Richard Bruton

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Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton has welcomed the announcement of 100 new jobs by three Enterprise Ireland backed firms. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times.

Three companies have announced plans to take on more than 100 staff over the next three years after receiving investment from Enterprise Irelan(...)

An innovative form of hip-replacement therapy, which cuts time in hospital in half, should be rolled out across t(...)

Minister for Justice Alan Shatter’s remark about Independent TD Mick Wallace “has had a political impact far beyond its seemingly throwaway nature. It has raised serious issue surrounding ministerial power, rights and responsibilities.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The word hypocrisy has been bandied around in the continuing row over penalty points. It has been applied (correctly) to Roscommon Deputy Luke (...)

Germany calling: Enda Kenny at a press conference in Berlin. Photograph: Sean Gallup/Getty

A senior Fine Gael figure smiles as he muses on Enda Kenny’s reluctance to fill the vacancy for junior agriculture minister, a post that has be(...)

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton: “We need to implement some of the changes like having broader, more representative boards, like having better opportunities for citizens to scrutini
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se what’s happening”

The Companies Bill and measures pushed by the Irish presidency of the European Union will create “a complianc(...)

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton: insisted the existing contractual rights of workers in sectors covered by Registered Employment Agreements were unaffected by the ruling. Photograph: David Sleator

Employment in the construction sector was effectively deregulated yesterday after the Supreme Court struck down as “unconstitu(...)

 Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton:  Sought an effective tax tate of 30% for eligible multinational executives. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton sought to introduce generous tax breaks for executives in multinational companies in the run-up to Budget 2013, do(...)

The Government is trying to change the focus of the economy. Minister for Jobs and Enterprise Richard Bruton is hoping a model based on endeavo(...)

Goods out: a container ship loading in Dublin Port. Photograph: Jason Hawkes/Stone/Getty

A month before the bailout, on October 27th, 2010, a strategy to help bring about an “export-led recovery” in the ailing economy was revealed b(...)

There was good news for the Irish jobs market today with the news that almost 300 jobs would be created around the country at three different firms(...)

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