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British prime minister Theresa May: mixed messages in relation to whether Britain will undergo a hard or a soft Brexit. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

While Budget 2017 dominated talk on the streets of the Republic this week, a storm that threatens to morph into a typhoon was brewing across the wate(...)

The Indeed website recorded a 250% jump in UK searches for jobs in Ireland in the immediate 24 hours after the June vote

Fears of a “hard” Brexit have led to a spike in the number of UK people seeking jobs in Ireland. In the 100 days since the June referendum, UK sear(...)

Job searches from EU residents looking at working in Ireland were 216 per cent higher in the wake of the Brexit result.

Employment-related search engine Indeed has reported a huge spike in the number of UK residents searching for jobs in Ireland, in the wake of the Brex(...)

 Prof Philip Lane, Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland. Photograph:  Jason Clarke.

After all the castles in the air promised during the election campaign, the Government was brought back down to earth this week as the European Commis(...)

‘Remain’ campaigners carry placards during British prime minister David Cameron’s speech on the referendum on the UK’s EU membership  in Witney, Britain. Ictu is to launch its campaign against a Brexit. Photograph: Will Oliver/EPA

The Irish Congress of Trade Unions (Ictu) will today release a report to kickstart its campaign to oppose a British exit from the European Union. Th(...)

David Drumm leaves the Dublin District Court: he will likely be waiting until the middle of next year for a trial. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

After eight long years in the doldrums, the construction industry appears to be roaring back. Two reports showed activity in the sector accelerated sh(...)

Dublin came top for employee happiness in Europe, beating London, Stockholm, Rome and Madrid

Irish employees are among the happiest in the world, according to a new survey which ranks Ireland fourth place globally and Dublin coming first amon(...)

Commercial buildings in Dublin’s docklands Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Headline rents in the Dublin office sector rose by 22 per cent last year and closed the year at €55 per sq foot, according to an analysis by commercia(...)

Property firm Hibernia Reit has agreed to pay €51.3 million for Central Quay, a modern office block located between Sir John Rogerson’s Quay and Hanov(...)

Dave Cahill: “It’s a fascinating country if you’re willing to spend a lot of time learning the language”

In 2014, computer science graduate Dave Cahill joined the newly opened Tokyo office of online recruitment search site Indeed. One of his early roles a(...)

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