Taxpayer shells out €10 million to prop up Rehab lottery, bookmakers stung for €2.5 million in betting coup and Manchester United slips down money league.
Gilmore hopes banking inquiry will be set up quickly, chief executives more confident on global economy in 2014 and Mincon founders to give €1.2 million to staff.
Shatter criticises Rehab citing low profits from lottery, price war on gas and electricity to save families €300 and Subway to create 1,800 jobs over six years.
Noonan says Moody's Irish rating decision "not vital", new $100 million China-Ireland technology fund and construction industry expects to create 10,000 jobs this year.
HSE takes legal advice on payments to former head of CRC, mortgage losses at banks may be less than feared and sunseekers warned of holiday shortage after Thomas Cook pullout.
One51 sells its stake in Augean for over €10 million, C&C sees double-digit operating profit growth and trade surplus falls to five-year low.
HSE anxiety on pension of former CRC chief, Irish Water executives defend performance bonuses and steeper water bills for families with children and teens.
Honohan says bailout did "what it said on the tin", Coveney says Irish Water should be given chance to explain and passengers at Knock airport to top 700,000 this year.
Biggest firms in state among those paid €50 million by Irish Water, debt law revamped after just three months and RSA considers legal action against Deloitte.
Report finds "inappropriate collaboration" in RSA's Irish unit, Grafton revenues rose eight per cent last year and tourism jobs, earnings and visitors up in 2013.
Grant cuts to make it harder for elderly to live at home, Bank of Ireland shares hit three-year high and Noonan named Europe's top finance minister.
Pylons crucial to job creation, Bruton says, claims of phone hacking as culture chief resigns and Europe set to soften bank split reforms.
IDA Ireland creates 7,071 net new jobs, Barry O'Leary to step down as chief executive and Ryanair to cut airport baggage fees.
Tides and floods cause chaos across country, power to censure under-performing teachers included in new laws and manufacturing ends year on "solid high".
Dublin property prices to rise further in 2014, CRH confirms Manifold as new CEO and small firms "cautiously optimistic" about the future.