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Capital Group in massive Cairn Homes share sell-off

Capital Group in massive Cairn Homes share sell-off

AIB wants tax breaks for small landlords to kickstart new builds

AIB wants tax breaks for small landlords to kickstart new builds

A Starry night in store on Leeside

A Starry night in store on Leeside

While the men’s basketball cup semis promise ample drama this weekend, the women’s really could take that up a notch

British retailers' Super Thursday relief may be shortlived

British retailers' Super Thursday relief may be shortlived

The uncertainty over Britain's exit from the EU means consumers are likely to remain cautious, and more snow could make for a very bleak spring

Irish media competitors must see bigger picture

Irish media competitors must see bigger picture

Resigning ourselves to the idea that journalism will eventually die and there is nothing we can do about it is, frankly, embarrassingly lazy

Róisín Burke on Business

Róisín Burke on Business

Many developer squabbles are brewing as 2019 begins. Here are some of the biggest

Upping the Ante : The perils of too much Christmas spirit at the racecourse

Upping the Ante : The perils of too much Christmas spirit at the racecourse

It may be having a few tipples too many, or panicking from missing out on a couple of days’ action, but punters tend to bet a little less wisely over the festive season

The Tax Take: A money-back guarantee?

The Tax Take: A money-back guarantee?

Using the tax system to change people’s behaviour doesn’t always have the desired effect

The bursting of a big ten-year bubble

The bursting of a big ten-year bubble

Ignore the warning signs that the global economy is slowing at your peril – as shown by a painful December for the stock markets

Lesson one: learn from your mistakes

Lesson one: learn from your mistakes

It takes time to become a master of the markets, but these ten resolutions can help you get there quicker

Will the $74bn Celgene deal be  done before the market slows?

Will the $74bn Celgene deal be done before the market slows?

Deal would be largest pharmaceutical merger on record

Honesty is the best policy

Honesty is the best policy

If you want to realise your financial goals, then it’s best to front up about what you routinely spend your money on

Lessons on the board

Lessons on the board

Corporate governance is vital to the modern business. In our annual review, we examine the key issues

Reasons to be cheerful

Reasons to be cheerful

The year ahead holds many unknowns for the sector, but bosses are largely positive about 2019, writes Colette Sexton

Raising some hackles is  the price of being a hack

Raising some hackles is the price of being a hack

It’s no harm for a newbie columnist like me to have an occasional reminder of how easy it is to upset somebody