Cliff Taylor

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Paschal Donohoe’s rise has seemed effortless but his achievements have been hard won. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/ Collins

Most ministers for finance like to see themselves as willing to make the unpopular choices to safeguard the public purse, as noble defenders of the ex(...)

Your property tax bill is not going to shoot up over the next couple of years, despite the rapid rise in house prices. That is unless you are one of t(...)

Whatever precise mechanism is used, we need a different – and tougher – approach to dealing with those who won’t engage

You can choose either to be upset or outraged at the latest Central Bank report on mortgage arrears. Upset, because those in deep arrears are, on aver(...)

‘The minute I open the fridge door and pick up the milk carton, I am suddenly assaulted by the idea of my own mortality.’

Milk cartons make me stop and think every single time I go to the fridge. There I am on a Sunday morning, coffee gurgling away, Sunday Miscellany bla(...)

News group makes headlines: INM titles displayed at the company’s agm last August. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

On this week’s Inside Business podcast, Colm Keena talks to host Cliff Taylor about the alleged data breach at Independent News & Media (INM) And(...)

Shares in the music streaming service Spotify climbed in the minutes after it began trading through a direct listing on the stock market

The Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon says she intends to undertake an investigation into a data breach at Independent News &Media (INM), w(...)

US president Donald Trump: using his office to attack American companies creates uncertainty about who could be next in the firing line.    Photograph: Jonathan Ernst

You would have thought President Donald Trump might have left well enough alone. His tax package was passed – a huge political victory – and the econo(...)

The MetroLink documents include an outline cost-benefit analysis and an engineering assessment as well as details of the emerging preferred route.

The board of the National Transport Authority (NTA) did not review the announcement by the Government of the new MetroLink project before it was publ(...)

NTA’s Anne Graham and  Peter Walsh: cost/benefit estimates cover a 30-year period after the Metro starts appearing in 2027. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The new Dublin Metro will cost between €3 billion and €4 billion but will deliver a much higher level of economic benefits, according to a cost/benefi(...)

US president Donald Trump at a St Patrick’s Day reception at the White House on Thursday. Photograph: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

Many a true word is spoken in jest, as the old saying goes, and many a barb is dressed up as bonhomie. US president Donald Trump addressed the typical(...)

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