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The group includes Amazon and Google, heavy power users with a big presence in Ireland

Big tech companies with large Irish operations have come together to pressure the Government on moves to curtail new data centres, amid concern about (...)

Publicly, Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe insists he will defend the 12.5 per cent rate that has been the bedrock of Irish policy for decades. Photograph: EPA

The Government has privately begun to sound out major business leaders on the implications of raising Ireland’s 12.5 per cent corporation tax rate, if(...)

Soon Paschal Donohoe  will have to decide whether to drop the 12.5 per cent rate that has served Ireland well but led to friction with European partners. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Paschal Donohoe’s refusal to back an outline OECD agreement on corporate tax has left the Minister for Finance in peculiar company. The eight other di(...)

Thomas Leysen, chairman of Mediahuis, which bought INM in 2019.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

Independent News & Media has signalled its interest in exploratory talks over legal claims lodged following the data breach scandal that rocked th(...)

Glenavy wants consent for 215 apartments in five blocks ranging in height from four to eight storeys, and consent for four apartments in Nullamore House itself and another 16 in proposed extensions. File photograph: Getty

A charity in Opus Dei, the conservative Catholic organisation, is advancing plans to build hundreds of apartments in south Dublin in a project propert(...)

Mullen Park estate in Maynooth, Co Kildare, where a multinational investment company has bought 115 homes. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

As the Government mulls its options on restricting the bulk purchase of family homes by investment funds, Ministers and senior officials are wary of c(...)

Pádraig Pearse surrendered to British forces on April 30th, 1916, from this terrace of houses on Moore Street at the end of the Easter Rising. File photograph: The Irish Times

A group set up by the Government to advise on the future of Moore Street in Dublin and its 1916 national monument has split over rival proposals for t(...)

File image showing production of euro coins by the Central Bank of Ireland. Photograph: Mac Innes

The Central Bank has asked Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown council to maintain residential zoning on lands at its high-security currency centre at Sandyford in(...)

 The Gables, Westminster Court and Torquay Road, Foxrock Village. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A property company owned by clients of Davy stockbrokers has objected to a proposal to put the landmark Gables restaurant building in Foxrock village,(...)

Women had more early starts, late finishes and sought more time off to look after children and elderly family members. Photograph: Getty Images

Women in business have taken on more of the burden of family care in the pandemic than male colleagues, according to survey findings, which have raise(...)

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