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Each Sunday, Renatus produces a lengthy “synopsis” of the business news of the three Sunday broadsheets. Photograph: Getty Images Secretary Adam Lerrick: eight months on from his nomination, he has yet to receive even a date for his Senate hearing

Given a choice between paying something for a product, or paying nothing for an unauthorised version, many consumers will plump for the latter if it s(...)

If Ireland fancies itself as a bastion of the US technology industry in Europe, then we must also accept that Ireland is a bastion of brain-busting technobabble.

The latest addition to the list of my favourite websites is www.makebullshit.com. It’s a splendid sending up of the nonsensical babble that permeates (...)

Bulmers cider maker C&C has been a consistent supporter of and advocate for minimum unit pricing in Ireland since it was first mooted in 2013. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Until the term was ruined by right-wing headbangers, “virtue-signalling” was useful as a descriptor for certain tendencies of the self-righteous gang (...)

The Paradise Papers leak revealed that companies and rich people still don’t like paying tax if they can get away with not doing so.

Is tax only for the little people? It is one rule for the rich and another for the rest of us. If only wealthy people and businesses paid their fair s(...)

Comply with me: when it comes to his own board and corporate governance, Michael O’Leary likes to play it differently. Photo: Sam Boal/Rollingnews.ie

What a ride Ryanair has been on over the past six or seven weeks. From the operational crisis sparked in September by its pilot shortage, to this week(...)

Dermot Desmond: Biometric software firm Daon is his masterpiece and perhaps the most significant company the billionaire has ever built. Photograph: Peter Morrison/Inpho

“The bill? No problem, I’ll get that for you now. I do hope you enjoyed your lunch. Would you like to pay by cash, card or selfie?” This is where th(...)

Glanbia managing director Siobhán Talbot, IAG chief executive Willie Walsh and Ardagh Group chairman Paul Coulson at the launch of Boston College’s Ireland Business Council. Photograph: Bryan Brophy

One advantage of being a nation of emigrants is that Ireland has a ready-made, extensive business diaspora, a network in every developed nation on Ea(...)

  Apple for Athenry: A group  supporting the planned Apple data centre in Galway celebrate after the judicial review rejected both challenges to  the project. Photograph: Courtpix

More than two and a half years after Apple first announced it would invest €850 million in a data centre in Athenry, it all came down to a judicial re(...)

Tayto Park founder Raymond Coyle launching the Viking Voyage water ride. The Co Meath theme park has been a big hit since opening in 2010, emphasising that if you build attractions visitors will come. Photograph:  Photocall Ireland

With the budget just four days away, the tourism industry is collectively camped beneath a picture of the Sacred Heart praying that its 9 per cent VAT(...)

Ibec chief executive Danny McCoy has bemoaned a lack of ‘respect’ for lobbyists. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

This month saw the second anniversary of the State’s lobbying disclosure regime. Was there a cake and candles? Was there, hell. Two years in, one thin(...)

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