Reilly proposes mandatory basic health cover, half a million people have yet to pay household charge and Kenny orders internal review at Justice Department.
Kennedy Wilson seeks to raise £750 million in flotation, Kenmare restructures Moma mine financing and startups rise to highest level in six years in January.
Quinn says two-term coalition possible, more storm funds needed and parents will be target for tax breaks.
KBC Bank Ireland reports €864 million loss, AIB launches €350 million new homes development fund and Jameson sales rise worldwide but hit by excise duty in Ireland.
Storm causes havoc around the country, court is told regulator left Anglo bosses "speechless" and income tax cut a priority in budget.
State reaps €55 million-plus windfall from health insurance, Kenny to seek Shatter briefing on bugging and college fees back on the table in funds row.
Danske considers sale of 600 buy-to-let properties, Eircom seeks debt repayment extension and new car sales surge by 49% in January.
Quinn was "eternally optimistic" about Anglo share price, Danske Bank locks 10,000 customers out of their accounts and Docklands authority lost over €180 million on seven property deals.
Denis O'Brien's Communicorp buys eight UK radio stations, UTV in talks with BAI on new TV station and Ryanair to allow electronic portable devices on all flights.
Trial told Anglo directors knew about "illegal" share-buying scheme, examiner appointed to Elverys and businesses demand funds as flood bill set to top €50 million.
Unemployment rate falls to 12.3%, clean tech firm CMV to create 30 jobs in Offaly and Google settles with EU to end three-year anti-trust probe.
Flood victims promised extra €15 million aid, Anglo trial to hear from 42 gardai and AIB to write off debt for homeowners.
Former Anglo executives plead not guilty, Cork IT firm to create 50 jobs and euro zone inflation drops further below ECB target.
Penalty point cash could have bought 300 squad cars, health cover shock as Laya hikes prices by 20 per cent and jury selection in trial of former Anglo executives.
CPL's profits rise by 17 per cent, NAMA reports nine-month net profit of €273 million and insolvencies down 26 per cent in January.