21:54 Legislation to establish a framework for Oireachtas inquiries will allow witnesses recoup legal costs if their good name is called into question.
Seán Whelan, Economics Correspondent
David Murphy, Business Editor
Another EU fiasco is forcing Government to find new ways to deliver fast broadband, writes Niall Kitson.
Most of IBRC's 900 staff are expected to remain working with the bank's liquidator until the end of the year.
European car sales grew in April for the first time since September 2011, ending 18 consecutive months of decline.
Greece's deep, six-year recession is likely to end in 2014, but unemployment will remain above 20% for another three years, the European Commission predicts.
Shares in Lloyds Banking Group rose above the level which the UK government regards as its break-even price following its £20.5 billion rescue of the bank.
The head of the main funding body for scientific research in Europe has said there is "room for growth" for Irish scientists applying for and securing European research grants.
Facebook's head of privacy has warned that a new EU data privacy directive will be a significant regulatory step that will determine Europe's future as an innovation economy.
Dell's earnings plunged by 79% in the latest quarter as the shift to smartphones and tablets reduced demand for its personal computers.
Financial services provider IFG Group said it continues to make progress ''driven by sound business fundamentals''.
Petroceltic is to postpone its move to the official lists of the London and Irish stock exchanges as it sought to complete a second-farm out agreement for the Isarene permit.
Irish companies who took part in this week's Enterprise Ireland trade mission to the Czech Republic and Poland have secured new contracts with a potential value of €17m.
Moominder - a company that makes an ear tag that measures a cow's temperature - has won the overall prize at the 2013 JFC Innovation Awards for Rural Business.
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Ian Swales, Liberal Democrat MP, and Irish tax expert Jim Stewart discuss Google's tax policy in the UK.
The head of Ireland's new insolvency service says half a million people would be affected by agreements reached under the new insolvency regime.
Financial services company Capita has announced 800 new jobs for Dublin city centre.
The ESRI's David Duffy predicts economic and employment growth in the Irish economy this year and next.