Yellen: historic global tax consensus ‘likely to prove durable’

Accountancy and legal firms warned Donohoe about corporate tax reform

‘Offsetting measures’ needed to make up shortfall from shift away from 12.5% corporate tax rate

The last stand: how Ireland finally conceded its long-cherished 12.5 per cent tax rate

Editorial: Corporate tax move is significant, but other issues will affect our competitiveness

IDA chief warns that Ireland must do a ‘huge amount’ to remain attractive after tax deal

Ireland joins global 15% minimum corporate tax deal, but many firms will be exempt

Government to receive latest draft on OECD global tax reforms this morning

Ireland to sign up to new global corporate tax system and abandon 12.5% rate

More talks needed before Ireland can sign up to OECD corporate tax deal, Donohoe says

The corporate tax crunch: Ireland may be forced to take the leap

Government prepares to concede on corporate tax rate of 15 per cent

‘Corporate tax rate will stay at 12.5% for almost all Irish businesses,’ Varadkar says

PwC: corporate tax overhaul must be the ‘end of the line’

Tom Maguire: Why we’re likely to see the tax base broaden in the future

Tom Maguire: Buckle up for a busy tax period

John Walsh: Tax threat and failures on the domestic front have the makings of a perfect storm for the Irish economy

Donohoe fears that 15% global corporate tax could rise further

Global corporate tax rate could be set at ‘a bit’ more than 15 per cent, OECD tax chief says