The research was part of on annual survey by McCann FitzGerald and Mazars on the impact of GDPR on Irish businesses. Photograph: iStock

The sudden shift to large-scale remote working due to the coronavirus pandemic has created new data protection risks for companies, a new survey has f(...)

Hotels, non-food retail, retail property, leisure and entertainment industry businesses have been the worst affected by the coronavirus crisis. Photograph: iStock

Investment funds that snapped up billions of euro of Irish property and business loans after the financial crisis may use Covid-related breaches of lo(...)

The Government’s new Investment Limited Partnership (ILP) legislation  allows for the establishment of special investment partnerships.

Changes to the rules governing how private funds are set up in Ireland will attract up to €20 billion a year in global capital and create an additiona(...)

 The Law Society of Ireland and the Society of King’s Inns have played monopoly roles in training for the legal professions since long before the foundation of the State. File photograph: Eric Luke

The monopoly roles played by the Law Society and the Society of King’s Inns in providing professional training to become, respectively, solicitors and(...)

The Cosgrave Property Group has secured €200m from the sale of 368 apartments at its Cualanor scheme in July.

The Cosgrave Property Group has exited Nama following the refinancing of its remaining loan facilities with the State agency. Castlehaven Finance and(...)

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(...)

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