Blueshirts' big beasts gather to roar
A conference to build business ties between Ireland and Mexico will be held in Dublin next May.
Irish food company Valeo Foods is in the final stages of appointing financial advisers in preparation for an initial public offering, The Sunday Business Post understands.
An impasse in negotiations between Ireland and Britain over a major wind exporting plan could be a negotiating strategy on both sides, according to senior sources in the wind energy sector.
Unemployed people will have their rent taken out of their social welfare payments for the first time in an overhaul of the Euro 344 million rent support scheme.
Nama, the state's bad bank, has seized control of the property assets of Mount Carmel, a move that paves the way for a quick sale of the private hospital.
Lone Star briefly appointed a receiver over the Roche family's 38 per cent stake in NTR last week, before cancelling the appointment after the family discharged its debts.
The state is facing penalties of many millions of euro for a staggering 27 years over the M3 motorway and Limerick Tunnel projects.
Siptu president Jack O'Connor has said he held secret talks with Aer Lingus boss Christoph Mueller over the pensions row at the company, on five different occasions.
Cabinet documents seen by The Sunday Business Post reveal the level of opposition to the health minister's plans to introduce a system of universal health insurance.
Doctors are making serious errors in the way they are prescribing blood-thinning medicines, leaving thousands of patients at risk of stroke, potentially fatal bleeding and other serious adverse side effects.
Deal would give billionaire significant influence over hospital
Developers will be able to turn planned apartment developments into family homes without seeking planning permission as part of the government's plan to boost the construction industry.
The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation(INMO) is advising nurses at a number of hospitals to refuse to take patients' bloods or perform canulations.
Ten questions and nine answers about Universal Health Insurance, the plan to turn the Irish healthcare system upside down, write Susan Mitchell and Pat Leahy.
The suicide of Paul Kelly's sister drove him to found Console, the biggest suicide prevention, intervention and bereavement service in the country, writes Susan Mitchell.
Week 5: A glum former chairman and London on call
A stop-start week of evidence, but the jury was last week brought inside the Anglo boardroom and into the complex world of investment banking. Ian Kehoe and Philip Connolly report.
As 28 ministers prepare to travel the world for St Patrick's Day celebrations, the greening of the globe still has its detractors at home, writes Michael Brennan.
Actor Stephen Cromwell
I come in, I give it my all, and then I go home to my family.
City-wide public art will seek to draw attention to an annual three-day event which brings creatives from all over the world to Dublin, writes Siobhan Brett.
This Wednesday, after John Giles and Bill O'Herlihy are done picking over the carcass of Barcelona vs Manchester City in the Champions League, Second Captains Live will return to RTE 2.
What will happen if the US vulture fund gobbles up Nama's loan book? Ian Kehoe reports.
The Irish Rail cost cuts row is likely to move to the Labour Court within the next ten days.
Candidates in the upcoming local and European elections will be targeted by bus drivers unions.
Justice Minister Alan Shatter has got the backing of the legal profession for his plan to set up a new training course for would-be judges.
AIB paid out a total of €186 million in professional fees to accountants, lawyers and others in 2011, according to new information obtained by this newspaper.
Aer Arann is reportedly close to finalising a second lucrative ''franchise flying deal with a major British carrier.
Environment Minister Phil Hogan is restricting candidates in the forthcoming European elections to just one free leaflet per household to save €3.5 million.
The Competition Authority has launched an investigation into the proposed Euro 20 million takeover of Wexford Creamery by Glanbia.
Fianna Fail is bracing itself for a battle between party leader Micheal Martin's young political organiser and a veteran former party councillor.
Secret Fianna Fail research has revealed the identities of almost 40 sitting party councillors who are the most likely to lose their seats.
Companies will have to work harder on workplace diversity if they want to recruit young females, a new survey by PwC suggests.
Accuris Networks, a Dublin telecoms software firm, is set to look for a multimillion euro investment round to accelerate its growth on the back of a new deal with Denis O'Brien's Digicel.
American diplomats are battling against the clock this weekend to persuade Russian president Vladimir Putin to back down in the crisis over Ukraine.
State agency ForfÃ¡s plans to conduct a major study to identify how Ireland can boost its intellectual property (IP) activity.
McKillen tells The Sunday Business Post he has the financial muscle to buy out the Barclay brothers.
Yulia Tymoshenko may have spent time in a Ukraine prison, but she is someone the Russians are willing to do business with, writes Seamus Martin.
The company that owns the Mothercare franchise for Ireland says it is still confident of improving profitability despite suffering losses for the second successive year.
When Wicklow County Council rezoned lands at Ashford from industrial to light craft, it wiped €16 million off the value of land held by millionaire developer Michael Ryan, according to a recent set of company accounts.
Ulster Bank is being sued for investment losses of as much as £570 million (€693 million) in a claim lodged with the High Court in London.
Ewan MacKenna: Why on earth was anyone surprised by what Davy Fitzgerald said?
The first sod has been turned on the new centre of excellence at the national sports campus in Abbotstown, writes Barry J Whyte.
England look solid and Tyrone worth a punt
The first sod has been turned on the new centre of excellence at the national sports campus in Abbotstown
Say what you like about the Fine Gael backbencher, but when it comes to stamina they have it in bucket loads, especially when it comes to congratulating themselves and their leader.
In the crosshairs
KBC is expanding its footprint in the Irish retail banking market with the launch of a new high-profile branch in Dublin's city centre.
Irish women are better educated than men, but gravitate toward particular types of training, new data confirms.