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The waiting game

The waiting game

What’s behind the sudden, unexplained drop in numbers on the hospital waiting lists? The opposition parties think they know the answer

Roche group refinances debts of Vista Health campus

Roche group refinances debts of Vista Health campus

The Roche Group has completed the refinancing of the debts of the €25 million Vista Primary Care Campus in Co Kildare.

A Grexit avoided – for now

A Grexit avoided – for now

Greece’s third bailout seems doomed to failure

Malin’s investment could lead on cancer treatment

Malin’s investment could lead on cancer treatment

Irish biotech fund Malin says its latest investment, the British drug company Immunocore, will have a potentially ground-breaking cancer treatment on the market within the next three years.

Greece must remake itself root and branch

Greece must remake itself root and branch

The Greek crisis is forcing us to look again at our ideas of national sovereignty that emerged after the Thirty Years War, 400 years ago

Government appoints new BoI director

Government appoints new BoI director

The government plans to appoint a new public interest director to Bank of Ireland’s board to oversee taxpayers’ near 14 per cent stake.

BoI buyouts to mop up pension liabilities

BoI buyouts to mop up pension liabilities

Firm pays €1m over faulty hip ops

Firm pays €1m over faulty hip ops

Medical device supplier DePuy International pays more than €1 million to a dozen Irish patients who claimed they were harmed by an artificial hip replacement product

Reilly’s €40m plan for Charlemont Street social housing

Reilly’s €40m plan for Charlemont Street social housing

Sean Reilly, one of Ireland’s most experienced property developers, is planning to invest €40 million in the regeneration of Charlemont Street flats

Property tax to be frozen as budget giveaways begin

Property tax to be frozen as budget giveaways begin

Fine Gael and Labour tensions over tax cutting plans

News in brief

News in brief

Flowtech Fluidpower buys Nelson Hydraulics for £5.8m

Flowtech Fluidpower buys Nelson Hydraulics for £5.8m

Greece is still holding its breath

Greece is still holding its breath

In the wake of the No vote, Alexis Tsipras is in a strong position domestically – but multiple threats to his government remain

How quickly the Germans forget

How quickly the Germans forget

After World War II, the US and Britain initially wanted to make western Germany into a giant meadow, stripped of its industries. But, luckily for three year-old Wolfgang Schäuble, his generation got a shot at redemption through debt forgiveness

Central Bank admits to weaknesses in checks on trackers

Central Bank admits to weaknesses in checks on trackers