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Asylum applications by Pakistani men increases by 250 per cent

Asylum applications by Pakistani men increases by 250 per cent

New row over Aer Lingus pension fund

New row over Aer Lingus pension fund

Walls Construction wins €80m Central Bank contract

Walls Construction wins €80m Central Bank contract

Briefing: Doctors divided on deal for free GP care to under-sixes

Briefing: Doctors divided on deal for free GP care to under-sixes

Prognosis for scheme doubtful as other more needy patients face a battle to keep their medical cards

New film adaptation of Sebastian Barry’s novel raises €7.3 million from
            shareholder funding round

New film adaptation of Sebastian Barry’s novel raises €7.3 million from shareholder funding round

The PwC files: the material they don’t want you to see

The PwC files: the material they don’t want you to see

The 2008 PwC report into the state of Bank of Ireland found an Achilles heel: a massive exposure to non income-generating land and development loans

The great repossession conundrum

The great repossession conundrum

The government is keen to avoid scenes of families being evicted from their homes

Bono tipped to be adviser at new TPG Capital fund

Bono tipped to be adviser at new TPG Capital fund

Investment giant goes shopping

Investment giant goes shopping

€120m for six ex-Nama retail centres

O’Brien’s Digicel expands into TV and cable with key deals

O’Brien’s Digicel expands into TV and cable with key deals

Bruton: no pay hikes without productivity impro

Bruton: no pay hikes without productivity impro

Ireland plays for high stakes in fintech game

Ireland plays for high stakes in fintech game

Financial technology is proving a sound bet for Frank Murphy, as it has for for Colm Lyon, who sold his Realex company for €115 million last month. But will Irish regulation depress future fintech innovation?

How Doris got his business moving

How Doris got his business moving

He sold the family firm in 2006 for €14 million and two years later bought it back for €74,000. Now Niall Doris expects it to make a €1.3 million profit next year

Sub-contractors still waiting for pay resolution body

Sub-contractors still waiting for pay resolution body

Interview: Colm Tóibín on same sex marriage: ‘The idea that I’m being excluded is hurtful to me’

Interview: Colm Tóibín on same sex marriage: ‘The idea that I’m being excluded is hurtful to me’

For many years hesitant about discussing his sexuality, the three times Booker nominated author would ‘love to have the right’ to ask his partner to marry him in Ireland