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Cherrywood is a prime example of a development planned around a key transport node, EY Ireland says. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Building housing “and then hoping public transport can be installed afterwards is inefficient and risky”, according a soon-to-be published critique of(...)

Dublin’s docklands: FDI levels in the State remain ‘remarkable’, said EY, despite drops in 2019 and 2020. Photograph: iStock.

The Republic ranks ninth out of 48 countries in Europe for foreign direct investment (FDI), according to a study of the most attractive locations for(...)

The development of the Cork commuter line, which is to receive funding of €184 million, is one of many projects set to be backed by the EU through its support for Ireland’s national recovery and resilience plan. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A total of €524 million out of an initial €915 million in funding from the European Union for Ireland’s national pandemic recovery and resilience plan(...)

German payments provider Wirecard’s offices   in Aschheim near Munich.

EY auditors failed to scrutinise Wirecard’s operations in Asia that lay at the heart of the payment group’s fraud, according to a confidential report (...)

Some 91 per cent of Irish chief executives told EY they expected empathy and soft skills to come to the fore. Photograph: iStock

Four-fifths of Irish chief executives are planning a “major transformation” of their companies over the next 12 months, with the pandemic acceleratin(...)

Dublin’s Aviva Stadium, home to Irish rugby. The IRFU asked for €20 million in Covid relief funding in 2020 and received €18 million. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) was the most successful of the “big three” sports in getting Covid-related funding from the state last year, acc(...)

Some 53 per cent of firms are anticipating a pick-up in business activity in the near term, Bank of Ireland says.

Business confidence jumped in April to higher levels than seen even before the Covid-19 pandemic, as they eye the rollout of vaccines and some easing (...)

We could be a lot better at recycling in Ireland
Recycling in the pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic may have had some benefits for the environment – less flying and driving to name a couple. But after years of effort to eradicat(...)

‘We’ve almost got to get to the position where we buy EVs for people in order to get them to get rid of their 1990s cars.’ Photograph: iStock

The Government has adopted a carrot and stick approach to consumer decarbonisation. Subsidies to ease the financial pain of an electric vehicle (EV) a(...)

Despite the efforts made to date Ireland is one of the most fossil fuel-dependent economies in Europe

We may be the Emerald Isle but selling Ireland’s environmental “greenness” on the international stage is going to be critical to our future prosperity(...)

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