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The €14.3 billion deposited by Apple in 2018 could remain locked up in loss-making investments for another three years if the  European commission appeals last week’s decision

Two US public service pension funds are seeking a class action against Perrigo, claiming it harmed investors by allegedly failing to disclose its liab(...)

Damien Bastiat, general manager of Ballyfin Hotel in Co Laois. “Time and space are the ultimate luxuries. There will be a maximum of 24 guests in a 40,000 sq ft hotel.” Photograph: Alan Betson

The new Fáilte Ireland operating guidelines for hotels released this week will pose specific challenges for Ireland’s 36 five-star properties, which j(...)

Eight months after his first restriction expired, Mr Heagney he became a director of a company  which had been operating the coffee shop since 2013. Photograph: iStock

A man who ran a pier-side coffee shop in Dublin has been restricted by the High Court from acting as a company director for five years over his runnin(...)

The 300-bedroom Marlin Hotel on Bow Lane East in Dublin 2 is one of several large new establishments being constructed in the centre of the city. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

More than 15,000 new hotel rooms are being planned for Dublin over the next three to five years, almost doubling the city’s current capacity. A compr(...)

The  FAI HQ in Abbotstown, Dublin. ‘Once it runs out of cash, the directors will be forced to petition the courts or the creditors to wind up the company,’ said Aiden Murphy of Crowe. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

SSE Airtricity, one of the main sponsors of the Football Association of Ireland (FAI), will meet officials from the organisation this week, it is unde(...)

A new report calculates that a no-deal Brexit could cost hotels in the Republic €52 million next year

Risky loans Regulators have raised the alarm about the threat that risky loans to heavily-indebted businesses pose to Irish banks, the Sunday Times r(...)

Paschal Donohoe, the Minister for Finance, declared that the reduced VAT rate of 9 per cent to help the tourism and hospitality industry has “done its job”.

Groups representing the tourism and hospitality industries have sharply criticised the Government for raising the sectors’ VAT rate from 9 per cent to(...)

The Crowe survey for 2017 found record profit levels, occupancy and average room rates in all regions.

Hotel room revenue growth outside Dublin has overtaken growth rates in the capital, as State policymakers’ focus on better spreading the benefits of t(...)

Property on Brighton Road, Foxrock: one of the houses, of 497sq m,  was  the Kenyan embassy and the other measures 280sq m

Two detached houses and a site of 2.36 acres on Brighton Road in Foxrock are for sale at €10.25 million through Lisney. They are being sold on the i(...)

Lynam’s Hotel: it was only put on the market in late September

Lynam’s Hotel on O’Connell Street in Dublin has been sold to a private investor for a figure believed to be close to €6 million – well more than the €(...)

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