November unemployment rate falls to 14.6%, Ireland slips in global corruption index and euro zone retail sales fall sharply in October.
Ireland slips in global corruption index ranking, services sector activity growth at a five-year high.
High earners to take a €500 million hit in the budget, November tax revenues fall short of expectations and Custom House Capital failure to cost the state €15 million.
Noonan says EU has made "a lot of ground" toward Greek accord; Irish home prices fall eight per cent in October and Elderfield says ECB must have funds and tools before banking union.
Burlington Hotel sells for €67 million, union warns on Arnotts pension scheme and AIB launches simplified loan scheme for SMEs.
Health budget faces cuts of €900 million in 2013; EU aims to tackle firms over tax avoidance; fewer convicted as white-collar crime rises.
Fidelity Investments and Swrve to create 300 new jobs, Petrel shares surge after it says Irish find has one billion barrel potential and EU seen set to reject Ryanair package on Aer Lingus.
Cabinet pensions worth €36 million at market prices; US storm shuts Wall Street; Ireland's bank debt deal hopes slip away.
Ireland to exit programme next year, Gilmore says; Europcar to open in Navan and Galway, create 50 jobs; Irish retail sales up 1.4% year-on-year.
Government confident of bailout exit next year; strike threat as Aer Lingus pension talks collapse; chief executives believe overseas markets hold the key to economic recovery.
Merkel and Kenny agree that Ireland needs special approach; IBEC downgrades growth outlook; survey shows 42 per cent of Irish adults borrowed to pay bills.
Troika dissatisfied with scale of Croke Park savings; local government faces major reform; Quinns will rise again, supporters told.
Regulator names firms linked to mis-selling; Fine Gael deputies get cold feet over child benefit cut; two-thirds of loan refusals by banks overturned by credit watchdog.
Taoiseach tells EU to stand by Irish bank debt pledge; residential property price register is launched; nearly 400 firms fold in the third quarter.
Burton says Ireland's EU presidency will help jobless youth; accountants warn new tax hikes will stifle economy; recruitment firm looks to fill 1,000 jobs in Canada.