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Fewer respondents to KPMG’s survey said they believed deal activity would be negatively impacted by Brexit compared with a year ago, the accountancy firm said.

Merger and acquisition (M&A) deals in Ireland are expected to be higher in 2018 compared with last year, a new survey of corporate executives and (...)

EasyJet shares were the biggest gainers on the FTSE on Tuesday. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters

Ireland’s benchmark index outperformed European markets on Tuesday in terms of percentage gain even though Germany’s Dax hit a record high after closi(...)

Ryanair shares climbed as the airline made progress in dealing with its industrial relations issues. Photograph: PA

World equity markets dipped on Thursday, pausing after a string of record highs, while a decline in oil prices dragged on energy shares and the US sto(...)

 FBD chief executive Fiona Muldoon: doubled her pay packet to just under €900,000. Yet FBD’s share price only rose by 4.4 per cent over the period for which that pay packet applied.  Photograph: Eric Luke

The infamous, so-called L’Oréal Defence – “because we’re worth it” – is routinely deployed by everybody from company chief executives to nurses and te(...)

European shares inched lower on Wednesday as declines in luxury fashion brand Burberry and educational publishing company Pearson weighed on the pan-E(...)

CEO chief executive Albert Manifold, best paid chief executive of a listed company in Ireland, according to a new report by Ictu. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Who is the best paid CEO of an Irish-listed company and how much more do they earn? CRH’s Albert Manifold, and quite a lot more are the answers. Mark (...)

CRH chief executive Albert Manifold: he  is the highest paid executive among Irish listed companies

A trade union study of executive salaries says the gap between the pay packets of chief executives and those of average workers is widening in most ma(...)

 Former attorney general and chairman of Golden Sachs, the late  Peter Sutherland.

The following is an edited version of one of the last interviews Peter Sutherland gave prior to his death. Attorney general, European commissioner, d(...)

Brendan O’Leary, John Palmer and John Kinnane of the  Department of Finance, at a press conference on Wednesday to announce the end-year exchequer returns. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Following a year dominated by Brexit talks and intense pressure on the Republic’s corporate tax practices, this first week of 2018 brought an opportun(...)

Applegreen, whose shares surged 29 per cent last year, is among the most widely tipped Irish stocks among analysts for 2018. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Applegreen Fuel forecourt Applegreen, whose shares surged 29 per cent last year, is among the most widely tipped Irish stocks among analysts for 2018(...)

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