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EU chief Brexit negotiator  Michel Barnier: It is significant  that there is no express provision in article 50 allowing for  countries actually bordering an  exiting member state to be directly involved in the negotiations. Photograph:  François Lenoir/Reuters/File

This week counts as the worst week in British-Irish relations since Britain voted for Brexit last June. Any enduring prospect of a soft Brexit dissipa(...)

“It’s been a lot of work, but it’s been a fun journey”: Tom Sweet, Dell EMC chief financial officer. Photograph: Alan Betson

“I think I’ve done nine jobs in 20 years.” Dell’s chief financial officer Tom Sweet is mulling over his career at the company, a path that has spanned(...)

Enda Kenny at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland: With Minister for Finance Michael Noonan, the Taoiseach    met a number of senior executives privately and hosted a dinner for another 45. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

The annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos is about as close as the nebulous entity we like to call the “global e(...)

The Government has committed itself to paying €170 million more than it originally budgeted for in public service pay this year but it doesn’t seem to(...)

Economic modelling  suggests that Ireland’s GDP  would be 3.5%  smaller after five years and 4%  smaller after 10 year than it would have been without Brexit

Agricultural exports to the UK would be devastated by a hard Brexit, with overall UK exports being reduced by a third, the Department of Finance warne(...)

Labour’s Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer: While   Liberal Democrat and SNP representatives objected to Theresa May’s plan, he welcomed the fact that the prime minister wasn’t advocating an even harder Brexit. Photograph: PA Wire

Among the most surprising aspects of Theresa May’s speech this week outlining her plans for leaving the EU was the mildness of the response from Labou(...)

In general, the harder the Brexit, the worse it will be for the Republic, the Department of Finance study found. Photograph: PA Wire

When the ESRI and the Department of Finance published a study late last year on the impact of Brexit, it got some attention, but the fuss was limited.(...)

Jes Staley, chief executive  of Barclays Plc,  during a Bloomberg Television interview at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos Photograph: Bloomberg

Barclays could look at reassigning its Frankfurt branch to its Irish subsidiary rather than moving out of London after Brexit, the bank’s chief execut(...)

Citigroup is “European-based in Ireland”, its chief executive, Michael Corbat, told analysts. Photograph: Alan Betson

Citigroup chief executive Michael Corbat has highlighted the group’s European base in Dublin as it continues to weigh options for what he expects wil(...)

Theresa May at the World Economic Forum  in Davos: “We are by instinct a great global trading nation that seeks to trade with countries not just in Europe but beyond Europe too.” Photograph: Laurent Gillieron/EPA

UK prime minister Theresa May has moved to position Britain as a leading advocate of free trade and globalisation, describing the decision to leave th(...)

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