REVEALED: who gained from Anglo debt deals; The Quinn family; Denis O’Brien; TV3; Derek Quinlan’s Four Seasons; Jurys Inns
Two of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies have told the state that they won’t reduce the price of commonly prescribed medicines
Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has calling for the scrapping of water charges and the abolition of Irish Water.
Ambition to secure a seat in every constituency is scuppered by Dublin’s electorate
The family of the late businessman Jim Mansfield have written to António Horta Osório, the chief executive of Lloyds Bank plc
Cross-border interconnector faces massive opposition, but EU rules will close Northern coal plants in five years
It was the meeting where Tánaiste Joan Burton found out about the role that Gay Byrne was playing in the same-sex marriage campaign.
Irish entrepreneurs are reluctant to asssociate themselves with the word ‘philanthropy’
Two Irish breweries have landed distribution deals with Tesco as part of the retailer’s Tastebud supplier development programme.
State investment agency staff pensions worth four times as much as average package at Central Bank
Bank expected to raise €525 million from issue of shares and new debt securities
Indigenous Irish businesses are struggling to cement sales relationships with major multinationals based in the country, internal figures from Enterprise Ireland reveal.
Homewatch, the alarm and security company, is set to invest up to €35 million in its business over the next three years.
A Dublin hospital consultant who recently made a six-figure settlement with the Irish tax authority has launched a High Court action against the accountancy firm that advised him.
The restructuring of the country’s nearly 380 credit unions has fallen short of what is necessary to make them viable entities, according to the credit unions regulator.
In his only interview since the Siteserv controversy exploded, Mike Aynsley, the former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, responds to his critics
Firm founded and led by Irish tycoon aims to become $4 billion revenue business in the coming years; Animal feeds conglomerate growing at an average of 20 per cent a year
Struggling debtors look set to get further detail on the amount of income they could retain in bankruptcy under new guidelines
An investigation into a Kildare estate where six houses were destroyed by fire last month
Danske Bank has agreed to limit its attempts to repossess a property in Kildare to daylight hours, after an attempt to secure it during the night upset local residents.
Environment Minister Alan Kelly is under fire over a new “tyre tax” which could increase the price of tyres by €3.
Tony O’Brien, the director general of the Health Service Executive (HSE)
Free city centre parking for public servants costs €5 million, despite government policies aimed at reducing and discouraging car use.
11 released by Supreme Court over differences in legal systems
Ireland’s biggest private equity fund, Carlyle Cardinal Ireland (CCI), expects to invest in between six and nine more companies
The banking inquiry has caved in to demands from Jean-Claude Trichet, the former head of the European Central Bank
Employees of AIB’s distressed debt management division are to be offered voluntary redundancy, in the latest cost-cutting drive by the bank.
Netcare, the largest provider of private healthcare in South Africa, has held discussions with the Mater Private about acquiring the hospital.
Government fightback in the polls evaporates; Marriage referendum: the Yes side is well ahead, but the race is set to tighten
Martin Naughton, the Dundalk-born president of Glen Dimplex, is likely to be knighted by Queen Elizabeth II of England
The two warring debt owners at Arnotts will now submit rival bids for each other’s stake of the business, The Sunday Business Post has learned.
One exclusive bidder has been selected by Gordon Brothers, the owner of department store Clerys.
A former top aide to US president Barack Obama has said that the main beneficiaries of the global economic recovery
Just two out of 60 residential centres for people with disabilities were found to be fully compliant with regulations during recent checks by health regulator Hiqa.
Sinn Féin is winning the ‘cyberwar’ on Facebook ahead of the next general election. That’s the verdict of a new analysis carried out for The Sunday Business Post.
Some 89 high net worth individuals availing of loophole; Second scheme involves use of offshore tax shelters
Bord Bia is preparing to conduct a major study of hundreds of Chinese consumers, in a bid to drive the sales of Irish food and drink companies in China.
Consumers could be facing major increases in the cost of their health insurance
More than 25 bookings for the luxury train dubbed ‘Ireland’s Orient Express’ have been made since reservation lines opened last Tuesday.
Entrepreneur says Creighton’s Renua has insufficient ‘meat on the bone’
One political party is surging ahead of all the others on social networks, and it’s not one of the coalition partners
‘I think, therefore I make great ads.” If René Descartes were a modern-day ad man, this most probably would be his maxim.
Media buying is fast paced, where you can be quickly outbid. Adam Davidson of money transfer firm Currency Fair explains how to make sure you get what you pay for
New Media and Marketing columnist
Pat Leahy: The marriage referendum is tightening, but the Yes side still enjoys a big lead. Meanwhile, Sinn Féin remains the coming force in Irish politics
Any past misdeeds may be water under the bridge for Sinn Féin, but the government parties are not so easily forgiven – especially for water charges
Support for a Yes vote may not be as strong as we all think, write David Farrell, Jane Suiter and Theresa Reidy
The evidence given by Dermot Gleeson and Brendan McDonagh to the banking inquiry during the week raised more questions than it answered. Ian Guider and Jack Horgan-Jones report
Donal Forde’s testimony at the banking inquiry last week was a disorienting mix of the ordinary and the surreal
Nicola Sturgeon’s favourite television programme is Borgen. In the popular Danish drama, a smart, personable female politician defies the odds to become prime minister.
The US is increasingly concerned that EU officials are resigned to mopping up after default by Athens
Ornua may be an unfamiliar name to most, but chances are that you have at least one of its products in your fridge
Dublin have the edge in League final
Horse racing enthusiasts can now book a VIP tour of professional stud farms in Ireland
French club rugby is squashing all comers with its endless supply of money, and there appears to be little anyone can do about it for now