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30-33 Molesworth St, which was previously owned by Green Reit, has been sold to German investor KanAm  Grund by Henderson Park for €60m.

UK property company Henderson Park Capital is understood to have secured about €60 million from the sale of a prime Dublin office building to the Germ(...)

Deloitte Ireland forecast last week that Irish retail banks are likely to cut  as many as 7,650 positions  in the next five years.

Financial Services Union (FSU) general secretary John O’Connell will raise fears over a fresh wave of job losses in the banking sector in a meeting wi(...)

Confidence in visiting physical stores increased by five points in the survey, with 61%  of consumers now feeling it is safe to do so, putting Ireland second in Europe in this category. Photograph: Getty Images

Irish retailers and service providers have succeeded in assuring many people that it is safe to start living normally again, and consumers are increas(...)

 Grafton Street in Dublin recently: Insolvent liquidations are set to spike in the coming months, particularly in the retail, hospitality and tourism sectors. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

As the economy continues to emerge gingerly from a coronavirus-induced coma and companies survey the damage, many are running out of time, putting off(...)

Because of video conferencing, executives are getting more frequent and greater exposure to employees than ever before. Photograph: Albert Gea/Reuters

In mid-March, Deloitte’s global chief executive Punit Renjen wrote a piece in Deloitte Insights about resilient leadership in the face of Covid-19. He(...)

Irish  banks are likely to cut the equivalent of 7,650 positions  in the next five years, according to Deloitte Ireland. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell/Bloomberg

Irish retail banks are likely to cut up to 30 per cent of jobs – the equivalent of 7,650 positions – in the next five years as the Covid-19 crisis shi(...)

Sales in the crucial new 202 registration period were down 18 per cent over the first two weeks of July compared to the same period last year

The Irish motor industry faces job losses and potential dealer closures well into next year, warns a new report from Deloitte Ireland. Its review of(...)

A Deloitte office in the Netherlands. The firm’s Irish member topped the league table of corporate deals for the first half of this year.

Accountants Deloitte led the way in advising on corporate dealmaking in the Republic in the first half of this year, new figures show. Covid-19 sent (...)

UK regulators have set deadline for the first structural overhaul of the way Big Four auditing firms operate since a string of reviews prompted by the failure of outsourcer Carillion. Photograph: Daniel Sorabji/AFP/Getty Images

The UK’s Big Four accounting firms have until 2024 to separate their audit practices following a severe edict from the accounting regulator that marks(...)

Datalex’s software is used for booking flights, seats and bags and allowing carriers to sell on car, hotel and insurance deals. Photograph: iStock

Datalex, the travel retail software provider to airlines that’s being kept alive with the support of Dermot Desmond, warned at the end of April it was(...)

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