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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(...)

“It would have been great to win it for Ireland but it wasn’t to be,” said  Edmond Harty

Cantillon has long championed Irish entrepreneurs but was particularly chuffed to see clan member Edmond Harty of Dairymaster flying the flag for Irel(...)

The Xtravision store on the corner of Baggot Street and Waterloo Road in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien.

Hilco Capital is buying DVD rental chain Xtravision out of receivership, giving the UK-based restructuring specialist a second high-profile presence i(...)

Edmond Harty at Dairymaster Global Headquarters in Co Kerry.

Last week, entrepreneurs from 47 countries gathered in Monte Carlo to vie for the honour of Ernst & Young World Entrepreneur of the Year. Over fou(...)

Michael Fingleton and Michael Walsh, Chairman at an Irish Nationwide Building Society agm in 2002. Photograph: Eric Luke.

Michael Fingleton should have been summarily dismissed from his position as chief executive of the Irish Nationwide Building Society as far back as 20(...)

Edmond Harty, founder of Dairymaster, overall winner of last year’s Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards

Four of these businesses – Datahug, Barracuda FX, Sugru and Sixteen South - which are finalists in the emerging category of the Ernst & Young E(...)

The Croatian national flag, sits alongside the European Union flag on the Croatian island of Solta, in Maslinica, Croatia.

EU membership will help Croatia deal with its troubled past, President Michael D Higgins predicted during a visit there last week. However, it’s likel(...)

British prime minister David Cameron  at the Albert Halls in Stirling on the first day of the Scottish Conservative conference.  Photograph:  Andrew Milligan /PA

The euro crisis has illustrated the dangers that could exist for Scotland if a majority of voters there opt for independence in next year’s referendum(...)

Helsinn chief executive Ricardo Braglia: “I think 20 per cent could be a good rate, comparable to what we pay in Switzerland, which is 20 to 22 per cent. Probably there is a margin to move there from 12.5 to 15 per cent or maximum 20 per cent.” Photograph: Ken Lennox

Increasing Ireland’s corporate tax rate to about 20 per cent would probably not result in an exodus of overseas multinational investors, according to (...)

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