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Taxing times: US president Donald Trump may have delivered a huge Christmas gift to corporate America. Photograph: Reuters

US president Donald Trump specifically called out Ireland as a location to which “American” jobs had moved in the debate over the new US tax Bill. The(...)

Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe on budget day. Ireland was Europe’s fastest growing economy in 2017 despite Brexit fears, but what might 2018 hold? Photograph: Dara Mac Dónail

Ireland was Europe’s fastest growing economy in 2017 despite Brexit fears, but what might 2018 hold? On the latest Inside Business podcast, Cliff Tay(...)

The latest survey on income and living conditions from the Central Statistics Office shows incomes on average for 2016 of €20,597, returning in real terms to just below 2008 levels. Photograph: Alan Betson

The economic recovery is being reflected in people’s pockets and average disposable income last year was almost back at pre-crash levels. The latest (...)

Facebook has announced that it will no longer book non-US revenues from large advertisers through its Dublin unit. When fully implemented, the decis(...)

British prime minister Theresa May is welcomed by EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker  prior to the Brexit meeting in Brussels at which the deal was signed. Photograph: EPA

The deal agreed overnight provides assurances to Ireland about the absence of a hard Border on the island after Brexit in March 2019, though it leaves(...)

Boris Johnson arriving  for a cabinet meeting at Downing Street   on November 28th. Even he has  shrugged his shoulders on the divorce bill, and said it was time to move on. Photograph:  EPA/Andy Rain

We are dealing with two possible outcomes to the Brexit talks. Either the UK concedes to pretty much all the demands from the EU side or the talks col(...)

As repeated by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at Friday’s press conference following his meeting with European Council president Donald Tusk (above), Ireland’s favoured option is for the UK to remain in the UK trading bloc. Photograph: Laura Hutton/PA Wire

What are the talks about the Border focusing on? It is all about avoiding the return of a Border on the island of Ireland and specifically one affect(...)

Britain and the EU have reached agreement on the divorce bill, with London expected to pay more than €50 billion

Britain and the EU have reached agreement on the divorce bill, with London expected to pay more than €50 billion. While the final sum will only be agr(...)

  Central Bank  governor Philip Lane:  his cautious approach is   tempered by  a number of factors which threaten   house prices such as Brexit and changes in international tax. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Is a soft-landing ever possible in the Irish housing market? Or in the roller-coaster world of the Irish property market are we heading for another ho(...)

Demonstrators dressed as Britain’s prime minister Theresa May  before taking part in a protest on Whitehall outside the entrance to Downing Street in London before Wednesday’s budget. Photograph: Getty

What impact will the UK Budget have on us? Well, the first key message is that UK economic growth forecasts have been cut. This was blamed on lower p(...)

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