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PayPal’s study forecasts that Irish consumers will spend €7.8 billion online this year

Irish consumers are more likely to opt for international online stores rather than local ones, according to new research that shows we spent €2.7 bill(...)

A report by the Economist in 2017 found New Zealand had the most unaffordable house prices in the world. Photograph: Mark Coote/Bloomberg

The New Zealand government has banned the sale of existing homes to foreign buyers, saying New Zealanders were sick of being “tenants in our own land”(...)

A U2 fan with tickets for a Dublin gig. The Government has announced plans to tackle price gouging by online ticket touts. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

New legislation to tackle ticket touting at large concerts and sporting events has been agreed by the Government. That’s good news: ticket reselling –(...)

Devin Wenig,chief executive of Ebay. Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

Ebay rattled investors by trimming its annual revenue forecast, signalling that the online marketplace is losing momentum as the critical holiday seas(...)

Katie Doyle: “We’re going where Ryanair and Aer Lingus go to try and keep the price down because of student budgets.”

“I definitely didn’t plan this – I have a degree in English literature and I wanted to be a writer my whole life, which was always the plan”, recalls (...)

The Garda is the only State organisation allowed to intercept communications for investigations. File photograph: Getty Images

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) will ask the Government for powers to mount electronic surveillance and intercept communicat(...)

 Kate O’Connell TD, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, Amazon Web Service Ireland country manager Mike Beary and Martin Shanahan  at the opening of the AWS new office in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The strangely muted reaction this week to the news that Amazon is creating 1,000 new highly-skilled jobs in Dublin is the surest proof yet that the ec(...)

Brendan Smith, whose fine in carpet bid-rigging case was increased. Photograph:  Collins Courts.

The Court of Appeal has increased six-fold the fine imposed on a man convicted in the first successful bid-rigging prosecution in the history of the S(...)

Peter Coppinger and Daniel Mackey of Teamwork.com, which employs 200 people and has 22,000 customers.

At a young age, both Peter Coppinger and Daniel Mackey developed an interest in computer programming. Peter, at just 10 years old, began selling games(...)

 PayPal research indicates the average Irish adult is owed €152 by friends and family. Photograph: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

PayPal is scrapping fees on euro transfers between friends and family in the Republic, as the company aims to encourage consumers to ditch cash. “Cas(...)

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