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A woman on her Apple iPhone outside Government Buildings in Dublin yesterday as Taoiseach Enda Kenny reiterated that Ireland does not negotiate specific tax deals with individual companies amid mounting criticism of Apple’s corporate tax arrangements and its relationship with Ireland.

The accusation at a Senate hearing that technology giant Apple used Irish companies to avoid billions of dollars in US taxes generated plenty o(...)

Releasing data sets and collaborating with the public and businesses is one way the public sector can solve problems and improve services

Getting data sets from inside government, semi-State and local bodies out into the public has been a significant part of IBM’s Smarter Cities i(...)

CEO of IDA Ireland Barry O’Leary said no special tax deal was negotiated between Apple and the Irish Government. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The head of the IDA Ireland has strongly denied allegations that Ireland is a tax haven, after the US Senate was told yesterday that technology(...)

Apple chief executive Tim Cook and other company executives, along with US treasury officials, will appear before the Senate subcommittee at a hearing on Capitol Hill today.

The Government has denied claims in a US senate report that Ireland’s tax regime has allowed Apple to avoid paying billions of dollars in tax. (...)

When Prof Ian Hargreaves answered his mobile while out walking his dog, to find a minister at the other end asking him to do a report on copyri(...)

Trinity College Dublin: “Now we have a ban on Church of Ireland people seeking to enter Trinity as primary teachers.” Adrian Oughton told the general synod in Armagh.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

About 60 per cent of Church of Ireland schools would be forced to close if a recommendation that a minimum sc(...)

Alex Kovach of Camelot

Psychologists refer to it as the sweet spot of risk-taking – minuscule investments which are too small to be considered financial risks. The classi(...)

Delegates at the 10th Annual Future Internet Assembly at the Helix DCU watching as Zoran Stancic, European Commission, deputy director general, Connect, addresses the conference. PHOTOGRAPH: ALAN BETSON

Telecoms could prove to be a “bottleneck” for innovation and the sector needs “a Michael O’Leary or a Ryanair” to bring a “disruptive approach” to (...)

Wicklow-East Carlow TD Simon Harris said yesterday the Coalition did not have the option of not legislating for the X case, unlike previous governments. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

A spokesman for the Catholic bishops has rejected claims by the Taoiseach that there is a requirement to legislate to clarify the legal positio(...)

President Michael D Higgins and European Parliament president Martin Schulz addressing journalists during a press briefing at the European Parliament in Strasbourg last month.

ARTHUR BEESLEY Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore said President Michael D Higgins’ remarks on European policy in a forthright interview in today’s(...)

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