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FG to oppose solo school run on quota

FG to oppose solo school run on quota

Debt deal angst at Taoiseach’s department

Debt deal angst at Taoiseach’s department

The great repossession conundrum

The great repossession conundrum

The government is keen to avoid scenes of families being evicted from their homes

Bruton: no pay hikes without productivity impro

Bruton: no pay hikes without productivity impro

90 people a day receive cancer news

90 people a day receive cancer news

Giving a bank a stake in a home is better than eviction

Giving a bank a stake in a home is better than eviction

What Roosevelt did won’t work here, but giving a bank a stake in a home in return for a write-down is better than evictions

The government has some scope for a giveaway budget. But not as much
            as many people think

The government has some scope for a giveaway budget. But not as much as many people think

Borrowers in a world of confusion over arrears

Borrowers in a world of confusion over arrears

Opinions are split on how best to solve the mortgage arrears crisis, but everyone agrees on one thing: borrowers are having to contend with a near-total information vacuum.

Coalition will pursue Water Charge arrears

Coalition will pursue Water Charge arrears

The coalition believes the campaign against water charges now contains nobody who will ever vote for them. So they will vigorously pursue arrears.

Draft report cites  lack of housing as major risk to economy

Draft report cites lack of housing as major risk to economy

The government is becoming increasingly concerned about low levels of housing supply and the risks of price bubbles, according to a draft assessment of major risks to the economy seen by The Sunday Business Post.

Down and down the euro goes; where it stops, nobody knows

Down and down the euro goes; where it stops, nobody knows

The euro is heading for parity with the dollar by the end of the year, and the fall against sterling has gathered momentum. What does all this mean for us?

M&A briefing

M&A briefing

There has been a spike in M&A activity over the past year. But which sectors are getting the most attention? Here, five international M&A experts identify a ‘hot’ industry and sector for deals

Martin’s biotech fund to inject €39m into US drug company

Martin’s biotech fund to inject €39m into US drug company

Malin, the Irish biotech investment fund backed by former Elan boss Kelly Martin, will pump €39 million into an American drug company.

€2m in tax exemptions for donations of heritage items over last four years

€2m in tax exemptions for donations of heritage items over last four years

Public Accounts Committee wants to grill HSBC

Public Accounts Committee wants to grill HSBC