Friday August 28, 2015
Former Irish Nationwide chief executive Michael Fingleton will insist the building society was solvent on the night of the bank guarantee, according to The Irish Times, despite the fact that bailing it out would eventually cost the State more than €5 billion.
Tuesday August 25, 2015
US-based Monsanto has sweetened its offer to buy Switzerland's Syngenta, valuing the company at around $47 billion as it tries to lure the Swiss firm to the negotiating table, a person familiar with the matter has said.
Wednesday August 19, 2015
Planning permission has been sought for the first phase of what could be one of the single largest developments in Dublin's docklands, The Irish Independent reports.
Friday August 14, 2015
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said the homelessness crisis is not a question of a lack of resources or money.
Wednesday August 12, 2015
If you're looking for a cheap hotel getaway in Ireland, January is the month to book it, according to a new survey.
Monday July 27, 2015
A new organisation established to regulate charities has been warning for almost a year that it does not have enough staff to fulfil its obligations, according to documents released to RTÉ News under Freedom of Information.
Friday July 17, 2015
One-off corporation tax payments totalling €170m contributed to corporation tax running €606m ahead of target for the first six months of this year, according to Finance Minister Michael Noonan.
Wednesday July 15, 2015
Three years after one of the State's largest stockbroking firms collapsed amid accounting irregularities and subsequent findings of malpractice, the body that oversees the accounting profession in Ireland has still not begun an investigation.
Friday July 10, 2015
Online retailer Amazon has acquired the former Jacob's biscuit factory on Belgard Road in Tallaght, Dublin.
Wednesday July 08, 2015
The Government may fly stockpiles of euros to Greece to help stranded tourists who find themselves unable to withdraw money from ATMs.