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Christmas lights in Henry Street, Dublin: Tax receipts estimated by EY to rise by 4.2 per cent next year, buoyed by a strong labour market and a rise in consumer spending.

Ireland will be among the world’s strongest-growing economies in 2019 with gross domestic product (GDP) set to rise by 4.2 per cent, according to econ(...)

Daniel Mackey and Peter Coppinger of, overall winners of this year’s  International Award at the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Accounting firm EY has predicted that economic growth in the Republic will slow from above 8 per cent this year to 4.4 per cent in 2019. The latest E(...)

Portwest chief executive Harry Hughes

Portwest, the speciality clothing company with headquarters in Co Mayo, has announced a further Aus$10 million (€6.24 million) investment in its Austr(...)

By the time puberty strikes, girls are already playing down their ambitions, frightened to fail, or to be seen as “pushy”, “bossy” or a “show off”. Illustration: Getty Images

For women, ambition is sometimes seen as a dirty word. The rationale seems to go that it’s one thing to have success foisted upon you; it is another, (...)

The portfolio of fully-performing loans, dubbed Project Lee,  represents the last of Nama’s big portfolio sales.Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Deutsche Bank has agreed to buy a €300 million portfolio of property loans from Nama that were associated with the late Cork developer, Owen O’Callagh(...)

James Marshall, supply chain manager at Nestlé Ireland and Aoibheann O’Brien, chief executive of FoodCloud. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

FoodCloud has signed a deal with Nestlé that sees the company not only providing it with surplus food to redistribute, but also paying the social ente(...)

“Ireland will remain a good place to do business and we expect to have continued demand for talented, ambitious people.” Photograph: iStock

How will Brexit impact on graduate employment and opportunities? The big four accounting firms, which provide services to small, medium and large busi(...)

Danske has admitted that a large part of about €200 billion, or $235 billion, that flowed through an Estonian unit between 2007 and 2015 may have been laundered. Photograph: Ints Kalnins/Reuters

As multiple investigations into Danske Bank A/S get under way, Denmark’s gover nment wants to know why the bank’s auditors appear to have missed sign(...)

Emer Joyce, director of EY Galway; deputy mayor of Galway, councillor Donal Lyons; Frank O’Keeffe, managing partner of EY Ireland; Paraic Waters, director of EY Galway. The firm is expanding their Galway operation. Photograph: Picasa

Professional services firm EY intends to double the headcount in its Galway office, creating 35 new jobs in addition to offering new services. The c(...)

Global Shares chief executive Tim Houstoun said the investment was good news for clients, partners, shareholders and staff.

Motive Partners, a US private equity company backed by the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF), has taken a 40 per cent stake in Irish fintech st(...)

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