Andrew Fanning

Andrew Fanning

May faces no-confidence vote after crushing defeat

May faces no-confidence vote after crushing defeat

British Prime Minister's withdrawal agreement defeated by more than 200 votes in House of Commons

Shock Datalex warning sends shares tumbling

Shock Datalex warning sends shares tumbling

Datalex said it now expected to report a loss for 2018, having signalled in a November trading update that it was confident of recording double-digit percentage growth in earnings for the year.

May makes one last push before Brexit vote

May makes one last push before Brexit vote

In a statement to parliament, the British prime minister appealed to MPs to take a 'second look' at her withdrawal deal, asking them to consider how history would judge them if they failed to deliver Brexit

HSA records lowest level of work-related deaths

HSA records lowest level of work-related deaths

But number of farm deaths 'still far too many', says authority chief Sharon McGuinness

Corporation tax surge puts public finances in surplus

Corporation tax surge puts public finances in surplus

The state took in more than it spent last year for the first time since 2006, excluding the 2017 figure which was distorted by the sale of a stake in AIB

Can new car market reverse downward trend in 2019?

Can new car market reverse downward trend in 2019?

New car registrations fell by 4.4 per cent last year, the second consecutive annual fall, as sales of imported second-hand cars continued to climb to record levels

Hard Brexit would slash 2019 growth outlook - ESRI

Hard Brexit would slash 2019 growth outlook - ESRI

The ESRI adds that this forecast does not take into account potentially significant short-term shocks to the economy from consumer uncertainty, disruption in financial markets or lack of access to international supply chains

Property price growth slows as capital's market cools

Property price growth slows as capital's market cools

Prices of apartments across the country fell by 0.6 per cent during October, the first monthly fall for almost two years, according to CSO figures

Lower income households lost out more in Budget 2019, ESRI finds

Lower income households lost out more in Budget 2019, ESRI finds

The ESRI says the decision to leave both personal and employee tax credits unchanged amounts to an effective tax increase for many workers, as it warns on corporation and carbon taxes

Donohoe to tackle corporation tax surge concerns

Donohoe to tackle corporation tax surge concerns

For the first 11 months of the year, corporation tax receipts were almost €9.5 billion, 20 per cent or more than €1.5 billion above target

FBD Hotels & Resorts buys The Heritage

FBD Hotels & Resorts buys The Heritage

The hotel had been put on the market earlier this year by CBRE’s hotel division on behalf of its US-based owners, investors Adrian Carmack and Robert Wright

Woodbrook Group prepares for Nasdaq listing

Woodbrook Group prepares for Nasdaq listing

The Cyprus-based financial advisory firm headed by Waterford native Michael Doherty has bought a US company in a move which paves the way for a listing on New York’s Nasdaq market

Government repeating past mistakes on spending, says watchdog

Government repeating past mistakes on spending, says watchdog

The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council's budget assessment warns of a 'worrying pattern' in the management of the public finances in recent years

Can economy deliver increase in housing supply?

Can economy deliver increase in housing supply?

A large number of the workers required to build the extra homes will have to come from abroad, the ESRI warns in a new report

CRH shrugs off US weather disruption

CRH shrugs off US weather disruption

The building materials group now expects full-year earnings to come in at €3.35 billion, up from €3.15 billion last year and in line with what analysts had been expecting