Ernst and Young

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Stillorgan Shopping Centre: acquired by US investor Kennedy Wilson.

US investor Kennedy Wilson has completed its purchase of 16 Irish commercial properties connected with defunct developer Treasury Holdings for €306 mi(...)

The British Competition Commission this morning set out  changes it plans to introduce in an accounting market dominated by the so-called “Big Four” players: Deloitte, KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young. Photo: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Britain’s competition watchdog has ditched its more radical ideas for shaking up an accounting market dominated by the “Big Four” audit firms, leaving(...)

Michael Malone: “We all lean towards the workaholic side of things. I suppose we have our dad to thank for that.”

Customer service has always been the cornerstone of Michael Malone’s business ethic, from the time he started digging ditches for his father’s fencing(...)

Caroline Keeling in the pepper glass house at the company’s  140-acre farm  in St Margarets, Co Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

If you have been tucking into some strawberries and cream during the recent fine weather, there is a one-in-two chance they were Caroline Keeling’s. T(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean Fitzpatrick pictured leaving Irishtown Garda Station in Dublin in May. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Seán Fitzpatrick is to stand trial in October 2014 on charges of failing to make disclosures to the bank’s auditors (...)

Suir Bridge. The Roche family, which founded the original National Toll Roads, still holds a 38 per cent share in the business with investment company One51 also a major shareholder.

NTR share buybackInvestment group NTR is examining the prospect of organising a share buyback or a special dividend to return €100 million to sharehol(...)

Ernst & Young will be known as EY in future

Professional services firm Ernst & Young is to be known as EY going forward.According to the firm, the purpose of its global rebranding is to “cr(...)

“Frank Flannery, the businessman and Fine Gael fundraiser who chairs the forum on philanthropy, called on the Department of Finance to ‘look with new eyes at this area and to do all it can to stimulate growth within it’. What Flannery means is tax breaks for big charitable donations.” Photograph: Eric Luke

Last week the Government launched its campaign to encourage philanthropy. One Percent Difference seems to be a broad church, aimed at everything from (...)

Voxpro, a Cork-based provider of technical support on behalf of Google in Europe, is launching a service aimed at smaller US tech companies looking to(...)

Jim Rohr of PNC Financial Services Group claims that there is no real appetite in the Obama administration to reform the way US corporations are taxed

The fall-out for Ireland of controversy about the amount of tax paid by Apple and other US multinationals will be muted, according to one of America’s(...)

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