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A former Joe Walsh Tours outlet on the corner of Henry Street and O’Connell Street. One of the best known names in the Irish travel industry, the company has ceased trading due to the impact of Covid-19 restrictions. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

It was one of the biggest and best-known Irish travel agents and tour operators but Joe Walsh Tours ceased trading yesterday, another victim of the pa(...)

Revenue is a priority creditor under insolvency law

A Government Minister has suggested it will be possible for taxes owed by struggling small businesses to be written down in new “examinership-lite” pr(...)

 With Guinness as one of the anchor brands of the Irish brewing sector, stout is responsible for close to two-thirds of all beer produced here.

Irish beer exports fell 17 per cent last year to €254 million, according to a report produced by a brewers lobby group. The industry also wants taxpay(...)

Tara McCarthy, chief executive of Bord Bia: “Many companies have pivoted their operations towards more retail.”

A €2.5 billion segment of the food industry that is bearing the twin strains of Brexit and the pandemic is to be the subject with a year-long campaign(...)

Moneypoint will  be the location for the ESB’s first move into green hydrogen production. File photograph: Neil Warner

The ESB will today announce that Moneypoint power station is to become a major base for renewable energy tied into the building of a major offshore wi(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe said part of the VAT rise was a “base effect” caused by deferment of VAT payments last March as the economy entered crisis mode. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Government has highlighted the “resilience” of consumers and the labour market, as a rise in income tax and VAT receipts helped to limit the huge (...)

Bernard Byrne, who took over as Davy interim chief executive last week

Embattled stockbroking firm Davy has asked its staff to come forward if they know of other situations in the past where clients may have had reason to(...)

Irish mortgage interest rates are higher than other euro zone countries due in part to the high level of capital they are required to hold by regulators, according to the BPFI, the industry lobby group

Irish home owners could be paying less interest on their borrowings if European regulators applied looser capital rules to Irish-based banks, accordin(...)

The New European was founded in 2016 in the aftermath of the Brexit vote.

Gavin O’Reilly, the former Independent News & Media (INM) chief executive who is part of an investment consortium buying anti-Brexit weekly The Ne(...)

Bord Bia chief executive Tara McCarthy warned the extra costs and complexities of trade with the UK post-Brexit are likely to cause significant challenges.

Some €13 billion worth of food, drink and horticulture products were exported from the Republic last year, despite the pandemic causing widespread dis(...)

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