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The report estimates  91,000 net new jobs will be created in the South over the  next three and a half years, with sectors such as retail, construction and  health  set to benefit most. Photograph: Getty Images

A new report on the Irish economy predicts that economic growth in the Republic will average 2.6 per cent until the end of the decade. The Economic E(...)

Kainos chief executive  Brendan Mooney is representing Ireland at this year’s EY World Entrepreneur of the Year awards in Monaco.

Just a few weeks after many of the world’s biggest movie stars descended on the French Riviera for Cannes, the region is to pay host to yet another pr(...)

56 per cent of Irish employees suggested that their concerns relating to fraud or corruption led them to consider resigning. (Photograph: iStock)

Ireland’s culture towards corporate fraud and corruption isn’t improving, a survey conducted by professional services firm EY has found. Some 47 per(...)

At the opening of APC’s research facility in Cherrywood were (from left) APC co-founder and CTO Prof Brian Glennon,  Taoiseach Enda Kenny, and  APC co-founder Mark Barrett. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

APC, a Dublin-based firm that works with many of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, has announced a major expansion at its headquarters as (...)

In addition to meeting some of the biggest movers and shakers in San Francisco, the Irish entrepreneurs will also hear from leading academics at Stanford University and will visit Singularity University, a Silicon Valley think tank

More than 80 Irish entrepreneurs travelled to the US this weekend to take part in what is believed to be the largest unofficial trade mission to leave(...)

 Anglo Irish Bank signage: In his decision on Tuesday to tell the jury to acquit Seán FitzPatrick on all charges, the shredding of documents was among the reasons cited by Judge John Aylmer. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Kevin O’Connell got a bad feeling when he noticed the pile of documents in the blue plastic tray on the floor behind him, under the window in his offi(...)

  Solicitor Kevin O’Connell, a legal advisor with the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement: He sought psychiatric help after he informed the State legal team he had shredded documents relevant to the trial of former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank Seán FitzPatrick. Photograph: Collins Courts.

The spectacular ending of the trial of the former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank, Seán FitzPatrick, has come about in part because documents relevant t(...)

Paye workers can now earn more via Airbnb or rental income without having to undergo the full rigours of self-assessment –  and they’ll also pay less tax. Photograph: Martin Bureau/AFP/Getty Images

People earning small sums outside the PAYE tax net will no longer have to file a full tax return this October following a change in the rules coverin(...)

R&D is at the heart of the successful businesses that I see. Those that keep doing what they’ve always done get left behind,’ according to  Derek Henry, partner and head of R&D tax services at BDO.

If the bulk of research and development activity here is carried out by multinationals, does that mean the indigenous sector is falling behind? Not ne(...)

While audit fees have fallen from their dizzy highs in recent years, both PwC and KPMG saw income from their audit functions advance in 2016. Photograph: Getty Images

Fee income at Ireland’s ‘big four’ largest professional services firms rose substantially in 2016 on the back of renewed economic growth, continued fo(...)

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