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Give companies more tax relief for investment, directors urge

Calls are growing for the government to offer more tax relief for companies who want to increase investment.
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Insurers angry over €150m in HSE bills

Hospitals ‘treat companies as a cash-cow’ via private patient charges, reports Niall Brady
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Premium hike hits late insurers

More than 5,000 late entrants missed last year’s deadline to buy health insurance for the first time, and face penalties that will average €140 a year for the rest of their lives.
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Autonomy finance chief in court over soured $11bn sale to HP

The former finance chief of Autonomy will answer fraud charges in an American courtroom this week over the bitterly disputed $11bn takeover of the British software developer by Hewlett-Packard.
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Support for employee ownership

Tax boost will encourage more firms to offer share schemes at work
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Mortgage lending falls in wake of Brexit vote

The number of mortgages advanced for house purchases fell in the first month after Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
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Mixed fortunes for homebuyers as mortgage approvals hit a low

The number of mortgages approved by high street banks fell to a three-month low in February but remained above the monthly average for 2016, according to the British Bankers’ Association.
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Forget gap year, media boss tells students. Just get yourself a job

They have dominated the rainforests of South America, the mountains of Peru and the kibbutzes of Israel for decades — and all in the name of broadening their horizons.
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McAteer’s €8m Anglo loan was fraudulent, court hears

Willie McAteer, the former finance director of Anglo Irish Bank, has pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining an €8 million loan from the bank (Conor Gallagher writes).