The top business events taking place in the week ahead.
The government is preparing to make concessions on its multinational tax regime.
‘Water poverty’ can be averted for less than €50 million, ministers told
More than 1,600 homes and apartments are to be put on the market by AIB and Bank of Ireland within the next two weeks.
We shouldn't get too carried away by those second quarter GDP figures that showed a 7.7 per cent year-on-year growth.
Hospital consultants are continuing to breach the terms of their public contract at St Vincent's Hospital.
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan is planning twin tax cuts in the budget to benefit both low paid and high paid workers.
Dublin house sales are to rise 15 per cent in volume and 40 per cent in sales revenue by year-end according to the latest forecast from estate agent Hooke
Pat O'Donnell, the machinery tycoon whose business is synonymous with Clare hurling, has snapped up Aldborough House in Dublin, a historic Georgian building that has fallen into disrepair
Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) boss Kevin Toland has presented his staff with a stark choice - accept new pension proposals or face even deeper pension cuts.
Teachers have been ordered to reveal if the parents of their pupils are unemployed, have medical cards and whether they attend parent-teacher meetings.
Lively briefing on economic trends.
Colette Sexton has been appointed as a reporter with The Sunday Business Post.
Eircom was met with a muted response from a string of potential heavyweight investors in recent weeks.
The Poolbeg incinerator developer plans to use more than $100 million of offshore cash to help fund construction of the controversial project.
Nama has lent out €373 million in vendor finance in an effort to encourage purchasers to take stock off its hands.
The Department of Health will initiate a review of its €1 billion agreement with pharmaceutical manufacturers for medicines in the coming weeks.
The case of Ms Y, who was acutely suicidal and was delivered of a live baby by C-Section in August, has received extensive media coverage.
Pregnant women who are at risk of suicide but do not express suicidal intent will not have access to an abortion.
Who said what in the Scottish independence campaign.
Irish-based pharma player Mallinckrodt last week closed a $5.6 billion deal for California-based Questcor Pharmaceuticals.
Goldman Sachs has parachuted in a new management team at the Whitfield Clinic in Waterford.
Almost 4,000 distressed Ulster Bank mortgage customers have availed of a so-called economic concession.
With the promise of further devolved powers for Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales will join in the scramble.
New wave drawn to antiques
IDA Ireland missed its regional economic development targets last year.
Debt falls and household assets rise.
St Helen's Bay Golf Resort has been bought out of receivership by a consortium of its members.
Ireland's first commercial gold mine has moved a step closer to reality and is set to bring as many as 150 well paid, long- term jobs to Co Monaghan.
Proposed rules for occupaational pension schemes across Europe could dissuade firms from providing staff pension benefits.
A newly-built Kerry mental health facility has been lying unused for months.
Michael Noonan has a range of potential options on how to handle the OECD's demand to shut down the tax scheme.
With the Catalans, the Basques and even Belgian nationalist leanings, it may not be long before secession raises its head again in Europe.
Despite assurances, there is disquiet in the government at OECD proposals to tackle corporate tax avoidance and close loopholes.
The question now is where the country, and its newly mobilised generation, goes from here, writes Peter Geoghegan.
Even without a properly functioning banking sector, Ireland's growth story is very real, writes Jim Power.
How do some of the biggest and most important health organisations remunerate their staff? In the first of a three-part series, we reveal details.
Biopharma, technology and food are among the sectors likely to underpin our growing economy.
Five signs that the recovery is real
Netflix's success will be dependent on its ability to provide new and compelling content, writes Siobhán Brett.
Print publications make price changes
For a while during the general election campaign in 2007, Enda Kenny looked a real contender to replace Bertie Ahern as Taoiseach.
Those seven OECD tax deliverables - what they are and how they could affect both businesses and taxpayers
The biennial matches between the United States and Great Britain and Ireland had become so one-sided that there were question marks over its future.
Sinn Féin rejects claims made by construction industry whistleblower
Herbal tea lovers have been given a boost ahead of the budget with a promise that they will be spared from higher tax rates on their tea.
Three Co Sligo properties owned by former minister for small business John Perry will go for auction in Dublin on October 7.