Tuesday February 24, 2015
The construction sector is growing faster in crisis-hit Greece and in Spain than it is here, despite higher overall growth in the Irish economy, according to new EU data.
Friday February 13, 2015
The State paid just more than €1 billion in interest on its International Monetary Fund bailout loans last year, according to figures from the National Treasury Management Agency.
Thursday February 12, 2015
Today in Dublin a different type of tax conference is taking place.
Monday February 02, 2015
Swiss bank Julius Baer plans to cut around 100 million Swiss francs ($107m) of costs, including about 200 jobs, due to the recent surge in the Swiss currency.
Thursday December 11, 2014
The Revenue Commissioners are examining the 28,000 plus Lux Leaks documents detailing agreements between a number of countries with operations in Ireland and the tax authorities in Luxembourg.
Wednesday December 10, 2014
The British government has published draft legislation for a so-called 'Google Tax', designed to clamp down on aggressive tax planning by multinational companies.
Monday November 10, 2014
A senior aide has defended European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker against charges of having provided a haven for corporate tax avoidance in Luxembourg, saying the entire new EU executive was committed to stamping out tax evasion.
Tuesday November 04, 2014
Associated British Foods posted a 6% rise in full year earnings, with strong performances from its Primark discount fashion chain and grocery division offseting the adverse impact of lower sugar prices.
Friday October 31, 2014
Ahead of over 90 protests against water charges tomorrow, Tánaiste Joan Burton has said that water charges will be modest and capped and that the Government is examining a "fair price".
Friday October 10, 2014
Brussels is challenging the "double Irish" tax avoidance measure prized by big US tech and pharma groups, putting pressure on Dublin to close it down or face a full-blown investigation.