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From left: Jeremy Fitch of Invest Northern Ireland; Margaret Hearty of Intertrade Ireland; partner in charge of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year programme Frank O’Keeffe; and Pádraig Ó Céidigh, founder of Aer Arann and chairman of the judging panel. Photograph: Maxwells

Twenty-four businesses ranging from financial services and technology to agriculture and manufacturing are the finalists in this years Ernst &a(...)

The Xtra-Vision store on Baggot Street in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Over one hundred jobs are under threat following an announcement that the entertainment retailer Xtra-vision is to close 20 stores across Irela(...)

 Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Leo Varadkar: “These figures suggest that the Gathering has got off to a strong start.”

The Gathering has significantly boosted tourism figures so far this year from North America and continental Europe, Fáilte Ireland stati(...)

Declarations made by Google to a House of Commons inquiry that advertising sales are handled by Dublin-based staff have(...)

Failed spreadbetting business Worldspreads has sued accountancy firm Ernst and Young (E&Y) over allegedly negligent auditing services. (...)

A receiver is set to be appointed to Xtra-Vision later today.

DVD rental store Xtra-vision, which employs 1,023 people across the island of Ireland, has appointed joint receivers. Luke Charleton and (...)

A demonstrator wearing a mask, depicting Britain's chancellor  George Osborne, holds up fake bank notes outside the Barclays Bank AGM earlier this week. Photograph: Andrew Winning/Reuters

Big accountancy firms are using “insider knowledge” gained from staff seconded to the British treasury to help companies and wealthy individual(...)

The four biggest firms –  Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG and PwC – have four times as many staff dealing with  transfer pricing  schemes used by multinationals to siphon off income to low-tax countries

Major international accounting firms handling tax affairs for multinational firms run rings around the United Kingdom’s Revenu(...)

A computer generated image of what Metro North arriving at Swords Station could look like. Dublin City Council and Fingal County Council have between them collected almost €18 million in levies paid by residential and commercial developers who were granted permission to build near to where the line was to run.

Dublin local authorities are to cut development levies for the shelved Metro North rail line by up to one third, but say they will not scrap th(...)

 President of the High Court Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns was thanked by Bernard Dunleavy, for the directors of Newbridge Credit Union, for  his remarks that the special manager should have regard to the fact that fees had to be borne by the ordinary members of the credit union. Photograph: Alan Betson

Mary Carolan The special manager of Newbridge Credit Union has agreed to reduce by €55,000 a bill of €449,568 fees sought to c(...)

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