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The unfinished Kilternan Hotel and Golf Resort at the foothills of Dublin mountains. photograph: eric luke

Nama has finally moved to sell the Kilternan Hotel and Country Club in south Dublin despite fears it could(...)

Food Island

Companies can halve the cost of doing research and development by taking advantage of tax breaks and credits. Many companies ignore this potent(...)

Brian O’Farrell: he is one of the so-called Maple 10 developers loaned money by Anglo Irish Bank to buy shares that were formerly contracts for difference held by Seán Quinn. Photograph: Collins Courts

Four bids have been received by the National Asset Management Agency for loans with a face-value of €225 million associated wi(...)

Two men use ATMs outside a HSBC bank in London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett

Consumer trust in banks globally is on the rise, according to a new study of customers’ attitudes by Ernst and(...)

Liam Kavanagh, Irish Times managing director, and Frank O’Keeffe, partner in charge of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year

As Ireland emerges from the recession, entrepreneurship and innovation are essential to increase competitiveness and pave the way for future gr(...)

Biotech fever is spreading to Europe from the United States with a successful stock market debut for a cat allergy company in Britain seen as a(...)

The Leaving Cert agricultural science course is to be updated, following complaints from teachers and the agri-food sec(...)

Kieran Wallace of KPMG. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The special liquidators of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation came in for sustained questioning, and some gruff commentary, when they appear(...)

Liquidators Kieran Wallace (pictured) and Eamon Richardson,  were appearing before the Joint Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure & Reform when they were questioned on the matter

The special liquidators to IBRC will put a new structure in place for managing litigation against former auditors in order to deal with any app(...)

The auditors of Irish Nationwide Building Society were questioned by the Financial Regulator after describing the €27.6 million pension of Michael Fingleton (above) in its 2007 annual report as a scheme belonging to its “members” rather than belonging to its managing director alone.

The auditors of Irish Nationwide Building Society were questioned by the Financial Regulator after describing Michael Fingleton’s €27.6 million(...)

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