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Government drops Action Plan for Jobs

Government drops Action Plan for Jobs

The policy was introduced in 2012 with the aim of putting pressure on government departments to implement new policies to get 100,000 people back in jobs

RTÉ staff still waiting to be informed of employment status

RTÉ staff still waiting to be informed of employment status

A review by Eversheds Sutherland found in June that up to one in four of the 433 contractors at RTÉ may have been misclassified as self-employed

Draghi: Irish banking market a 'quasi-monopoly'

Draghi: Irish banking market a 'quasi-monopoly'

ECB chief faces questions on bank's actions during financial crisis in first appearance before Oireachtas committee

Secret ballot puts an end to Donnery’s ECB hopes

Secret ballot puts an end to Donnery’s ECB hopes

In a secret ballot of European Central Bank policy makers yesterday Ireland’s Sharon Donnery lost out to Italy’s Andrea Enria in the race to become the euro region’s next bank-supervision chief

Nama judgement against cinema magnate Anderson upheld

Nama judgement against cinema magnate Anderson upheld

Nama went to court seeking summary judgement against Tom Anderson in his capacity as guarantor of Anglo Irish Bank loans to a grouping called the Aikens Partnership for a property venture

Some migrant findings 'concerning', says ESRI

Some migrant findings 'concerning', says ESRI

A report on how well migrants are settling into Ireland finds, however, that many non-Irish nationals are matching Irish people in several key social and economic measures

Post Podcast: Susan Mitchell on reaction to the Tony O'Brien interview

Post Podcast: Susan Mitchell on reaction to the Tony O'Brien interview

Jack Horgan-Jones is also joined by Hugh O'Connell, Colette Sexton and Ian Guider to look at the US elections, the digital tax debate and Brian Hayes's surprise decision to leave politics

Profile Jair Bolsonaro: The boor from Brazil

Profile Jair Bolsonaro: The boor from Brazil

Big trouble for luxury brands in China

Big trouble for luxury brands in China

Top brands have reined in their growth expectations as cash-rich Chinese customers curb their shopping sprees

A bloody end for a brutal Boston boss

A bloody end for a brutal Boston boss

James ‘Whitey’ Bulger’s appalling demise in a West Virginia prison last week brought the curtain down on one of the lengthiest, most vicious criminal careers in American mob lore

McKillen fails in attempt to sue IBRC liquidators in the States

McKillen fails in attempt to sue IBRC liquidators in the States

A singular spirit who had the vision thing

A singular spirit who had the vision thing

The genius of the late John Reynolds lay in his ability to tap the potential of the unlikeliest venues in Ireland and then cajole their custodians into realising his dreams, writes his longtime friend David Bell

Building is in the blood

Building is in the blood

Cannon sisters looking to fresh projects in the greater Dublin region after making success of a family venture in a German market dominated by institutional investors and pension funds

Aryzta to pay €50m fees as part of emergency cash call

Aryzta to pay €50m fees as part of emergency cash call

Tetrarch’s delayed flotation is latest ‘Red October’ casualty

Tetrarch’s delayed flotation is latest ‘Red October’ casualty