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Taoiseach Enda Kenny in a photo with young Tom Cox after the official opening of Temple Carrig School, Greystones. Also pictured is Alan Cox (L)  school principal. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The first voluntary Church of Ireland secondary school to be established since the foundation of the State has been officially opened by Taoiseach End(...)

The 0.32 of a hectare (0.8 of an acre)  site at Monread, Naas, Co Kildare forms part of a larger stretch of land zoned for retail purposes.

Agents CBRE are guiding €1.25 million for a site at Monread, Naas, Co Kildare, with full planning permission for a petrol filling station. The 0.32 of(...)

Owen Killian: bonus was withheld “pending the resumption of growth in underlying fully diluted earnings per share”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta has withheld the performance-related bonus of its chief executive, Owen Killian, amid ongoing concern over its troubled(...)

The building is in the centre of Temple Bar and has a floor area of 790 sq m (8,500 sq ft).

McDonald’s fast food building in Dublin’s Temple Bar has been acquired by a continental investor for €6.25 million. The deal will give the new owner a(...)

On a purely nutritional level alone Starbucks should be banished. A cup of black coffee contains 2 calories; some of Starbucks’ coffees contain over 500 calories a cup. Photograph: Alan Betson

Inspiring and nurturing the human spirit-one person, one cup, one neighborhood at a time. Such a sweet and sincere Starbucks mission statement. But t(...)

“The fact Apple could pay an effective corporate tax rate of just 0.005 per cent in 2014 while staying within the law is exactly what’s so obscene about the state of global corporate taxation.” Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

Apple’s products famously boast that they are “Designed by Apple in California. Assembled in China.” To which we might now add the coda: “Development (...)

As taxpayers in Ireland and in many other jurisdictions come to grips with the European Commission’s decision on alleged state aid to Apple, there has(...)

Swords Plaza occupies a pivotal location in the centre of Swords, adjacent to both the Pavilions and Swords Central shopping centres

An almost fully occupied office and retail centre known as Swords Plaza along Main Street in Swords, Co Dublin, is expected to attract a range of Iris(...)

Ireland is caught right in the middle of this long-simmering row, shortly before the EU Commission is due to give its final verdict on the Apple case.

The US Treasury has just set down a big marker in the transatlantic battle over corporate tax. The publication of a White Paper on Wednesday is a c(...)

Apple’s use of Irish companies to shield tens of millions of dollars of overseas profit away from high US corporate tax rates was sharply criticised by a Senate panel three years ago in Washington, prompting the EU investigation into alleged illicit subsidies. A ruling on the investigation into Apple’s Irish tax arrangements is expected soon. Photograph: Michael MacSweeney

The US treasury has fired a warning shot at the European Commission ahead of its ruling on whether Ireland broke state aid rules by agreeing a sweethe(...)

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