Ireland will benefit from new global tax rules, says EU economy commissioner

Tax Peter O'Dwyer 18 hours ago

‘A successful cyber-attack could cause blackout-type scenarios’

Increased use of ‘smart’ tech and renewable resources means electricity systems are increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks

Energy Daniel Murray 21 hours ago

Power Sharing in Northern Ireland may be on brink of collapse

DUP will accept ‘no conditions’ for the nomination of first minister as Arlene Foster is poised to officially step down at lunchtime today

Tony O’Brien: Draft contract adds to bad blood between Department of Health and consultants

Health Tony O'Brien 2 days ago

More than 500 jobs at risk at Lufthansa’s Shannon base

Aviation Lorcan Allen 2 days ago

Aidan Regan: The dethroning of global tax sovereignty — and why it’s a good thing for Ireland

Economics Aidan Regan 2 days ago

US investors claim that food firm Strong Roots will ‘run out of cash’ by next year

Legal Rosanna Cooney 2 days ago

Statutory sick pay changes to cost employers up to €1,100 more a year for each worker

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Route preferred by Varadkar could add €6m to cost of greenway

Key section of Dublin to Galway route held up for two years as some residents in Castleknock don’t want it to run along their back gardens

Labour bill would cap land prices as recommended in 1973 Kenny report

Tánaiste asks DUP’s Poots to bring forward minimum alcohol pricing

Retail Michael Brennan 2 days ago

The revelations about parties using fake pollsters must be taken seriously

Lorcan Allen: Why the days of our cherished corporate tax may be numbered

As much as the prospect of a minimum global corporate tax rate causes concern, the lack of an OECD deal might lead to something far worse – a digital tax war

Tax Lorcan Allen 2 days ago

Can the Land Development Agency finally solve Ireland’s housing crisis?

Covid-19: The slow march to reopening and how the world is faring

Unionism in crisis with ructions over protocol and a divided DUP

Reopening: ‘The only event without risk is the event that doesn’t happen. People in the events industry understand risk’

Tony O’Brien: Draft contract adds to bad blood between Department of Health and consultants

The newly published proposed Sláintecare consultant contract has led to yet another major row between the department and the very people on whom it relies for high-quality treatment outcomes

Health Tony O'Brien 2 days ago

Ian Guider: G7 edict is a chance for Ireland to change course and develop some global champions of our own

Companies Ian Guider 2 days ago

The DUP’s improbable duo may not last too long

Lucinda Creighton: US pressure won’t make Johnson change tack on the NI protocol

EU Lucinda Creighton 2 days ago

Matt Cooper: Plastic pollsters pulling a stroke undermines trust and politics

Amazon gets conditional go-ahead for second Drogheda data centre

The hyper-scale data centre is the second of three planned for Drogheda and comes at a time when Eirgrid and the energy regulator are warning of ‘rolling blackouts’ due to the power demands of data centres

Energy Lorcan Allen 2 days ago

Stripe chief defends Europe’s place in global tech industry

Tech Aaron Rogan 2 days ago

Bowsy hits €300k crowdfunding target

Tech Emmet Ryan 2 days ago

Vincent Boland: The chips are down and the whole world is facing trouble

More data centres mean Ireland cannot meet 51% climate target

Sinéad O’Connor: a woman of substance

The singer’s new autobiography is a reminder of what a vital voice she has been during her three and a half decades in the public eye

Music Nadine O’Regan 3 days ago

Remote control: adjusting to work in a changed society

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Elinor Cleghorn: ‘Every single woman I know, when I said I was writing this book, had their own story’

Books Niamh Donnelly 2 days ago

Syria in their hearts: Syrians reflect on the meaning of home

Victorian verve enlivens a handsome bolthole in rural Tipperary

Curraghtemple, situated four kilometres from Nenagh, is now on the market with a guide price of €795,000

House of the Week: A pristine Sandycove villa that will enthral the entire family

Two-bed terraced home in Churchtown for €550,000

A country ‘cottage’ like no other in Kilkenny

Interior design: Contemplative chaos holds key to country house style

Design Lily Peterken 2 days ago

The Big Interview: Jason Ward, vice-president and managing director of Dell Technologies Ireland

For Jason Ward, managing director of Dell Ireland, the key thing is to make the brand recognised as the essential technology company for the data era

The Profile: Paul Mescal, actor

Profile Rosanna Cooney 2 days ago

Marketing institute links up with Berkeley for ’unique’ leadership skills programme

Media Eva Short 2 days ago

Making it Work: CameraMatics ready to accelerate with funding round target of €15m

Dingle student’s story of dancer’s pandemic experience wins journalism prize

Media Eva Short 2 days ago