Andrew Fanning

Andrew Fanning

Nama NI sale probably cost State €220m, says C&AG

Nama NI sale probably cost State €220m, says C&AG

Nama 'categorically rejects' key findings as Government backs probe

Dublin software firm bought by Israel's Amdocs

Dublin software firm bought by Israel's Amdocs

Deal values award-winning firm at around €77m

5 reasons why you should care about GDP figures

5 reasons why you should care about GDP figures

Revised figures have hit reputation and will cost an extra €280m

CSO seeks better measure of economic performance

CSO seeks better measure of economic performance

Central Bank chief to head expert group to look at growth statistics

Surge in building activity biggest in a decade

Surge in building activity biggest in a decade

Volume of home-building up 10.5 per cent in Q2, says CSO

EU pulls back from roaming rules limits plan

EU pulls back from roaming rules limits plan

Commission working on new plan on Juncker's orders

Deutsche Bank to add 165 jobs in Dublin

Deutsche Bank to add 165 jobs in Dublin

German bank is opening new data lab called The Hive

GAN signs deal with New York casino operator

GAN signs deal with New York casino operator

Agreement is fourth with US Native American casino groups

What it says in the papers

What it says in the papers

New EU tax plan; prescription charges to fall; new OCI official named in Rio probe

Wetherspoon chairman attacks Brexit 'Scare Story 2'

Wetherspoon chairman attacks Brexit 'Scare Story 2'

Tim Martin says gloomy forecasts have proven to be false

Budget will be 'Brexit-proofed', says Kenny

Budget will be 'Brexit-proofed', says Kenny

Taoiseach says Government will avoid 'reckless risks'

Number of home owners in arrears down 16 per cent

Number of home owners in arrears down 16 per cent

Buy-to-let arrears also down 19 per cent, according to Department of Finance

John Halligan staying in government - for now

John Halligan staying in government - for now

Junior minister angry at FG ministers over Waterford Hospital

Inflation figure turns negative again

Inflation figure turns negative again

CSO figures show transport and insurance prices fell in August

KPMG to add 500 jobs in Ireland

KPMG to add 500 jobs in Ireland

300 roles to be filled by graduates as demand increases