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Tote turnover at Leopardstown’s recent four day Christmas festival fell by almost a million euro on the previous year to €1,606,297.  Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

A ban on betting on horse racing in Israel has been blamed for an alarming slide in Tote betting in recent months. Last year the Israeli government a(...)

Luis Rivas in his rented apartment in the Coombe, where the electricity and water have been turned off. Photograph:  Dara Mac Donaill

Property receivers Deloitte said it will do “all [it] can” to find accommodation for its tenants who have had no electricity or running water since th(...)

It was claimed that cattle were seen on the lands on certain days and that agents of the receiver were told to leave the property by a person purporting to be an employee of Mr Morrin. File photograph: Getty Images

A farmer has agreed to comply with High Court orders to vacate 50 acres owned by him over which a receiver has been appointed. Tom Morrin told the c(...)

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(...)

 Lorcan O’Connor,  an accountant, is currently head of the Insolvency Service of Ireland. Photograph: Eric Luke

Tackling a €780 million pension shortfall and managing extensive properties are among the challenges facing incoming CIÉ chief executive Lorcan O’Con(...)

INM’s chief executive, Michael Doorly, promised staff it will revive an “editorial systems committee” as it looks to allay concerns over the security of the emails and other data of journalists.

Independent News & Media (INM) told its staff on Tuesday it will request internal and external investigators to look into allegations that the com(...)

KPMG’s financial performance will come as a relief following a series of reputational setbacks in the UK and overseas over the past 18 months. Photograph: iStock

Big Four accountancy firm KPMG has reported revenues rising at their fastest rate for a decade in the UK, despite the blow to its reputation from the (...)

Some 84 per cent of chief executives are looking to expand their businesses over the coming year. Photograph: iStock

A considerable majority of Irish business leaders intend to expand their businesses despite macroeconomic issues, which could trouble the country’s co(...)

Motorists will ultimately have to pay a levy to meet the cost of claims for Setanta Insurance, which was placed into liquidation in 2014.

The ruling on Monday in connection with Setanta Insurance by High Court President Mr Justice Peter Kelly was a significant step towards ending a legal(...)

The research suggests that 20 per cent of Irish adults check their phones within five minutes of waking up, down from 27 per cent in 2017. Photograph: iStock

Irish smartphone users may be waking up to the realisation that they are overly reliant on their devices and could be scaling back their usage margina(...)

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