Companies - Wednesday 15 October, 2014
Michael Noonan wants more companies to invest their money in Ireland.
Companies - Tuesday 14 October, 2014
But Michael Noonan says Ireland’s low corporate tax rate “never was, never has been” up for discussion.
But bad weather elsewhere put a dent in revenues for SABMiller, the world’s second-biggest brewer.
Professional job seekers are becoming savvier when it comes to potential employers.
Companies - Monday 13 October, 2014
The Irish genetics firm has been sold to a multi-billion dollar US medical-technology company for a secret sum.
And most government subsidies are flowing to the country’s fossil-fuel industries, EU says.
The U2 frontman says Ireland’s tax affairs with companies like Apple have brought “the only prosperity we’ve known”.
Costs could spike if the trouble continues in eastern Europe.
Companies - Saturday 11 October, 2014
The exclusive resort hosted the G8 meeting last year.
Companies - Friday 10 October, 2014
This was the week in business.
But the CEO’s comments didn’t go down so well…
Companies - Thursday 9 October, 2014
Venture capitalists are throwing more money at local tech entrepreneurs looking to go global.
SIPTU says customers and workers have missed out on the benefits of the special VAT rate, but businesses say otherwise.
Companies - Wednesday 8 October, 2014
The government should “think small first” and keep more tenders in Irish hands, SFA says.
TASC wants anyone earning over €100,000 to get a higher tax rate to make things better for everyone else.
The company behind the fast-food chain has still taken a profit haircut thanks to the Chinese food scandal.
Famine ship the Jeannie Johnston has been moored at the IFSC since 2005. She’s being taken to dry-dock for an overhaul, as a “first step” in getting her re-certified to take to the open sea.
Companies - Tuesday 7 October, 2014
But Dublin Airport isn’t happy about the news.
The Central Bank is seeking to reduce banks lending risky mortgages.
Sir Richard Broadbent could step down following investigations into the €320 million mistake: report.
Is self-regulation now a non-runner?
Thinking outside the box to pay it forward.
Business lobbyists IBEC have doubled their economic growth forecast for the year.
Companies - Monday 6 October, 2014
New Corsas, Adams or Corsavans registered since February have been recalled.
Customer sentiment is higher than it has been since January 2007.
Dragon Oil wants to take over Ireland-based Petroceltic, but no official offer is on the table yet.
It’s been an up and down ride for the park since it opened in 1992
€56 million in funding coming from SmartInvest, which recognises Irish “entrepreneurial spirit”.
Monday blues, anyone?
Trust us, we have the numbers to prove it.
Companies - Sunday 5 October, 2014
Some long-established businesses say there’s little optimism out there, but others say that things are finally beginning to look a little brighter.
Attention to detail is very important.
Companies - Saturday 4 October, 2014
But don’t worry, it’s all fixed now.
Companies - Friday 3 October, 2014
The European Commission found the Facebook Messenger and Whatsapp applications are not close competitors.
This was the week in business.
User contact information, like names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses, was compromised.
But the €41m plans from the firm behind Uninest and Urbanest are still at least three years off being ready.
The UK carrier is expecting record profits, but it’s still behind Ryanair as Europe’s busiest airline.
Companies - Thursday 2 October, 2014
Interest rates remain at record lows as euro bankers plan a two-year spending binge.
The Taoiseach has been responding to criticism of Ireland’s tax regime by British Prime Minister David Cameron this week.