Ireland - Business
Wednesday - 20th March, 2019
McDonald’s appeals EU decision to cancel trademark on Big Mac
Fast-food giant McDonald’s has appealed the EU trademark office decision cancelling a trademark fo...
Friday - 15th March, 2019
O’Callaghan sues over adverts on Facebook
Broadcaster Miriam O’Callaghan claims she has been defamed in a series of “false” and “malic...
Thursday - 14th March, 2019
Ireland has opportunity to be data governance leader
Last week, this column considered fresh revelations regarding Facebook’s past efforts to lobby the...
Wednesday - 13th March, 2019
Quinn children unknowingly put ‘heads in the noose’ for €415m liability
Seán Quinn’s five adult children unknowingly “put their heads in the noose” for a lia...
Friday - 8th March, 2019
Where you live determines how many hours you work
For any European moving to work in the US, the short annual holidays are a culture shock. By contras...
Thursday - 7th March, 2019
Ghosn on bail Car boss freed in Tokyo
■ Carlos Ghosn, who ran the world’s largest car alliance before his arrest last November, has be...
Wednesday - 6th March, 2019
‘Mrs Brown’ actor on list of tax defaulters
Mrs Brown’s Boys actor Daniel O’Carroll was among 73 individuals and firms who made settlements ...
Friday - 1st March, 2019
Record €10m libel award cut to €250,000
The Court of Appeal has cut a €10 million libel award – the highest ever in the State – agains...
Thursday - 28th February, 2019
PTSB chief says bank to be ‘quite rightly’ fined for role in tracker scandal
Permanent TSB (PTSB) will “quite rightly” be fined for its role in the State’s tracker-mortgag...
Wednesday - 27th February, 2019
UK ‘must explain’ reason for Brexit delay request, warns French finance minister
The UK must explain why it wants to delay Brexit if it applies for an extension to the Article 50 ex...
Friday - 22nd February, 2019
Bank of Ireland sets up €2bn fund to help SMEs manage Brexit
Bank of Ireland has established a €2 billion Brexit fund to support small and medium-sized busines...
Thursday - 21st February, 2019
US should fix its own lax tax system
For years, US politicians – including the current president – have blamed Ireland for depriving ...
Wednesday - 20th February, 2019
Juventus debts Club turns to Dublin
■ Juventus, the Turin football club, has listed €175 million of debt on the stock exchange in Du...
Friday - 15th February, 2019
Brain drain in North much worse than in the Republic
Emigration has played a huge role in moulding the Republic, affecting all aspects of society and the...
Thursday - 14th February, 2019
Ronaldo goal Juve eye bond market
■ Juventus is looking to tap the international bond markets for the first time, as the storied Ita...
Wednesday - 13th February, 2019
Financial advisers slow to display fees and commission rates
Igot a fright at the doctor’s last week. Not in the consultation room thankfully, but on my way ou...
Friday - 8th February, 2019
Brexit could be the new driver of Irish pay rates
The State has been part of a broader labour market covering Britain and Ireland for more than 150 ye...
Thursday - 7th February, 2019
Should Big Tech start building affordable houses?
Just over a month into 2019, the jobs news is flowing. Already more than 2,500 jobs have been announ...
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