Why is Aer Lingus continuing flights to the US when we are advised against non-essential travel and currently denied entry into the US anyway? Photograph: iStock

With thousands of people falling ill in Ireland in recent days and far too many people losing their lives as a result of the coronavirus pandemic at h(...)

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) issued a warning to consumers in relation to a website called whatadeal.ie. Image: iStock

Ireland’s leading consumer agency has warned about a website that has listed a range of hand sanitiser products for sale. In an unusual move the Comp(...)

One tried and tested way to grow a business is to buy another

One tried and tested way to grow a business is to buy another. Before you can do that, however, you’ve got to satisfy the local competition authority.(...)

More than half the population own a credit card but  58 per cent don’t know what interest they pay.  Photograph: iStock

The majority of people who own a credit card don’t know what interest rate they may have to pay, a survey commissioned by a credit union lobby group h(...)

Music festival Longitude is run by MCD.

Concert promoter MCD has said that dealing with regulatory investigations into the sale of half the company to a joint venture with Live Nation cost €(...)

By taking  meaningful steps towards making education genuinely free, a future education minister would almost guarantee that his or her  name would be remembered for decades

Election manifestos have been coming thick and fast over recent days, and politicians have been falling over themselves to make promises that they say(...)

Ireland in action against  England in the Six Nations. Photograph: Shaun Botterill/Getty Images

Global investment giant CVC must tell regulators if it intends taking a controlling stake in the Six Nations rugby competition as a condition of being(...)

Just last week, the Economic and Social Research Institute think-tank – which informs Government policy – reported that many Irish families could make “large gains” by moving a mortgages to one of their current lender’s competitors. File photograph: Getty

Up to 160,000 Irish families are out of pocket every month – by as much as hundreds of euro – because they simply haven’t looked at switching their mo(...)

Northcliffe House, offices of British newspaper the Daily Mail in London. Once the Daily Mail owner informed the CCPC, it had to wait for the regulator to investigate the transaction. Photograph: Getty Images

Irish regulators have voided British newspaper Daily Mail’s takeover of rival I. Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT) recently agreed to buy JPIMedia,(...)

The ESRI’s study found that many mortgage holders were 'initially drawn' to high cashback offers with little or no understanding of the APR implications. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Mortgage customers may be drawn into making poor financial decisions on the back of cash offers to switch lenders, a study by the Economic and Social (...)

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