Calls are growing for the government to offer more tax relief for companies who want to increase investment.
Hospitals ‘treat companies as a cash-cow’ via private patient charges, reports Niall Brady
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.
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.
Tax boost will encourage more firms to offer share schemes at work
The number of mortgages advanced for house purchases fell in the first month after Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
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.
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.
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).