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A spokesman for the HSE said none of the parties providing specialist input to the HSE in regard to the new National Children’s Hospital had any role in the subsequent decision-making process.

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) is to question health officials over a “blatant conflict of interest” regarding reports into the national children(...)

The country’s competition watchdog has said the audit practices of the Big Four must have their own management

Britain’s “Big Four” accounting firms must ringfence auditing from their consultancy work, the country’s competition watchdog said on Thursday in a r(...)

Independents4Change TD Mick Wallace made the remark about the national children’s hospital costs as he renewed his appeal for the Government to reconsider the tender. File photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The national children’s hospital costs debacle has been described as a “f****** joke” during a late night Dáil debate on the PwC report into the cost (...)

The former presidential candidate is visiting Ireland to share his insight on climate change and the action required to sustainably and effectively manage our oceans to ensure the health of our planet. File photograph: Khaled Elfiqi/EPA

Former US secretary of state John Kerry has been announced as a keynote speaker at Ireland’s flagship blue economy conference Our Ocean Wealth at City(...)

 Joe Tynan, PwC Head of Tax (left) with some of the  shortlisted entrepreneurs for the 2019 Bolton Trust/PwC Innovation Awards  (L-R) Keith Curley, Gladcloud; Patrick Liddy, UtiltyAR; and Shane O’Sullivan, Glimpse

Three Dublin start-ups are competing for a prize of €10,000 in the final of the 2019 Bolton Trust/PwC Innovation Awards, pitching digital advertising (...)

Former Rehab boss Angela Kerins at the Four Courts. Oireachtas committee chairpersons have been told that in the light of the Kerins case, their role was of particular importance. Photograph: Collins Courts

Oireachtas committees have received extensive legal advice since the Angela Kerins case warning them to stay firmly within their remit and to treat wi(...)

“When the owners or managers of SMEs have got into detailed planning, they have found that they have been able to mitigate some of their risks very cost effectively,” says KPMG partner Ryan McCarthy

While much has been said about small firms being ill-prepared for Brexit, Small Firms Association director Sven Spollen-Behrens says this is not actua(...)

Brexit presents significant challenges for the  retail sector. Photograph: Getty Image

How are the various sectors faring as Brexit looms? Retail “It’s very challenging from a retail perspective,”says Retail Ireland director Tom Burke.(...)

‘When the UK becomes a third country it places obligations on both sides.’ Photograph: iStock

And now for the good news, if such a thing can exist in relation to Brexit. Irish businesses have probably never been in a better position to withstan(...)

A hard Brexit would probably increase the cost of living for all households in Ireland by 2-3.1 per cent. Photograph: iStock

Brexit will increase costs for businesses and, ultimately, prices for consumers. The question is by how much. “Prices will go up for three reasons: i(...)

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