Peter Rigney

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Chief executive of building materials group CRH Albert Manifold received €8.659m in total remuneration in 2017 including basic pay of €1.44m. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

Chief executives at top Irish companies received total remuneration packages of more than €2.3 million on average in 2017, a new report drawn up by th(...)

CRH chief executive Albert Manifold: he  is the highest paid executive among Irish listed companies

A trade union study of executive salaries says the gap between the pay packets of chief executives and those of average workers is widening in most ma(...)

Cora O’Brien of the Irish Tax Institute told an Oireachtas committee that “high tax rates do not equal high yield from tax”

High taxation, poor infrastructure and the housing crisis have all been attributed at an Oireachtas committee as causes for Ireland’s high cost of doi(...)

The Ictu report calls for major reforms regarding how executive pay is determined and structured.

Executive pay in some Irish private companies rose by as much as 238 per cent between 2009 and 2015, a period in which average hourly earnings increas(...)

Minoister for  Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin:  “precipitous attack against the organising of unskilled labour”

The 1913 Dublin Lockout was a critical event in the shaping of the State even though it is often overshadowed by nationalist milestones in Irish hist(...)