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10 to watch in 2015

10 to watch in 2015

Disrupting markets, raising millions, expanding into new territories or winning new business – it’s going to be a busy year for our roll call of ‘ones to watch’ in 2015, write Philip Connolly and Róisín Burke

Sweetheart deal or state subsidy?

Sweetheart deal or state subsidy?

The battle over Beps is far from over. Now it is time for the policy-makers to join the fray, writes Philip Connolly

Irish stocks to watch in 2015

Irish stocks to watch in 2015

Ireland’s Iseq share index has just finished a great year, but which Irish-listed companies will attract interest in 2015?

Ireland’s  recovery Rhetoric or reality?

Ireland’s recovery Rhetoric or reality?

Jack Horgan-Jones: It is exactly one year since Ireland exited the bailout. Now, Irish growth rates are rising and the price of borrowing is falling. But is the recovery real?

The  end  of offshore secrecy?

The end of offshore secrecy?

Thousands of Irish companies prefer to remain unlimited, meaning they don’t have to file accounts. But, to protect their owners, many have set up limited parent companies abroad. New EU directives due to be implemented next year may change all that

Jane Ruffino: Some of the really exciting work to bring accessible technology to the next frontier is being done by small firms in Ireland

Jane Ruffino: Some of the really exciting work to bring accessible technology to the next frontier is being done by small firms in Ireland

Question mark hangs over the IFSC brand

Question mark hangs over the IFSC brand

Jack Horgan-Jones: Reputational damage suffered during the crisis has taken its toll on the IFSC. Many leading members are now questioning whether the centre is still fit for purpose.

A licence to print money?

A licence to print money?

The man who invented the term QE says it won’t work for Europe – at least, not the way the ECB wants to do it

No room at the Inns: Investors checking in

No room at the Inns: Investors checking in

Welcome to the future

Welcome to the future

Whatever its environmental cost, fracking has changed the world oil market

Government should cash in on Aer Lingus

Government should cash in on Aer Lingus

Ex Post Facto with Róisín Burke

Ex Post Facto with Róisín Burke

The future of the Irish Stock Exchange

The future of the Irish Stock Exchange

For the Irish Stock Exchange, keeping abreast of change is critical, writes Barry J Whyte