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Addressing the Irish Charities Tax Research group in 2011, Minister for Justice Alan Shatter stressed the need for greater “buy-in” by charities for codes of practice, including “Guiding Principles for Fundraising” put in place by the group. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Reform of Irish charities legislation will finally come into force next year – more than five years after the enabling legislation passed through the (...)

PricewaterhouseCoopers said it will “vigorously defend” the case against it, which is “devoid of merit”.

The 2 per cent levy imposed on all insurance policies to cover the shortfall at Quinn Insurance could be reduced or even scrapped, if Pricewaterhou(...)

President of the High Court, Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns, today gave his consent to the administrators of Quinn Insurance to serve a summons on PricewaterhouseCoopers. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The administrators of Quinn Insurance have been given the go ahead to serve a summons on PricewaterhouseCoopers, the former auditors to the collaps(...)

The Central Park office park in Leopardstown Photograph: Alan Betson

The National Asset Management Agency is preparing to offload south Dublin’s most valuable suburban office complex, Central Park at Leopardstown, Dubli(...)

Broadcaster Vincent Browne is set to lose a five-figure sum as a result of the Sunday Business Post’s financial predicament

Creditors of the Sunday Business Post publisher Post Publications Ltd will be paid about €211,000 – a fraction of what they are owed – under the deal (...)

Examiner Michael McAteer agreed the outline of a deal with finance house Key Capital and businessman Paul Cooke yesterday  to buy the Sunday title, which has been under High Court protection from its creditors for the last three months. Photograph: David Sleator

The proposed rescue deal for the Sunday Business Post is likely to involve a €1.2 million investment and cuts of about 30 per cent in the cost of runn(...)

The Sunday Business Post on Harcourt Street, Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The examiner for Post Publications Ltd, the publisher of the Sunday Business Post, is due to give a key update to the High Court today on efforts to (...)

A new study estimates  up to €466 million is lost to the exchequer because of fuel laundering every year, while couterfeit cigarettes cost the economy €691 million. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The illicit trade of counterfeit goods is costing the economy up to €1.5 billion a year, a study has claimed. Retailers warned the impact(...)

Irish consumers are seeking more information about food producers and traceability in the wake of the horsemeat scandal. Photo: Bloomberg

Irish consumers are seeking more information about food producers and traceability in the wake of the horsemeat scandal, with customers gravita(...)

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