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Eamon FitzGerald: “We don’t ship to the Republic at the moment . . . Minister Noonan with all his duty hikes isn’t making it easy either. But you never know.”

A 29-year old Dubliner has been appointed managing director of Britain’s fastest-growing wine company. Eamon FitzGerald has been named as managing dir(...)

Michael Noonan: said biggest payout by the department was €1.72 million to Arthur Cox. Photograph: Scott Eells/Bloomberg

Legal and consultancy firms were the largest beneficiaries of the €7.6 million paid out last year by the Government’s two public finance departments.N(...)

In addition to the big players, the list includes an assortment of recruitment firms, law firms, engineering contractors and economic consultants.

IBM€44.8 millionThe consulting arm of the technology giant won three separate Irish Water contracts by tender.The first is to deliver the new utility’(...)

Chief executive of Irish Water John Tierney  and John Barry, director of the Irish Water programme at Bord Gáis arrive at Leinster House yesterday. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The Department of the Environment knew last March how much Irish Water was spending on outside consultants, an Oireachtas committee was told yesterday(...)

 John Tierney, Irish Water Chief Executive, arriving at the meeting of the Oireachtas environment committee today. 	Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

The Department of Environment took up to three months to approve €180 million in establishment costs, which included estimated spending on consultants(...)

The account given by senior executives of Irish Water today of how €50 million was spent on consultants in its first year of operation may prompt ques(...)

John Tierney faces questions from the Oireachtas environment committee on the setup costs of Irish Water

Irish Water was quick to accept the invitation to appear before an Oireachtas committee tomorrow to explain itself and answer questions about the €50 (...)

Irish Water chief executive John Tierney: with other senior staff, is  to answer questions on the controversy at the Oireachtas environment committee tomorrow. Photograph: Alan Betson,

Irish Water is expected to seek the permission of some of the companies it paid €50 million in consultancy fees to, before giving a detailed breakdown(...)

John Tierney, chief executive of Irish Water: due to appear before the Oireachtas environment committee next week to answer questions on the controversy. Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish Water and its oversight body, the Commission for Energy Regulation, are facing mounting pressure to provide some rationale and a detailed bre(...)

SD Shibulal, chief executive  of Infosys Technologies. Worldwide spending on information technology is projected to grow 3.1 per cent to $3.8 trillion this year. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Infosys, India’s second-largest software exporter, raised its annual sales growth forecast for the second consecutive quarter as economic recovery pro(...)

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