Friday May 08, 2015
The Government's borrowing costs have more than doubled since the last week in April to hit close to 1.5% for 10 year debt at one stage yesterday.
Friday May 01, 2015
The chief executive of the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA), Kevin Toland, has effectively called for the regulator responsible for setting passenger charges at Dublin Airport to be disbanded.
Tuesday April 21, 2015
Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe is still awaiting a report by the Government's working group into the potential sale of the State's stake in Aer Lingus.
Monday April 20, 2015
Liberty Global's Belgian subsidiary Telenet has agreed to buy local mobile network operator Base from Dutch group for €1.325 billion.
Thursday March 26, 2015
The Government could decide on a sale of the State's 25.1% stake in Aer Lingus early next month, according to the flag carrier's chief executive, Stephen Kavanagh.
Wednesday March 25, 2015
An academic who specialises in media analysis has told the Banking Inquiry that, overwhelmingly, the Irish media maintained that there was no bubble and that the boom would eventually end in a "soft landing".
Monday March 16, 2015
A conflict between cement makers Lafarge and Holcim deepened today as both acknowledged that the terms of their proposed merger of equals may have to be revised to reflect diverging valuations.
Tuesday March 10, 2015
Hillary Clinton has said that she should have used a government email account as US secretary of state, though she said she violated no rules.
Monday March 09, 2015
British insurer RSA is set to be fined up to €5 million by the Central Bank in relation to financial irregularities that emerged at the business in 2013.
Wednesday March 04, 2015
Enthusiastic workers at Revenue shared special payments of over €81,000 last year in response to their good ideas about cutting waste and improving productivity.