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.
Thursday July 16, 2015
David McCullagh blogs on the likelihood (or otherwise) of a 2015 General Election
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.
Monday July 13, 2015
Greece missed the second debt payment to the International Monetary Fund in two weeks today, despite having reached agreement with official creditors on a new bailout programme earlier in the day.
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.
Tuesday July 07, 2015
Greece has until Thursday to submit a reform plan for a bailout package, EU President Donald Tusk has said after an emergency summit of eurozone leaders.
Friday July 03, 2015
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said the risk to the Irish economy from the uncertain situation in Greece was "second-round" in nature.
Wednesday July 01, 2015
Tullow Oil has raised its West African full-year production guidance after its flagship Jubilee offshore Ghana field produced more oil than expected.
Tuesday June 30, 2015
Some 12 former concession holders of the now closed Clerys department store in Dublin are considering an application to the High Court next week to block the appointment of KPMG as liquidators to OCS Operations Ltd.
Monday June 29, 2015
Exploration company Petroceltic has reported a loss of $282m for the year to the end of December.