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The Tax Take with Brian Keegan: Getting the balance wrong on both sides of the pond

The Tax Take with Brian Keegan: Getting the balance wrong on both sides of the pond

The tax incentive regime is going too far in the States, while the EU has been over-zealous in regulating competition

Levi’s is moving on up

Levi’s is moving on up

The maker of the world’s most iconic jeans wants to jump into other parts of your wardrobe, writes Caroline David

Eastern promise

Eastern promise

Irish investors tend to be homebirds, but indirect exposure to overseas markets can be highly profitable

The American government is open for business

The American government is open for business

Irish companies can land lucrative US federal contracts despite the ‘America First’ policy, writes Kevin F Kelly

Tomorrow’s brightest entrepreneurs, today

Tomorrow’s brightest entrepreneurs, today

On April 5 and 6, a group of 24 entrepreneurs will have unrivalled access to 24 of Ireland’s most successful business leaders at this year’s Entrepreneur Experience. The annual event is supported by The Sunday Business Post. Here, we profile the first group of entrepreneurs taking part, with the second group to feature next week

Colette Sexton on Business

Colette Sexton on Business

Profile John Lyttle : A nice Lyttle earner

Profile John Lyttle : A nice Lyttle earner

Upping the Ante: A grisly week at Cheltenham in more ways than one

Upping the Ante: A grisly week at Cheltenham in more ways than one

Festival nightmare was a reminder that when things go bad, they can and will go further downhill – culminating in the sad death of Sir Erec

Jill Kerby Financial Matters: Innovation is what the mortgage market needs

Jill Kerby Financial Matters: Innovation is what the mortgage market needs

A new range of residential mortgage products could be just the thing to give consumers – and that includes retirees – more choice in the sector

‘Don’t wait for a company to create your destiny for you. Drive your own priorities’

‘Don’t wait for a company to create your destiny for you. Drive your own priorities’

Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they have learned along the way. This week, we meet Rita Lalor of Crowley Carbon

Joining the Revolution with AIB’s new training course

Joining the Revolution with AIB’s new training course

Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers

Whistleblowers’ motivations are relevant in disclosure of trade secrets

Whistleblowers’ motivations are relevant in disclosure of trade secrets

The high standard of a new law on trade secrets is likely to make whistleblowing impossible

Dublin nanotech firm moves into plasma process   Monitoring equipment helps firms save on scrappage

Dublin nanotech firm moves into plasma process Monitoring equipment helps firms save on scrappage

Leinster Rugby nutritionist tweaking online model to cater for specific needs

Leinster Rugby nutritionist tweaking online model to cater for specific needs