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Newry-headquartered technology company First Derivatives has appointed its chairman Seamus Keating as chief executive with immediate effect. Mr Keat(...)

Staff costs at Arkphire totalled €5.94 million while directors’ remuneration came in at €804,854.

Fast-growing Irish IT consulting and managed-services company Arkphire recorded a sharp rise in turnover and profits in 2019 after a multimillion euro(...)

IDA Ireland chief executive warned of downside risks for foreign direct investment into Ireland over  the next few years. Photograph:  Chris Bellew /Fennell.

The head of the State agency responsible for securing foreign direct investment says Ireland faces increasingly stiff competition from eastern Europea(...)

Pretax profits almost doubled at Dell Products in the year to February 2019, jumping from $12.75 million to $23.95 million

One of Dell’s key Irish subsidiaries paid $712 million (€639 million) in dividends to its Dutch parent entity last year, new accounts show. Over the s(...)

Plans are afoot to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars in the Republic

The Independent on Sunday leads with news of a possible ban on the sale of petrol and diesel cars by 2030. Minister for Climate Action Richard Bruton (...)

During the year under review, intangible assets with a carrying value of $2.99 billion were written off

Technology giant EMC, which employs 2,500 people in Cork, reported a $1 billion increase in turnover at its main Irish subsidiary in the year to the e(...)

A  BMW automobile is parked via a mobile device remote control during a smart trailer parking demonstration  in Boxberg, Germany. Photograph: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Apple, Cisco, Daimler and BMW have urged the European Commission to take action on patent abuses that are hampering the development of self-driving ca(...)

Kieran McQuinn at the ESRI forecast for 2017 and 2018. In its latest economic commentary, the institute examined the impact of a sudden reduction in business tax receipts on Ireland’s macro economy and on the Government’s finances. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

A sudden drop-off in corporation tax receipts could result in a €26 billion hit to the Irish economy and a “prolonged deterioration” in the Government(...)

 Minister for Finance  Paschal Donohoe: The windfall was driven by a number of big payments from multinationals in the tech and pharma sectors, the Department of Finance confirmed.

The Government took in a record €3.1 billion in corporation tax in one month in November, nearly 30 per cent more than expected. The windfall was dri(...)

Half last year’s total business tax receipts came from just 10 companies, believed to include tech giants Apple, Microsoft, Dell, Google and Oracle. Photograph: Paul McErlane/Bloomberg via Getty

Monday Indicators: Euro zone manufacturing PMI (Nov); UK manufacturing PMI (Nov); German manufacturing PMI (Nov); US manufacturing PMI and prices (No(...)

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