30% more senior managers appointed in three years. Rise in number of national directors paid €147,000
Thousands of tracker mortgage customers who may have been overcharged by their banks could run out of time to seek compensation
Angela Merkel has announced that Germany is ready to receive 800,000 asylum seekers this year
The Health Service Executive has expanded its investigation into fees charged by pharmacists
Staff are being offered unprecedented referral fees to help recruit nurses to a large private hospital.
Paul McGuinness is considering legal action in a dispute with Ossie Kilkenny and Siún Ní Raghallaigh
Minister’s office didn’t publicise ‘courtesy call’ ahead of new defence policy
Trial to begin on May 25, 2016
Paddy Power executives have claimed that banning virtual sports gambling would shut almost one-third of Irish bookies shops
Intercom is now valued by its investors at more than $500 million
No fixed date set for dividends as media group boss admits ‘the future of the business is still not secured’
Businessman Brody Sweeney is investing €230,000 in a new Camile outlet in Blanchardstown in west Dublin as part of a nationwide rollout of the Thai food delivery service.
The Central Bank has spent close to €6 million on staff training since the start of 2013, including almost €120,000 on “personal effectiveness” training.
A legal row is brewing between two rival debt advisory groups, New Beginning and the Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation (IMHO), after a social media spat.
Octagon Films, makers of hit television series such as Love/Hate, Vikings, Penny Dreadful and The Borgias, returned €19.1 million
Draft version required group editor’s approval for publication of ‘sustained or repeated adversarial material’
The Oscar-winning actor Jeremy Irons has called on the Irish government to pay more attention to the things Ireland does well
Public relations experts have called for a halt to ex-politicians’ “privileged access” to Leinster House.
Family and friends questioned her decision to take over the scandal-hit charity. But Mo Flynn says she wanted to lead a very worthy cause out of the wilderness
The merger of the two betting heavyweights leads to the prospect of Paddy Power taking on the US market
The main players involved in the mega merger
The proposed marriage of Paddy Power and Betfair has sent shockwaves through the industry
The history of betting giants Paddy Power
New chief executive Muldoon is hoping to shave Euro 7m off the company's operating costs
Dublin animation firm Jam Media is expecting its turnover to hit €22 million over the next 18 months
The Department of Health should amend the health insurance levy to reduce its impact on consumers on entry-level plans
Pat Doherty of Harcourt Developments is the latest shopping centre owner to begin legal proceedings against Dunnes Stores
Construction in Ireland and Europe is stubbornly stuck in the doldrums by any measure – but insulation maker Kingspan is buoyant and growing
Focus Ireland has backed away from its claim that the Housing Finance Agency was unable to offer cheaper loans than commercial banks.
People planning to build a one-off house will have to register as a lobbyist
The Irish start-up is creating a new way for businesses to talk to customers
Three Mobile is refusing to accept Irish Water bills from new customers as proof of address.
Electric Ireland is to pay €13 million in compensation to two million electricity customers
Business is booming for Irish travel agency Club Travel
Dublin City Council is set to examine new incentives that would see vacant spaces above shops converted into small residential units
Facebook’s plans for a new €200 million data centre in Co Meath to be re-examined by An Bord Pleanála.
The tax take from capital acquisitions tax is heavily skewed towards urban areas.
Accent Media has signed up major names including Google, Apple and U2 as customers.
FM104, 96FM and Talksport would be tasty leftovers in rumoured ITV buyout
Ireland may be about to get its first direct air route to Asia.
The new owner of the iconic department store Arnotts is seeking proposals from potential operators.
IRA is not back in business,' say British government sources
The rush to smear Sinn Féin over a Belfast killing betrays the political desperation of Burton and Martin
Chinese shares have lost €6 trillion in a rollercoaster week.
China’s problems don’t signal the end of the world
We're used to the expression Made in China', but really what we should be paying attention to is what's Sold in China'
What should investors do when stock markets are in turmoil?
New laws governing lobbying come into operation this week
Sherry Perreault, the new lobbying regulator, has a steely determination to enact change in Ireland's political system.
Profile: Theresa Villiers
In an extract from The New Breed: Irish Rugby's Professional Era, Patrick McCarry explains how Irish rugby reacted to professionalism.
Pat Keogh,chief executive of Leopardstown
Here we go again
After years of criticism, and living in her sister’s shadow, Serena Williams is finally getting her due
Comment: Down the years, the willingness of juries to award large sums to libel plaintiffs has had dreadful implications for freedom of speech in Ireland.
Video clips have been deployed to sell records since the early 1980s.
Ireland's plaintiff-friendly libel laws are a theoretically attractive proposition for litigants from foreign countries.
Revenues at Veolia Water Ireland rose from €34.9 million to €36.6 million between 2013 and 2014.
Shane Jennings joins The Sunday Business Post