Wednesday January 21, 2015
The Government will take "great care and exercise great caution" in weighing up any formal takeover bid that emerges for Aer Lingus by British Airways' owner IAG, Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe told the Dail last night.
Tuesday December 16, 2014
Apple, eBay and Amazon have joined forces with Microsoft in the software company's legal battle with the US government over access to customer data stored in Ireland.
Friday December 12, 2014
The Irish Times reports on comments by Royal Bank of Scotland chief Ross McEwan, who says the firm does not expect to get back the £15bn in capital it has sunk into Ulster Bank since the financial crash in late 2008, while it could be up to a decade before it repays its £46bn bailout funds to UK tax
Thursday November 27, 2014
The Taoiseach has told attendees at the American Chamber of Commerce annual Thanksgiving dinner that the 52% rate of tax will be reduced to 50% in next October's budget.
Tuesday October 14, 2014
Initial US reaction to the abolition of the so-called 'Double Irish' tax scheme and the introduction of new investment incentives has been positive.
Tuesday September 30, 2014
The European Commission has said that two tax arrangements agreed between Ireland and the US computer giant Apple amount to illegal State aid.
Thursday September 04, 2014
The way a US court forced disclosure of foreign data from Microsoft is objectionable and warned it could have implications across Europe, according to junior minister Dara Murphy.
Thursday May 15, 2014
The American Chamber of Commerce has said reform of Ireland's personal taxation regime must be a priority of the government.
Thursday October 03, 2013
Investment from US firms in Ireland rose by 1% last year to $22.8 billion, according to a report by the American Chamber of Commerce.
Thursday July 04, 2013
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland member companies have over 1,400 jobs vacant job positions, its annual Workforce Activation Survey shows.