The late Howard Kilroy, who served as governor of Bank of Ireland’s court of directors from 1991 until 2000. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Irish businessman Howard Kilroy has died aged 83. He was best known as the chief financial officer of the Smurfit Group during a period of major inter(...)

Shoppers on Henry Street for the Christmas sales. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Retail activity picked up considerably in the first three months of the year, according to the latest industry figures. The value of retail sales in t(...)

Minister for Finance and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe rejected advice from a senior civil servant about the broadband plan. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins

The controversy surrounding the huge cost of the National Broadband Plan is growing nearly as quickly as the list of zeros at the end of bill. Ou(...)

‘You can have higher-density housing if you use innovative layouts. More and better design pays off in the long run.’ Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images

On June 21st next, hundreds of professionals from the Irish and international property and construction sectors will gather in the Marker Hotel, Dubli(...)

Can an MBA lead to early retirement on a tropical island? Photograph: iStock

A wealthy businessman visits a small Pacific island where he notices a fisherman landing his catch. Impressed, he asks him how long it took. The fis(...)

The employers’ representative group is to begin a three part series of debates in which Ireland’s European election candidates will be put through their paces on the issues. Photograph: Ibec

MONDAY Results: Trinity Biotech, Intercept Pharmaceuticals, Liberty Global, Hertz Global, Pappa John’s. Indicators: Euro zone retail sales (Mar), (...)

Gene Murtagh: he said Kingspan had a healthy project pipeline and intended to deploy up to €500m this year

Kingspan’s board will “consider” its shareholders’ concerns after almost a quarter voted against its remuneration policy and its chairman faced signif(...)

If a mother wants to return to work after a few months so her partner can stay at home until the leave is used up, what business is it of the State to interfere in the efficiency of that choice for a couple? Photograph: iStock

‘Are you able to breastfeed?” she asked. Excuse me? It’s not every day male business journalists get asked this question at the launch of a research r(...)

Ireland’s corporate tax take has soared over the past few years, helping to pay for a lot of extra government spending. But there are fears that inter(...)

Since February 2019 the figures show an increase of 41 in the total number of homeless, of whom 37 were children, setting a new record level. Photograph: Eric Luke

The head of advocacy at homeless charity Focus Ireland has called on the Minister for Housing to look at the right to a home provision in the Constitu(...)

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