: Istock

Landlords have nothing to fear from closer scrutiny of their income as “the vast majority” pay all the taxes required of them, it has been suggested. (...)

Executives from Permanent TSB appeared before the Oireachtas finance committee on Thursday. Photograph: Alan Betson

Oireachtas committees are an unusual beast. On the one hand they shine a light on important issues and give our legislators a chance to understand and(...)

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