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Taoiseach Enda Kenny said the Government will publish an economic strategy next month setting out a sustainable economic pathway back to prosperity based on enterprise. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Ireland has decided to exit the bailout without a precautionary credit line but it is still eligible for the €500 billion funding backstop provided by(...)

Security issue: Irish companies remain behind the international curve in several key areas of information security

Despite indications of a steady rise in threats to digital data from hackers, international cybercrime gangs, and even disgruntled ex-employees, Irish(...)

Renault Captur automobiles on display at the  Frankfurt International Motor Show  earlier this year. Renault sold 14 per cent more cars in Europe last month. Photo: Bloomberg

European car sales rose 4.6 per cent in October, marking the first consecutive monthly gain in two years. Registrations advanced to 1.04 million new v(...)

A number of economic indicators over the past few days have heightened the case for action at today’s monthly ECB rate-setting meeting. Photograph: Reuters

The European Central Bank has cut interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point, taking markets by surprise and providing a welcome boost to ho(...)

John Bohan: “There have been so many pyramid schemes for investment. There hasn’t been proper regulation in some cases or oversight. A fund administration company provides that oversight.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Ireland is known for a lot of things – Guinness, leprechauns, the Celtic Tiger – but in financial circles hedge funds are the words on everyone’s lips(...)

117 and 118 Grafton St: may be amalgamated

A private investor has agreed to pay €3.6 million for two adjoining retail buildings near the bottom of Dublin’s Grafton Street.Natalie Brennan of CBR(...)

Senator John McCain. In a joint statement with senator Carl Levin, he said: “Ireland’s promise to reform its tax rules to stop multinationals from using Irish subsidiaries to escape or defer paying taxes anywhere in the world is encouraging.”

Two US senators who criticised Ireland’s laws for allowing American multinationals avoid tax have said important questions remain about how the Gove(...)

Newly manufactured Ford Fiesta cars are seen on the deck of a car transport ship  as it travels along the Rhine, from a Ford plant in the German city of Cologne to the Dutch seaport of Vlissingen. Photograph: Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters

A surge in UK auto sales and an extra working day boosted Europe’s new car market in September, providing fresh evidence that demand is slowly bottomi(...)

Ernst & Young grew its global revenue 7.7 per cent to $25.8 billion in the 12 months ending on June 28th.

Revenue growth at accountancy firm Ernst & Young’s Irish business outstripped that of the overall group in its last financial year.Figures for the(...)

The Central Bank must submit the preliminary results of its balance sheet assessments of the Irish banks to European authorities by the end of October. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Central Bank must submit the preliminary results of its balance sheet assessments of the Irish banks to European authorities by the end of October(...)

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