Andrew Fanning

Andrew Fanning

Late payments affect income tax take

Late payments affect income tax take

Total tax receipts came to just over €8.1 billion, up 3.7 per cent from a year earlier but 0.6 per cent, or €50m, below targets set by the Department of Finance

Key European Parliament committee backs Lane for ECB post

Key European Parliament committee backs Lane for ECB post

The Central Bank Governor told MEPs the ECB’s current policy was sufficient to respond to a limited adjustment in the economic outlook

Space race: Dublin office market's record 2018

Space race: Dublin office market's record 2018

The city's office blocks are getting bigger to meet demand from multinational companies, with the average size rising to 7,000 square metres from 2,900 a decade ago

Lane closer to seat at ECB top table

Lane closer to seat at ECB top table

If approved, the former Trinity College professor would replace the bank’s current chief economist Peter Praet, who is stepping down at the end of May

'Steady' Christmas for retailers but footfall a worry

'Steady' Christmas for retailers but footfall a worry

Retail Ireland said that while it would take time to wrestle back the significant amounts of money being spent outside the country, Irish retailers were responding by boosting their online presence

Schemes lead 25 per cent rise in house completions

Schemes lead 25 per cent rise in house completions

The 18,000 figure for new homes completed in 2018 is still well below the 35,000 a year economists believe is needed to meet demand

Climate change will cost households, warns Central Bank chief

Climate change will cost households, warns Central Bank chief

Central Bank Governor Philip Lane has warned that delaying action to tackle climate change could pose a threat to the Irish economy and the stability of the financial system

January service sector growth weakest since 2013

January service sector growth weakest since 2013

While the pace of expansion is still strong, the figures signal a slower start to the year for the Irish economy

May wants new Brexit talks after MPs' backstop vote

May wants new Brexit talks after MPs' backstop vote

MPs backed an amendment to the withdrawal plan from Conservative backbench MP Sir Graham Brady, which called for 'alternative arrangements' to the backstop

Data watchdog flags concerns over Facebook integration plan

Data watchdog flags concerns over Facebook integration plan

The Data Protection Commission said it would be scrutinising Facebook's plans to integrate its WhatsApp and Instagram platforms very closely, citing data protection concerns

Central Bank's starkest warning yet on no-deal Brexit

Central Bank's starkest warning yet on no-deal Brexit

A disorderly Brexit would lead to 'a substantial and permanent loss of output' in the Irish economy, according to bank's latest bulletin

Dublin's Element celebrates Oscar nominations

Dublin's Element celebrates Oscar nominations

The Favourite, produced by Dublin-based Element Pictures, received 10 nominations, including Best Picture

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