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No Vegas dazzle: The sparse set of an all-digital Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Photograph: Consumer Technology Association/AFP

Image of the week: Virtual Vegas The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is usually a festival of robots, curved television screens and robots with curve(...)

 Truck drivers Pedro Ferreira and John Carroll at Rosslare Europort for the first departure of the DFDS service from  Rosslare Europort to Dunkirk. Photograph: Patrick Browne

A new ferry service direct from Rosslare to Dunkirk set sail for the first time on Saturday afternoon. For Pedro Ferreira it was a relief. Having en(...)

Facebook  submitted that online communication was already covered by the existing Prohibition on the Incitement to Hatred Act 1989. Photograph: iStock

Facebook petitioned the Irish Government last year to exclude it from criminal liability under proposed laws against hate speech and hate crime. In 2(...)

From left, 3rd-year students Eoin Lait, Jed Grzechowiak, Daniel Hayes, Aoife O’Dowd, Billy Murphy, Kayleigh Redmond Tomkins and Conor Read. Photograph: Mary Browne

At 8.30 am, around 1,600 masked students arrive at Gorey Community School, the largest school in the country. At each entrance they receive hand sanit(...)

Coca-Cola  paid tax in Ireland between 2007 and 2009 at an average rate of just 1.4 per cent. Photograph: Ramin Talaie/Bloomberg

A few weeks ago, this newspaper reported the remarkable fact that Coca-Cola had paid tax in Ireland between 2007 and 2009 at an average rate of just 1(...)

KeelClip is now in use on all four-, six- and eight-can packs in the Coca-Cola portfolio in Ireland.

Coca-Cola has been accelerating its sustainable packaging strategy over the past two years and last month announced the rollout of an innovative new p(...)

Jozsef Szajer. Photograph: Peter Kohalmi/AFP via Getty

Ironically, it has taken the resignation of a Hungarian MEP after he was caught fleeing a party described by its organiser as a gay orgy to highlight (...)

An aerial view of the 195-acre Liffey Park Business Campus in Leixlip, Co Kildare

Developer Michael O’Flynn and BlackRock Real Estate Assets look set to double their money with the sale of the former Hewlett Packard (HP) campus in L(...)

The US tax court ruled this week that Coca-Cola’s Irish operation should have paid a much bigger royalty back to the US parent.

The past is a foreign country. That is the main defence of recent Irish governments to revelations of tax arrangements used by US multinationals in th(...)

Coca-Cola: IRS found its profits were inflated in overseas operations and less profit was booked in the US. Photograph: Remy Gabalda/AFP/Getty

Coca-Cola paid a tax rate of just 1.4 per cent in Ireland in 2007-2009 on operating profits of $2 billion-$2.5 billion per annum, according to a judgm(...)

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