Mark Redmond

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Mark Redmond, chief executive of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland: “We constantly hear that the talent US companies find in Ireland is second to none – and that is across all sectors.” Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography.

With Brexit and current global trade tensions playing out, Ireland’s role in promoting the transatlantic relationship in Europe has never been more im(...)

Mark Redmond: “The American Chamber has played an important role in the economy and society and more than 7,000 community projects have been supported by our members over the years.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The US-Ireland business relationship is very much a two-way street, according to American Chamber of Commerce chief executive Mark Redmond. “There has(...)

Clerys was closed in June 2015 and 460 people lost their jobs. Photograph: Eric Luke

A High Court challenge has been brought over a lower court’s decision to strike out charges linked to redundancies at Clerys department store in Dubli(...)

The 2015 closure of Clerys led to 130 people employed directly by the store, and more than 300 others working for concession holders, losing their jobs

Former Clerys workers are “mystified” by the failure of an attempt to prosecute businesswoman Deirdre Foley and others on charges arising from the lan(...)

Danny McCoy, chief executive of Ibec: said the Trump administration was ‘concerned this additional tax proposal is targeting US companies’. Photograph: Eric Luke

Business group Ibec has rejected the European Commission’s proposed digital tax as “harmful and costly to businesses” and “shape-throwing” by France’s(...)

The American Chamber of Commerce advanced doubt surrounding the possibility of ring-fencing the digital economy without have an impact on the wider economy. Photograph: iStock

A European Commission proposal to impose a special tax on the sales of big digital companies in the European Union will harm the EU’s attractiveness f(...)

Musicians Neil Martin and Christy Moore were among those to carry the coffin of uilleann piper Liam O’Flynn at his funeral in Kill, Co Kildare.  . Photograph: Alan Betson

Liam O’Flynn “understood simplicity in a way few people did. He understood space. He understood silence,” recalled the late uileann piper’s friend and(...)

The former Clerys department store on O’Connell Street in Dublin, which closed in 2015. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Fresh charges have been brought against a director of the former owners of Clerys over the handling of collective redundancies at the department store(...)

The Irish Government’s latest brief to  not support  either party in a  landmark case involving emails on a Microsoft server in Dublin is a departure from its previous position

The Government has submitted a brief to the US supreme court in a landmark case involving attempts by US law enforcement to gain access to emails stor(...)

Just 14 per cent of people live in apartments in Dublin and Cork, which is very low compared to other cities with similar sized populations.

More than 30,000 new one- and two-bedroom rental properties will be needed in Dublin by 2022 to sustain new jobs in multinational companies and growth(...)

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