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Helsinn chief executive Ricardo Braglia: “I think 20 per cent could be a good rate, comparable to what we pay in Switzerland, which is 20 to 22 per cent. Probably there is a margin to move there from 12.5 to 15 per cent or maximum 20 per cent.” Photograph: Ken Lennox

Increasing Ireland’s corporate tax rate to about 20 per cent would probably not result in an exodus of overseas multinational investors, according to (...)

Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, founder of EasyJet, said yesterday  the airline industry has entered a period of lower growth due to rising fuel prices. Photograph: Getty Images

Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, founder of listed UK airline EasyJet and a serial investor, said yesterday that the airline industry has entered a period of(...)

 Denis O Brien:  “I find with emerging markets that you have to go visit and you’ve got to put your own people on the ground”

Denis O’Brien’s mobile phone group Digicel spent $31 million on its application for a licence in Burma, which it submitted to the Government on Monday(...)

France’s President Francois Hollande

In 1973, Frenchman François Gernelle built the world’s first micro-computer. In the decades after, France looked on as IBM and Apple spawned a multi-t(...)

Dairymaster chief executive Edmond Harty will represent Ireland at the Ernst & Young 2013 World Entrepreneur of the Year competition in Monte Carl(...)

Photograph: Jon Boyes/Photographer’s Choice/Getty

Lee Hadnum, a former tax specialist with Ernst and Young, author of The World’s Best Tax Havens: How to Cut Your Taxes to Zero and Safeguard Your Fina(...)

La Touche House, Liam Carroll's former headquarters,overlooks the Grand Canal at Lower Rathmines Road

A range of retail and office properties assembled by Liam Carroll’s Zoe Group in Dublin city during the property bubble are to be offered for s(...)

John Dixon, Ernst & Young’s head of tax, gives evidence the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee  inquiry into Google’s tax affairs. Photograph:  PA/PA Wire

The head of tax at Ernst & Young in the UK gave some interesting evidence to the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee on Thursday as (...)

Margaret Hodge, chair of the Commons Public Accounts Committee, accused Google of using “smoke and mirrors to avoid paying tax”

A leading UK politician yesterday accused Google of “devious, calculating and unethical” behaviour after a two-hour hearing in which the compan(...)

Rockbrook, Sandyford: €9m for 63 apartments

Four Dublin apartment developments funded by Bank of Scotland (Ireland) during the property bubble are now to be sold at substantial discounts (...)

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