The twenty business stories to watch in 2020
The first year of this decade has the potential to be a hugely turbulent one. Here are 20 issues that are likely to shape it
A pre-Christmas general election victory has brought Boris Johnson back to 10 Downing Street with the biggest Conservative mandate since Margaret Thatcher was in power in the 1980s. With his rivals vanquished, he can get the initial phase of Brexit done by the revised January 31 deadline.
The harder work comes afterwards with just a year to negotiate and pass the future relationship between Britain and the EU through every other member state....
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James O’Connor: Ireland could turn a higher rate of corporate tax into a win-win
The global tax regime is changing and we face losing out significantly if we do not consider a new approach to our competitiveness
Michael Brennan: Acid test of Greens’ peace deal will be what happens in Dublin Bay South
Hazel Chu insists there is ‘no squabble’ with Eamon Ryan, the Green Party leader, but time and the next general election will tell
Analysis: Will new EU law cause a chilling effect on future FDI into Ireland?
Three aspects of a new EU law that provides for screening of inward foreign direct investment are of particular consequence for Ireland
Willie O’Reilly: Trump gets personal with a special message
The former US president, holed up at Mar-a-Lago, has found a way to promote his brand and make a little extra cash as he contemplates his next move