Allegations made in email identified in banking inquiry
But argument that North is a ‘special case’ rings true in more ways than one
The HSE has vowed that GPs will be paid all monies owed after a technical ‘glitch’ wiped huge numbers of children aged under six off its payments database.
Centric Health, the primary care group founded by Dr Maurice Cox and Dr Ray Power, has appointed Cantor Fitzgerald
Desire for Dublin-style leafy suburban living can only be fulfilled many miles from the capital
One51, the environmental and plastics company, has received a takeover bid from Capvest, an Irish-led investment company
Increasing the amount that can be inherited tax-free to €300,000 would cost the state €62.7 million annually, the Revenue has told the Department of Finance.
Measure aims to ensure that owners of debts cannot use them as leverage to put pressure on vulnerable politicians
Hines, the Texan fund behind Dublin’s Cherrywood development, is set to seek planning
Publicly quoted Irish mobile payments and messaging company Zamano has received an offer valuing the company at €20 million.
A future government will be unable to scrap water charges without breaching the EU’s water directive, it has emerged.
Some Permanent TSB customers who lost their homes as a result of the bank’s interest rate blunder have emigrated, The Sunday Business Post has learned.
The state’s environmental watchdog is investigating Irish Water’s failure to stop raw sewage from some of Howth Head’s
State investment body took heavy hits to its bottom line as previously promising start-ups collapsed
Ireland is actively pursuing two major biopharmaceutical investments that could be worth over €800 million if they come to fruition here.
Fintan Drury told the banking inquiry that he had been in the dark about key matters relating to Anglo Irish Bank
Legal battle will not delay construction of cross city link, insists state rail agency
Powerful forces don’t want to see the banking inquiry complete its work
International investment bank Blackstone has bought a site outside Tralee for around €1 million
Fintan Drury hinted that he may have been out of his depth when in charge of risk management at Anglo. But he was an expert at getting access to senior politicians
Alan Dukes and Mike Aynsley paint a picture of a Department of Finance that was short of resources
Main banks report that loans are increasing, but lending limits and lack of properties could stifle the growth, writes Ian Guider, Markets Editor
Jeremy Masding, the beleaguered chief executive of Permanent TSB, tells Ian Guider that he hopes his bank can eventually recover from the double whammy of a mortgage rate scandal and a very public PR gaffe
The banks are on the way back. AIB will be sold within a year. Bank of Ireland is set to make a €1 billion profit.
Tiarnan O’Mahoney, Bernard Daly and Aoife Maguire stepped into an uncomfortable spotlight in court last week.
Sam McCauley Chemists is expanding its store portfolio, with the group investing €2 million over the next 12 months.
Ireland may be the fastest growing eurozone economy, but its long-term prospects are far less positive, according to a new report from the US investment bank Morgan Stanley.
The trillion-dollar investment firm Capital Group has trimmed back its stake in Irish oil company Tullow Oil by selling almost €80 million (£55 million) worth of shares in July.
Top executive says expansion of start-up faces resistance from established Irish taxi industry
Developer Paddy McKillen is among those involved in final bidding on the €1.8 billion Dundrum Town Centre Nama book, Project Jewel.
Construction financier Lotus Investment Group, which is backed by Israeli hedge fund mogul David Grin
The Dublin corporate finance firm Raglan Capital will launch at least one publicly-quoted company each year under a new strategy
Arts minister Heather Humphreys has called in the experts to help her appoint nine new members to the board of the Irish Museum of Modern Art.
Some firms see early bookings for next year as confidence builds
The historic case was born of the absence of Seán FitzPatrick’s brother-in-law from a client list sent to the Revenue Commissioners
Shake.io, the specialised graduate hiring platform which was set up by two young Irishmen, is set to raise €1 million in funding, according to sources.
Competitiveness czar Peter Clinch says, ideally, workers ought to be more productive to justify a pay rise
Adaptive Mobile, the Dublin mobile phone security firm, has launched an intelligence unit dedicated to fighting fraud attacks on the global telecoms network.
Boylesports, the betting chain owned by entrepreneur John Boyle, has made a £130 million-plus (€185 million) approach to acquire over 600 stores
The head of one of the country’s six hospital groups is tipped to take the top job at the private Bon Secours hospital group.
Eurostat’s verdict on Irish Water, which exposed months of ministerial bluster, is a disaster for communities hoping for much- needed infrastructure to end sewage pollution
Focus on water charges has obscured need for expensive work to tackle pollution
The news that funds worth $3.5 trillion are backing calls for transparency in clinical trial reporting may prove to be a game-changer for pharmaceutical accountability
You’ve done the Gaeltacht, the family holiday and even sent them to stay with relations. What will you do with the kids for the rest of the summer?
We asked some business people how they juggle work, parenthood and summer . . .
Uber has come full circle with the announcement last week of significant investment and jobs in Ireland.
He ran for office in Ireland, missed out, moved to the US where he couldn’t vote for 16 years – but hospitality heavyweight Billy Lawless is still a political operator
Smartphones have turned every room in the house, and every public space, into a betting shop – with disastrous consequences for some
It was 50 years ago when synthetic grass first changed the landscapes of US sports stadiums.
Kerry can KO Kildare
Irish clubs on the rise abroad are a ready audience for the association – and a revenue stream
The Irish radio medium has changed utterly in the last decade
RTE is seeking €450,000 for the title sponsorship of the new Ray D’Arcy TV show
Aaron Chalke, experience producer, Media Works
Entries called for digital marketing awards
Last week’s JNLR radio listenership report was overshadowed by news of a long-anticipated return of Late Late Show presenter Ryan Tubridy to RTE Radio 1.
The station aims to win greater audience share with a new Sunday show while also increasing its female presence
Sunday Business Post columnist David McWilliams has been named as the most influential economist in Britain and Ireland by leading British business newspaper City AM.