Irish businesses can be world leaders on green energy, says demand response expert

Energy Daniel Murray 3 hours ago

Ibec calls for extension of 9% Vat rate for businesses worst hit by pandemic

The employers group warns of large-scale business failures and job losses across tourism and hospitality industry without further supports

Business Eva Short 16 hours ago

Ornua records 50% increase in profits despite US tariffs on Irish butter

Consumer demand for butter soared after home baking emerged as a trend of 2020

Companies Lorcan Allen 6 hours ago

Carphone Warehouse to shut all Irish stores

Neale Richmond: No discussion can be off the table when it comes to a shared island

Podcast: Five Degrees of Change — Sinead Mercier

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Finance ombudsman criticised over ‘case delays’

The head of a mortgage misselling advisory firm said the FSPO had not progressed certain complaints for up to 16 months

HSE to recruit healthcare apprentices as part of new strategy

Almost half of Irish heavy goods vehicles now ten years old

U2’s Edge says nuclear power an option to meet our climate targets

No candidates outside civil service in frame for top post at Deptartment of Finance

Home Aiden Corkery 3 days ago

Neale Richmond: No discussion can be off the table when it comes to a shared island

A united Ireland will not simply see the North assimilate into today’s Ireland, it will take a lot of work to build trust and co-operation, but it can be done

Tony O’Brien: Our quarantine approach seems designed with failure in mind

Greed and gullibility are gold to the fraudsters with promises of riches

Elaine Byrne: Opening court to TV spotlight runs risk of playing to the gallery

Legal Elaine Byrne 3 days ago

Lucinda Creighton: Biden’s mud-slinging on tax havens is damaging to Ireland

Tax Lucinda Creighton 3 days ago

Company Watch: Coinbase blazes a trail for crypto with $85bn post-IPO valuation

Founder Brian Armstrong, now among the 100 richest people on the planet, says cryptocurriencies could be as ‘revolutionary’ as the internet

Tech View: The real reason why Microsoft is buying Nuance

Auction platform for forests aims to put €6m in assets on block in coming weeks

U2’s Edge says nuclear power an option to meet our climate targets

Quanta acquires 82-acre data centre site in Dublin

Olly Alexander: ‘This is how I want to be and put myself out there. I know how lucky I am to do that’

The Years & Years singer has found himself thrown into the limelight after starring in Russell T Davies’ highly acclaimed drama It’s A Sin – and he’s determined to make the most of it

Merciful hour: Stephen Rea and Judith Roddy interviewed

Theatre Sara Keating 3 days ago

Someone to lean on: friendship in a pandemic

Nora Barnacle’s lust for life shines through in O’Connor’s story of love and literature

Books John Walshe 3 days ago

What happens when an agent puts her own home up for sale?

Selling agent Sinéad Beggan turns the tables on herself as she puts her Tudor-style, three-bedroom home in Dublin’s Templeogue on the market

Victorian elegance on desirable Eglinton Road

House of the Week: Secluded Stillorgan home offers the best of contemporary family living

Well-appointed Dublin 4 mews within minutes of Baggot Street

Pandemic accelerates dramatic changes in house-buying trends

After the goal rush: What now for Irish football?

Investigating the failure of the Irish football team on the international stage starts at the fault lines of Ireland’s sporting structures. But how did things get so bleak? And how can we achieve redemption?

Sport David Sneyd 3 days ago

The Profile: Whitney Wolfe Herd, founder of Bumble

Profile Rosanna Cooney 3 days ago

The Sunday Interview: Alan Leach, chief executive of West Wood Club

Two big to fail: will the sale of Davy undermine Irish banking?

Vincent Boland: Naive Cameron’s bromance ends in controversy and recrimination