As banks, traders and billions flee ahead of Brexit, it looks as if the world’s greatest financial centre is in grave danger of becoming a relative backwater
The IDA and Enterprise Ireland have for far too long approached industrial policy with a ‘we know best’ attitude. That must change if our regions are to thrive
The paltry subsidy of €80 hardly puts a dent in childcare costs that average €1,100 a month in Dublin. Tax relief is the best way to offer choice and options to all
The new British PM must understand how devastating a no-deal Brexit would be for all sectors of Northern Ireland’s economy
Lowry’s Open win provided the perfect cover to release the report on the Fine Gael TD’s actions. But ten significant questions remain unanswered as sky-high insurance premiums have forced another festival to cancel
We need to come up with better ways to generate revenue and this means bold new thinking by politicians
Under-pressure GPs have become soft targets for venture capitalists who offer to take the ownership burden off their shoulders in the interest of profit
Political betting markets now put the chance of a no-deal Brexit at roughly one-third. But, regardless of the reckless promises to Conservative Europhobes that made Boris Johnson prime minister, an orderly, negotiated Brexit will be the favored option for a political libertine whose only consistent principle has been inconsistency.
The 75th anniversary of the Bretton Woods agreement and the departure of Christine Lagarde from the helm of the International Monetary Fund represent a golden opportunity to put the institution on a path toward a more effective and inclusive future. What should her successor's priorities be?
Regardless of whether it succeeds in bending Iran to its will, the Trump administration has strengthened other countries’ incentives to bypass the US financial system altogether