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Tatler revamp spreads net wide

Tatler revamp spreads net wide

Killian Woods on business

Killian Woods on business

IDA Ireland's Shane Nolan conceded that not many corporate bankers seem keen on a move to the Irish capital – and he has an interesting theory why

Upping the Ante: Revamped Curragh is world-class, now it just needs the crowds

Upping the Ante: Revamped Curragh is world-class, now it just needs the crowds

The new facilities at the Curragh are impressive, but the racetrack will need to attract respectable attendances if it is to avoid becoming a white elephant

AIB riding the winds of change

AIB riding the winds of change

The bank’s shares have been under-performing, but under its new chief executive things may be looking up

Keeping your portfolio afloat

Keeping your portfolio afloat

While investing in whiskey is best left to the experts, when it comes to private equity investment, it is important to keep issues of liquidity in mind

Financial matters: Jill Kerby

Financial matters: Jill Kerby

The Nursing Homes Support Scheme is already over budget for this year. One solution would be to make home-owners contribute more of their assets towards their long-term care, but politicians will never go for that

Bad timing for EU as Trump comes calling

Bad timing for EU as Trump comes calling

The US-China trade deal is an ominous development for the eurozone and for Irish exporters

The rise and fall of a media empire

The rise and fall of a media empire

For more than a century, Ireland’s largest newspaper group, Independent News and Media, has been a key player in many of the industry’s defining moments. Now it looks set to make history once again, as it considers a possible sale

Is the Green Reit sale a red flag for the market?

Is the Green Reit sale a red flag for the market?

The biggest property investment company has called it a day. Do its bosses know something we don’t?

Pharma tycoon Ge Li faces US class action case

Pharma tycoon Ge Li faces US class action case

Chairman of Genomics Medicine Ireland’s parent firm is defendant in share trading violation case

Mainstay Medical bids to raise €9m for key drug approval

Mainstay Medical bids to raise €9m for key drug approval

Irish Continental Group’s boss sees pay drop by a quarter

Irish Continental Group’s boss sees pay drop by a quarter

Torrid year for Irish Ferries as new flagship WB Yeats delayed

Allianz takes Dublin firm to High Court over fake insurance cover

Allianz takes Dublin firm to High Court over fake insurance cover

The German insurance giant issued a warning last month stating that Tessline Limited, which is based in Santry, is falsely claiming its products are covered by the insurer

Deloitte earned more than €1m in FAI audit fees since 1997

Deloitte earned more than €1m in FAI audit fees since 1997

Deloitte has earned more than €1 million in fees at the organisation overseeing Ireland’s most-played sport, where it has been the independent auditor since 1997, an analysis of the association’s filed accounts shows

Movie finance boss: Major productions in Ireland will double

Movie finance boss: Major productions in Ireland will double

Major rise in activity driven by hunger for content from streamers such as Apple, Disney and Netflix as government moves on budget funding promises