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The Clerys Clock on O’Connell Street, Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The US fund that sold the Clerys operating company for €1 the night before it was put into liquidation four years ago has finally offered to(...)

PwC’s study found 85 per cent of survey respondents say attracting and retaining the best staff is their biggest challenge for the year ahead

Senior company executives have identified skills shortages as one of the main obstacles facing businesses, according to a study by PwC. The firm’s 2(...)

Aer Lingus and related airlines in Spain will have six months to sort out ownership issues with the EU in a no-deal Brexit scenario. Otherwise, they could lose their rights to fly between EU member states.  Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

A legal row has broken out between the owners of the Omni Park shopping centre in Dublin, which includes the McKeon family of builders and private cli(...)

The site fronting the M4 near Celbridge would be  suitable, subject to planning permission, for industrial warehousing, motor sales and light industrial uses.

Industrial specialist Harvey – recently rebranded from William Harvey – is quoting €2.75 million for a 10-acre site fronting the M4 near Celbridge in (...)

Fianna Fáil TD John McGuinness. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Good morning, and happy Valentine’s Day — the day the price of a bunch of roses rises by national children’s hospital proportions. Matters in Fianna (...)

Ibec chief executive Danny McCoy, who has warned of slowing growth in the Irish economy this year due to competitiveness constraints and Brexit uncertainties. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Employers’ group Ibec is predicting a major slowdown in growth this year as the Irish economy approaches full capacity and “cost competitiveness erode(...)

Perrigo told shareholders it would  “timely file an appeal” with the Irish Tax Appeals Commission. Photograph: Adam Bird/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Pharma company Perrigo is understood to have filed an an appeal against a €1.64 billion Irish tax demand. The share price of group had fallen by more(...)

Chief executive Michael Doorly has written to several current and former editors at the INM group. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The chief executive of Independent News & Media (INM) has written to several current and former editors at the group, whose computer hard drives w(...)

Jo’Burger, which originated from a single outlet in Rathmines, had previously been in insolvency in 2009 but continued trading after a rescue deal was agreed with an examiner

The Jo’Burger restaurant group controlled by businessman Joe Macken, which operated from at least six Dublin premises, has gone into liquidation. The(...)

Ryan Preston, the chief financial officer of Independent News & Media, is understood to be in discussions about his future. Photograph: Bryan Meade

Independent News & Media (INM) has confirmed that Ryan Preston, its chief financial officer, is to leave the group at the end of January. Followi(...)

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