Kellogg, the firm which trades as Kellogg’s, made an operating profit of $1.7 billion (€1.5 billion) in 2018.

Cereal giant Kellogg is proposing to cut up to 58 roles from its Irish operation as part of a restructuring of its European business. The multination(...)

Computer generated image of the Wilton Park estate which includes the former Fitzwilton House, now One Wilton Park.

Property fund Iput has been granted planning permission for a €350 million redevelopment of the Wilton Park site in Dublin 2, which it says will creat(...)

US president Donald Trump: Washington has threatend to retaliate with sanctions. Photograph:  Evan Vucci/ AP

The imposition of an EU-wide digital tax on Facebook, Google and other US technology giants has the potential to reduce Ireland’s corporate tax take,(...)

The ultra-low interest rate environment has contributed to significant reductions in the amount of interest that the State is currently obliged to pay.

Even with the rapid turnaround in employment and growth, Ireland still has one of the highest per capita debt levels in the world. Central Statistics(...)

Eir CEO Carolan Lennon and Eir’s director of regulatory and public policy Gary Healy, before going in front of an Oireachtas committee. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Is Eir attempting to torpedo the National Broadband Plan (NBP)? Ireland’s largest telco threw the process into chaos last month, claiming it could do (...)

Telecoms regulator Comreg has raised the prospect of applying a universal service obligation (USO) for broadband to homes and premises currently not served by commercial operators or public policy interventions.

Telecoms regulator Comreg has raised the prospect of applying a universal service obligation (USO) for broadband to homes and premises currently not s(...)

To purchase a property in Dublin, first-time buyers need to have earnings that are considerably higher than the national average.

House prices in Dublin are now more than nine times the average salary, a level not seen since the heady days of the boom, prompting some experts to s(...)

‘Price growth has slowed, but ultimately, prices are still rising – and faster in some parts of the country than others.’ File photograph: Frank Miller

The slowdown in property prices is continuing with the latest official figures showing annual inflation was just 2.8 per cent in May, the lowest level(...)

While the Republic scores well internationally in terms of competitiveness, the National Competitiveness Council warned that “a small number of firms deliver most of Ireland’s productivity performance. Photograph: EPA

The Irish economy remains competitive but threats to economic sustainability are growing, the National Competitiveness Council (NCC) has warned. In p(...)

Office leasing activity in Dublin remains strong despite a weaker second quarter, according to property specialists CBRE. The firm’s latest quarterly(...)

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