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Ireland  Inc wades into  rough seas

Ireland Inc wades into rough seas

The huge changes under way in the world of corporate tax put Ireland in a precarious position

McGeever: master of the confidence trick

McGeever: master of the confidence trick

A rogue property tycoon created the illusion of wealth to dupe investors into parting with millions

Pat Rabbitte; FF’s obfuscation is running out of road

Pat Rabbitte; FF’s obfuscation is running out of road

If a government is not elected on Wednesday it’s Election 2016 mark II

Colin Murphy: Promises are made, but children are still left in harm’s way

Colin Murphy: Promises are made, but children are still left in harm’s way

Seven years on from Ryan Report, vulnerable children are still being failed by state

Kerry Group’s annual report and accounts set a world-class standard

Kerry Group’s annual report and accounts set a world-class standard

Others would do well to emulate it, writes Michael Murray

"Political bigotry and the ‘narcissism of small differences’ are keeping Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael apart"

"Political bigotry and the ‘narcissism of small differences’ are keeping Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael apart"

Pity the poor independent TDs who have devoted 100 hours to talks with parties whose leaders could not spare each other a half hour

A ‘third way’ could break our Dáil logjam

A ‘third way’ could break our Dáil logjam

Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil could take turns at two half-terms in office

Paddy Power-Betfair marriage looks compelling

Paddy Power-Betfair marriage looks compelling

Much to my regret I am not a shareholder in the company

Profile: Sean Quinn: A king without a throne

Profile: Sean Quinn: A king without a throne

The story of Quinn is Shakespearean

Panama confidential – and EU is set to follow suit

Panama confidential – and EU is set to follow suit

An EU directive on a register of beneficial owners is about to become law, but it too will be confidential

Up a creek, with their own paddle

Up a creek, with their own paddle

Fianna Fáil is looking a historic gift horse in the mouth and ruining its own best chances

As wages rise, so will the industrial temperature

As wages rise, so will the industrial temperature

Economies have cycles, but the wages hike that is about to occur won’t happen automatically

Privacy rights loophole poses headache for competition watchdog

Privacy rights loophole poses headache for competition watchdog

The court has left it up to the parties to resolve the dispute

Fianna Fáil shaken by Kenny’s grand gesture

Fianna Fáil shaken by Kenny’s grand gesture

Fianna Fáil must decide whether to make the jump into government

Letter From America: Trump, Cruz and the Republican Party’s origin of species

Letter From America: Trump, Cruz and the Republican Party’s origin of species

The Republican Party’s chickens are finally coming home to roost