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Grant Thornton’s offices in Dublin Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

Grant Thornton’s Irish firm recorded almost 25 per cent growth last year as revenue increased to €126 million. The accounting and consulting group re(...)

European Union and British reforms introduced in the past two years to increase audit market competition ended up with companies switching between the Big Four rather than hiring smaller rivals. Photograph: iStock

Britain needs a new watchdog to shake up the country’s “Big Four” accounting firms and reduce their dominance of the market for auditing companies’ bo(...)

Brian Stenson from Donabate, Co Dublin, and David Stenson from Malahide, Co Dublin, contend no default of the loan agreement has occurred. Photograph: iStock

Businessmen brothers Brian and David Stenson have claimed a “vulture fund” has “concocted” the wrongful appointment of a receiver over a commercial pr(...)

Tiger Woods will play Phil Mickelson in a winner-take-all $9 million match-play event on November 23rd in Las Vegas. Photograph: EPA/Tannen Maury
When the final whistle blows

The rewards of a successful sporting career at the top level are well-known. English Premier League footballers can earn hundreds of thousands of euro(...)

Brexit was always going to be a negative for Ireland, so what we are talking about here is damage limitation. Photograph: Yves Herman/Pool/AP

The draft withdrawal agreement offers some positives for the Irish economy, promising to keep the United Kingdom in a customs union with the European (...)

The memo accused Sacha Romanovitch of mismanaging the firm, of failing to focus on profitability and of pursuing a “socialist agenda”. Photograph: Bloomberg

The UK data protection watchdog is scrutinising Grant Thornton over an anonymous memo sent to the media which contained the confidential performance r(...)

The money taken in a cyberscam has been covered from commercial revenues, primarily tourist fees paid to view the Book of Kells and the Old Library. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Trinity College Dublin has spent €184,000 on IT specialists to investigate how the college was defrauded of nearly €800,000 last year, and on legal fe(...)

 The 53-dormitory Isaacs Hostel is located near both Busáras and Connolly Station

A 290-bed hostel in Dublin’s north city centre will go on sale later today for €9.5 million through property agents JLL. Isaacs Hostel in Dublin 1, is(...)

“How could newspapers remain independent of government if they were to become hooked on the methadone of State cash?” Photograph: Robert Alexander/Getty Images

Journalism matters. But so does its independence from government and other powerful forces that it is meant to hold to account. The road to hell for t(...)

Pending regulatory approval, it is expected to close in about six-to-eight weeks

Galway businessman Enda O’Coineen, the chairman of Kilcullen Kapital Partners, has signed a deal to buy the Sunday Business Post newspaper. Staff at (...)

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