The British government is paying winter fuel bills for over 31,000 pensioners here after the country passed its ''temperature test.
Politicians in financial difficulty as a result of investment properties and buy-to-lets.
The government is expected to consider the future of Aer Lingus in the coming days, following the latest bid from IAG for airline this weekend.
O’Carroll has criticised the lack of support from the state and banks in Ireland.
The Mahon Tribunal has budgeted for paying the full legal costs of former taoiseach Bertie Ahern for his 20 days in the witness stand.
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown has become the first local authority to move to reduce the rate of local property tax by more than the 15 per cent permitted under law.
David Duffy turned AIB around. But now that he's leaving, how will the state's plans to recoup the billions ploughed into the bank be affected?
Kerry Group is pushing for a €110 million motorway upgrade to put an end to traffic gridlock for workers arriving at its new innovation centre.
Author of initial crisis report lets ECB off the hook for banking collapse but some remain to be convinced.
Efforts to hire doctors on short-term contracts, in a bid to reduce the HSE’s massive agency costs, have failed.
Dublin-headquartered Kama Games is set to double its headcount in Ireland after signing a partnership deal with Manchester United.
An Oireachtas Committee chairman has called on the government to push for a new deal on the €30 billion Anglo Irish Bank debt after the Greek elections.
Volkswagen has signed a six-figure deal to become the sponsor of the upcoming new Ray D’Arcy Show on RTE Radio 1, writes Colette Sexton.
John Looby Berlin took on Frankfurt. Frankfurt won, at least for now
A new €6 million electronic system for registering the deeds of a house is set to cut solicitors’ fees for homebuyers and speed up the conveyancing process.
Elaine Byrne: Probing questions at the banking inquiry raise the issue of what exactly the government knew about Anglo’s finances before the bank guarantee
Complacency may yet sink the hopes of same-sex marriage supporters.
The banking inquiry has cut several high-profile witnesses, including former tánaiste Michael McDowell and former Central Bank governor Maurice O’Connell
First-time buyers may be allowed to breach 20% rule. Central Bank governor says he is reluctant to change tack.
Former Fine Gael strategist Frank Flannery has been hired to lobby for a crackdown on rogue gas installers.
Minister for Health Leo Varadkar is set to lift the lifetime ban on blood donation for men who have had sex with other men.
Northern Irish property developer Parker Green International has closed a deal to buy its Nama-era debts from vulture fund Cerberus.
The listed online sports and casino betting operation run by hotel heir Sean McEniff has reported soaring revenue on its return to the US stock market.
Stephen Kinsella: We will have healthier sovereign banks and healthier corporates. Households won’t feel the QE love, but you can't have everything
The issue of adoptions by gay couples points to a weak foundation for overall support
The latest Sunday Business Post/Red C poll shows some life in the government's political support at last.
Sean Whelan One outcome could be another flow of German money into Europe’s fastest growing economy: the Irish one
What will the QE blitz mean for you? Barry J Whyte and Jack Horgan-Jones report
A Chinese-owned multinational firm is looking to strike a deal with the Irish Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF).
Dublin telecoms software firm Accuris Networks is set to expand its business in Latin America, having agreed a partnership deal in Brazil.
The country’s wealthiest retirement savers have shielded close to €3.3 billion in pension savings from tax in the last four years.
The Fine Gael MEP Brian Hayes has warned that the Irish funds industry faces a serious threat from upcoming EU legislation.
Ireland is to export its food and agricultural expertise to raise money for the state.
Eleven wound-up pension schemes have sought state support under the government’s Pensions Insolvency Payments.
The Irish technology company ridiculed in the world press for its promise of perpetual free energy is still developing products
The Irish Times online paywall is set to be introduced on February 23.
International property investors who marshal hundreds of millions of euro are exploring the possibility of using Ireland as an operations hub, a leading funds expert has said.
PIPs could be in line for a payment of €750 from the Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI) in the coming weeks.
The head of the state's insolvency agency and a selection of experts will meet with the Taoiseach this week.
Deutsche Bank has agreed a deal with the Nama to purchase Project Boyne.
The credit guarantee scheme is being overhauled to help thousands of businesses affected by the departure of Danske Bank and other lenders.
Former shareholders in Permanent TSB will be invited this week to join a quasi-class action group.
The multibillionaire who controls Three Mobile has opened a $2 billion business in Dublin
Ian Kehoe Job creation should not be viewed as social welfare. Small businesses want the same supports offered to multinationals and sexy start-ups - and often just want government to get out of the way
Political and economic pressures are combining to put social partnership back on the agenda
The results of a ballot of thousands of Dunnes Stores workers for industrial action will be known by early March.
The European Commission has noted that house repossessions here are increasing ''at an accelerated pace as the banks take action on those with long-term arrears.
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