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Fianna Fáil finance spokesman Michael McGrath:  “Most people understand that Fianna Fáil wasn’t in government for the past four years. I had no department to run, no advisers or civil servants reporting to me.” Photograph: Dara MacDónaill

The portents are promising with Fianna Fáil ahead of Fine Gael in opinion polls in the race to lead the next government, and the polls also suggesting(...)

Growth in Dublin was just 2%, but it still accounted for the biggest single share of all completions at 7,055. File photograph: PA

Construction companies completed more than 21,000 homes in the Republic in 2019, a 10-year high but below the level needed to meet future demand for h(...)

Outgoing  IAG chief Willie Walsh: IAG have named Iberia CEO Luis Gallego as his successor. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP via Getty Images

Willie Walsh’s imminent departure as chief executive of International Airlines Group (IAG) is unlikely to halt momentum at its Irish subsidiary Aer Li(...)

Stella Theatre in Rathmines. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Irish hospitality group Press Up Entertainment, which is owned by Paddy McKillen jnr and other investors, has abandoned a plan to raise up to €50 mill(...)

WeWork ditched controversial plans to float on the US stock exchange earlier this year. Photograph: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg

Multinational office landlord WeWork could pay more than €290 million in rent to its Irish landlords over the next decade, an analysis of its business(...)

While builders, landowners and banks act in their own interest, the State should be protecting yours. Instead it does most of the rigging.

If you are trying to buy your first home, you will have guessed that the game is rigged against you. While you might get lucky, the chances are that i(...)

Goodbody has cut its forecast of the number of new homes likely to be built in the Republic this year to 21,000 from 22,000

Builders are slowing the rate at which they finish new homes as high prices put off potential buyers, a report published on Thursday says. The number(...)

 Jamie Oliver’s restaurants  were rendered insolvent in Britain last week with the loss of 1,000 jobs. Photograph:  Paul Ellis

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver refused to write off almost €15 million in loans to his restaurant chain as part of a proposal to rescue the business, whi(...)

Report found gap between  most expensive and the cheapest two-bed apartments in Dublin is less than elsewhere. Mount St Anne’s, Dublin 6. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Dublin rental market is less affordable for lower income households than some of the world’s most expensive cities, including New York, San Franci(...)

Colin Hunt (48) joined the bank in September 2016 having  previously held positions in Macquarie Capital, Goodbody Stockbrokers, Bank of Ireland and NatWest

AIB has formally appointed Colin Hunt as its new chief executive, succeeding Bernard Byrne, who announced his decision to leave in October. In a stat(...)

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