The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland Energy Show: it  promotes what companies can do to improve efficiency and reduce expenditure

MONDAY Results: IFG. Indicators: German business climate, expectations and current conditions (March). TUESDAY Results: Ferguson, AG Barr. (...)

Louis Fitzgerald has reportedly bought famous Harry Street hostelry Bruxelles for an estimated €10m.

Developer Noel Smyth is planning to bring more than €100 million worth of new residential developments to the rental sector, according to the Sunday I(...)

Peter Mark hair salon on Grafton Street celebrates the reduction of the VAT rate on hairdressing to 9% in 2011.

Noticed the price of your cup of coffee going up ? Or your visit to the hairdressers? One of the most controversial moves in the last Budget was the i(...)

The final section of the M8 Dublin to Cork motorway. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Sitting in a control room in East Wall in Dublin, Kevin O’Rourke and his team watch on a bank of screens as a car leaving Dublin Port slows to a stop (...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe said that ‘given the concerns of our citizens I accept that we will have to make changes globally’.  Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/ Bloomberg

Ireland had a “victory” this week when EU finance ministers decided to abandon – for now – the idea of imposing a special digital sales tax to increas(...)

Aerogen founder and chief executive John Power

Galway-based medtech and drug delivery company Aerogen has secured a €30 million loan from the European Investment Bank to expand its manufacturing fa(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, Minister for Education Joe McHugh and Minister of State for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O’Connor  at the launch of the Government’s  education plan  at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The Government is to press ahead with plans to make geography an optional subject for junior cycle students despite opposition from teachers and acade(...)

The big tech firms continue to drive demand for new office space, and the Dublin crane count remains high. In fact, while the whole economy would take a hit from a no-deal Brexit, Dublin would have a lot of insulation. It is rural Ireland which stands exposed

Big parts of our economy are now in a kind of suspended animation, waiting for the outcome of the Brexit talks. In the domestic economy – the bit of o(...)

Ibec said any new SSIA-type savings scheme would have to work on a countercyclical basis. Photograph: Alan Betson

Employers’ group Ibec has called for a new SSIA-type savings scheme to allow households benefiting from economic growth to save more. Chief executive(...)

An Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development study indicates that 6% of university graduates are functionally illiterate. Photograph: Getty Imagfes

Lecturer Greg Foley could scarcely believe what he was seeing when marking his students’ lab reports recently. “Some of the stuff I was grading was t(...)

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