Daily Archives: May 24, 2013

Chopra’s big idea for Ireland’s banks

Posted on by David Murphy

By Business Editor David Murphy Enda Kenny and Michael Noonan are getting ready for their lap of honour when Ireland exits the EU/IMF bailout. But there is still one unresolved issue – it is becoming clearer that banks will need … Continue reading

The business and politics of Climate Change

Posted on by Will Goodbody

By Will Goodbody, Science and Technology Correspondent @willgoodbody Amid the hullabaloo surrounding penalty-point-gate this week, another event in Leinster House, with arguably far greater long term consequences for our future, and the future of our children, got overshadowed. On the … Continue reading

Tory-bashing and crisis economics

Posted on by Sean Whelan

By Seán Whelan, Economics Correspondent Michael Martin has just made an important speech staking out radically new policy territory for Fianna Fáil on Europe, Britain and Ireland.  In it he says: – The economic crisis is so deep the EU … Continue reading