EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager ordered Apple in 2016 to pay €13.1bn in back taxes. Photograph: John Thys/AFP via Getty Images

Paul Gallagher, the State’s Attorney General during the depths of the financial crisis, has had a busy time getting back up to speed since Taoiseach M(...)

More leisurely, 90-minute massages are being replaced in many salons by shorter sessions with reduced touching and increased hygiene routines.  Photograph:  Getty

Is it safe to go back to the spa? How does pampering work in a pandemic and will it be possible to relax when PPE (personal protective equipment) and (...)

Nordic Aviation: creditors have agreed to shelve repayments on its   debt for up to 12 months. Photograph: iStock

Aircraft lessor Nordic Aviation Capital’s creditors have agreed to shelve repayments on its $6 billion (€5.3 billion) debt for up to 12 months, the co(...)

The National Maternity Hospital in Holles Street. The hospital’s relocation project has been beset by controversy, in particular relating to concerns over ethos. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The holding company being established to run St Vincent’s University Hospital and the new National Maternity Hospital will be bound by Irish law and n(...)

About €3.9m was spent setting up the escrow account for the €14.3bn in back tax that the Irish State was ordered to collect from Apple. Photograph: Stephen Lam/File Photo/Reuters

The Department of Finance has provided complete details of more than €8.4 million paid out in legal fees and consultancy as part of the Apple tax case(...)

Cartrawler: was thrown into emergency debt restructuring talks as its business was hit by the grounding of airline fleets internationally amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Management in CarTrawler, the Dublin-based travel software company hit badly by the Covid-19 crisis, is investing in a rescue refinancing of the busin(...)

Riverside One extends to 110,000sq ft and is occupied by Irish law firm McCann FitzGerald

Irish property company Iput has moved to consolidate its ownership of the headquarters of one of Ireland’s top law firms with a deal to acquire a 29.2(...)

The UK government decided in 1993 that non-availability of terrorism cover was an unacceptable competitive disadvantage for UK business and sponsored Pool Re. File photograph: Getty

Covid-19 has meant shuttering multiple business premises across the State. Yet tenants must continue to pay their rent and landlords must continue to (...)

Pay cuts for lawyers: McCann FitzGerald and William Fry react to coronavirus. Photograph: iStock

Top law firms McCann FitzGerald and William Fry have implemented pay cuts for their lawyers, while Arthur Cox has decided that staff won’t receive bon(...)

“There is a lot of competition out there for the best talent,” says McCann FitzGerald managing partner Barry Devereux. Photograph: iStock

Legal talent acquisition, retention and development: in a tight labour market how do organisations compete for the best talent? You’re now almost as (...)

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