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A deserted Grafton Street in Dublin on the recent  bank holiday weekend. Ibec has suggested a €15bn reboot of the Irish economy once the lockdown restrictions have been lifted. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Employers’ group Ibec has called for a €15 billion reboot of the Irish economy to curb the effects of coronavirus and address some of the State’s majo(...)

The Bath Pub in Ballsbridge is serving pints to local customers with a delivery service. Liam Tilly of Bath Avenue Gardens is pictured  accepting a pint from Brian O’Malley of The Bath. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw / The Irish Times

Some of the country’s biggest law firms have implemented pay cuts and decided against paying bonuses and profits to partners this year, as a response (...)

The company, listed on London’s AIM exchange, said trading in its financial third quarter continued the favourable trends seen in the first half of the year. Photograph: iStock

Northern Ireland contract research company Fusion Antibodies posted a positive trading update on Wednesday, forecasting full year revenues to come in (...)

Last month the NTMA said it planned to raise between €10bn   and €14bn   in bond markets this year. Photograph: Eric Luke

and JOE BRENNAN The Republic has moved again to get ahead of a new-year rush by European governments to raise debt by hiring banks to sell 15-year bo(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

It does tend to sneak up on one, doesn’t it? No, not the Barry’s Tea Christmas ad, but our top ten most read stories of the year, a sure sign that the(...)

A table setting for Christmas dinner at the Park Hotel in Kenmare.

For those who want to swap the madness of Christmas Day at home for a bit of five-star luxury, there are plenty of options available here. But it come(...)

Sean Fitzpatrick, former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank.

Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean FitzPatrick had his membership of Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI) revoked and was ordered to pay a fine of €(...)

 Minister for  Tourism, Shane Ross unveilling the Failte Ireland, 2020 Plans

The Minister for Communications, Richard Bruton, has denied reports of a further delay to the National Broadband Plan (NBP) amid speculation he had be(...)

The State’s tourism sector could be in decline, according to the boss of Fáilte Ireland, resulting from the Government’s decision to increase the hospitality VAT rate in last year’s budget

Dublin’s labour marketis now as tight as central London’s, according to a study by the Central Bank and recruitment website Indeed. The research found(...)

Michael Stanley: ‘Given market demand for our product and delivery pipeline, we look forward to the full year with confidence.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley will receive €525,000 when the house builder pays shareholders their first dividend next month. The compa(...)

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