The Davy EIIS Fund has emerged as Nephin Whiskey’s latest backer after the distillery secured a €2.5 million investment that will allow it to complete work on its Mayo facility
Tax revenues from business have more than doubled to €10 billion over the past five years, with changes in international tax rules resulting in a spike in corporation tax
Take-up of the government’s major Brexit loan schemes remains low two years after the first was launched in 2017
The first firm in Europe to get approval to export minced beef patties to the US is initially targeting the Irish diaspora through its Celtic Beef Company
Three major probes are taking place into the industry, while a Judicial Council will come into being next year that will establish personal injury claim guidelines for all
Department asked operators if they planned to install ‘new and substantive’ networks
Peter O'Dwyer, the business correspondent with the Sunday Business Post, is joined by Hammad Akht...
The head of InfraStrata, the British-based company that is to buy the troubled Belfast shipyard in a £6 million deal, is confident he can reverse its fortunes
Aer Lingus passengers travelling to the United States will no longer be asked to present their bo...
A wireless broadband operator has told the government it can now service almost 45 per cent of the 540,000 premises included in the state’s National Broadband Plan
The state’s consumer watchdog is considering launching a full investigation into ‘personalised pricing’ amid growing controversy over the country’s insurance crisis
DAA claims the aviation regulator’s plan to reduce the levy from €9.30 to €7.50 will result in the southern hub racking up multimillion losses
The government has a €2.8 billion funding package for this year’s budget. Some €2.1 billion has already been allocated, meaning there is just €700 million leftover for budget-day announcements
Dalton Philips warns a lower fee will jeopardise an €18bn investment programme at Dublin Airport and leave it in the bargain basement