EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager: “Our investigation into the Irish tax rulings began in 2013, after Apple told a US Senate hearing about what it called a ‘tax incentive arrangement’ with Ireland.” Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images

Vesna Tomljenovic, the judge tasked with drafting a ruling by the European Union’s second-highest court on Apple’s alleged €13 billion Irish sweethea(...)

On Tuesday, the PwC-Irish Times Tax Summit will wrestle the most topical questions in an increasingly uncertain world. File photograph: Getty

This Week September 16th Monday Indicators: Irish exports and imports (July). Tuesday Results: Uniphar, Adobe, FedEx. Indicators: Euro zone econom(...)

John Moran: ‘If you look at everything I’m involved in, there’s always a challenge at the heart of it.’ Photograph Liam Burke/Press 22

John Moran, the former mandarin who was at the heart of some testy exchanges with EU paymasters during Ireland’s bailout years, may be an unlikely ste(...)

Two years ago, the Dublin Circuit Court ruled that Sayed Mirwais could not recover €11,713 that he said he won playing roulette from Automatic Amusements Ltd, which trades as D1 Casino on Dorset Street in the capital. Photograph: iStock

An independent arbitrator could have the power to rule on disputes between punters and bookies under a Government plan to modernise how gambling is re(...)

William Fry has received €3.1 million in fees over the past five years for its work on the Apple case. Photograph: Reuters

The State has to date paid €7.1 million including VAT in fees to lawyers and experts in relation to the European Commission’s €13 billion ruling on st(...)

A view of the construction site of The National Children’s Hospital. Photograph: Tom Honan

The National Paediatric Hospital Development Board was established by former minister for health Mary Harney in 2007 to oversee the building of nation(...)

The Law Society of Ireland’s building at Blackhall Place, Dublin Photograph: Eric Luke

The number of solicitors with Irish practising certificates (PC) rose by 4.8 per cent to 10,972 last year, with McCann Fitzgerald, Mason Hayes & C(...)

Natrium, fronted by developer Deirdre Foley with backing from Cheyne Capital, flipped the department store building last October to a consortium for €63m, more than doubling investors’ cash in a little over three years. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

As the new owners of the Clerys site gear up to transform it into a high-grade, mixed-use development, the entrails of the shuttered Dublin department(...)

More than 80 per cent said the new GDPR rules were beneficial for individuals and they are exercising their rights under the new laws. Photograph: iStockphoto

Most Irish businesses feel they have correctly interpreted their obligations under new data protection regulations but compliance has been a challenge(...)

McCann FitzGerald partner Mary Brassil (left) with Labour senator Ivana Bacik and Willis Towers Watson senior director Tamsin Sridhara at a Dublin event to discuss the new Gender Pay Gap Information Bill. Photograph: Colm Mahady / Fennell Photography

Organisations are being urged to do private “dry runs” on the calculation of their gender pay gap before they are required by law to reveal the data. (...)

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