Denmark

964 results

Those who have visited Iceland before will need no convincing of its splendour. Its desolate beauty is the stuff of legend among those who return time(...)

Aerial view of the site of the proposed Apple data centre at Athenry, Co Galway, that did not proceed

Data centres are big business in Ireland. But should the State demand more in how they are built and how they draw down energy? Especially when one p(...)

At least half of the more than €8 billion the exchequer will receive this year in corporation tax is  attributable to the transfer of profits to Ireland by US multinationals. Photograph: Eric Luke

Since the economy began to recover, the share of corporation tax in government income has dramatically increased. Today this source amounts to more th(...)

Germany chancellor Angela Merkel with Hungary’s far-right prime minister Viktor Orban.  Migration, as Merkel repeats now on a daily basis, is the issue on which the EU’s fate rests. Photograph:  Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images

It’s a worrying sign of the times when Chancellor Angela Merkel’s talks yesterday afternoon with Theresa May on Brexit are viewed in Berlin as light r(...)

There are a variety of reasons behind why some goods and services are so much more expensive in Ireland. Graphic: Irish Times Graphics

Ireland remains one of the most expensive countries in the EU to live in. And that’s official. According to new figures from Eurostat, the EU’s stati(...)

Sarah Ibrahim (31) walks through a secure camp for the families of Islamic State members, in Kurdish-controlled northern Syria, on June 23rd. Photograph: Ivor Prickett/The New York Times

When her husband uprooted their family from Morocco to live under Islamic State in Syria, Sarah Ibrahim had little choice but to go along. After he di(...)

Danske was already reprimanded and severely criticised by Danish regulators in May for weak anti-money laundering controls that led to suspected “criminal activities involving vast amounts of money”

Shares in Danske Bank fell 3 per cent after reports that it may have laundered up to $8.3 billion (€7.1 billion) through its Estonian operations, more(...)

Refugees wait for a special train in Freilassing, southern Germany, in September 2015 after they were taken off express trains from Hungary and Austria. Photograph: Christof Stache/AFP/Getty Images

The German federal police officers, in black protective vests, are waiting on the platform of Flensburg’s redbrick expressionist station when the trai(...)

German chancellor Angela Merkel greets French president Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday during German-French government consultations near Gransee in Germany. Photograph: Michele Tantussi/Getty Images

The Republic has joined 11 other euro-zone countries in signing a joint email urging a wide-ranging discussion among European Union leaders next week (...)

Norwegian-born shipping tycoon John Fredriksen: his business empire includes the world’s largest salmon farmer Marine Harvest, which has interests in the Republic. File photograph: Ints Kalnins/Reuters

Billionaire investor John Fredriksen has agreed to buy a stake in Bulk Infrastructure, which plans to build a large data centre in his native Norway a(...)

  • « First
  • Prev
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • Next
  • Last »