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The FRC said Grant Thornton’s audits during 2015, 2016 and 2017 missed ‘red flags’ and involved a failure to stand back and challenge management

Accountancy firm Grant Thornton’s UK business has been fined for its audit of Patisserie Valerie, the British cafe chain that collapsed in 2018, throw(...)

Exports from the Republic to Northern Ireland rose to €1.57 billion, up from €1.1 billion last year. Photograph: iStock

The value of goods being imported from Northern Ireland to the Republic has jumped by 77 per cent since the UK left the European Union at the start o(...)

Dublin Port: Supply chain lead times have deteriorated since Brexit. Photograph: Artur Widak/NurPhoto

Almost four in 10 Irish businesses are reporting delays to their supply chain as a consequence of Brexit, while a substantial proportion have changed (...)

The City Arts Centre has lain dormant since 2003. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The sale of the former City Arts Centre on Dublin’s City Quay has seen strong interest from a number of the country’s biggest developers. Having been (...)

Many high profile firms are adjusting to a new normal as they tailor their return to work post-Covid.

Professional services firm KPMG has said it expects its 3,400 Irish staff to come to work in their offices for two to three days a week on average, in(...)

The day of reckoning has arrived for the post office network and the Government needs to act quickly and put in place a financial intervention by the end of June, postmasters have told an Oireachtas committee. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times.

The day of reckoning has arrived for the post office network and the Government needs to act quickly and put in place a financial intervention by the (...)

Grant Thornton’s audits of Patisserie Valerie over the three years before the collapse are also under investigation by regulators at the Financial Reporting Council (FRC). Photograph: iStock

The liquidators of Patisserie Valerie are suing Grant Thornton in Britain for £200 million (€221 million) over alleged negligence in its audits of the(...)

Apple’s Hollyhill campus in Cork: EU court decision ‘should curtail EU commission posturing on State aid’, Chartered Accountants Ireland said. Photograph: David Creedon/Anzenberger

Industry groups welcomed the ruling in the EU’s second-highest court that Ireland did not give illicit State aid to technology giant Apple. But concer(...)

Many companies are not anticipating occupancy rates above 30 per cent for the foreseeable future.

The State may be easing its way out of lockdown, but the isolation is by no means over. Office buildings that normally resound with the clatter of hum(...)

The court heard most of the app’s users also either started working remotely or ceased working at all. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has appointed a provisional liquidator to the company behind an app that allows users to order and pick up meals from restaurants and c(...)

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