Stripe co-founders, Patrick and John Collison. The brothers, and their company, have in the past spoken out about housing problems.  File photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Stripe, the online payments company founded by the Collison brothers from Limerick, discussed housing issues with the Department of Finance at two mee(...)

 Carmel Raymond and her daughter Una at St Anne’s Park, Dublin: says it would be the “beginning of the end” should the development ever proceed.

Walking down the main avenue of St Anne’s Park in north Dublin, Carmel Raymond is visibly exercised at the prospect of hundreds of apartments emerging(...)

The newly formed BDO Eaton Square unit is expecting to achieve revenues of €20 million in annual revenues. Photograph: iStock

Financial services firm BDO intends to create up to 100 new management consultant jobs having merged its existing management consulting business with (...)

A 72-year-old pensioner has been disqualified from driving for three years after he was found to be six times over the legal alcohol limit while aslee(...)

 Michael Costello: “As I am an accountant,   I shop around for better value on larger purchases for both personal and business-related spending.” Photograph: Jason Clarke Photography

Are you a saver or a spender? With five kids, I’d have to say that I’m more of a spender than a saver. Do you shop around for better value? As I am(...)

Cider and beer manufacturer C&C has said the value of sterling could give it a competitive advantage in the UK as it continues to eye opportunities in that market

Irish companies are beginning to eye UK takeover opportunities to take advantage of sterling weakness and plot ways to skirt possible trade obstacles (...)

 The season’s standout staple: the hoodie; Feminine gets a boyish update; Black is the new black

New York Fashion Week, which ran from September 8th to 14th this year, kickstarted a month of fashion weeks across the globe, and is our first look a(...)

Larger companies look to be benefitting most from the economic upturn according to the survey with 69 per cent of those firms canvassed reporting increased business activity

One in five Irish companies have succeeded in pushing through additional price increases in recent months, with a further 70 per cent saying they main(...)

The survey reveals that businesses outside of Dublin are closing the gap on their Dublin-based peers in terms of profitability, pricing levels and optimism. Photograph: Getty Images

Operating profits rose at almost half of all Irish businesses during the first three months of the year, according to a new study published today. The(...)