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Yesterday’s News

Ireland has been accused of rivalling the Cayman Islands when it comes to tax avoidance

Three European banks paid effective tax rates of less than 2% on profits routed through the country in 2015.

From Business ETC We're partnering with UCD to give one entrepreneur a scholarship worth up to €14,500 Education

We're partnering with UCD to give one entrepreneur a scholarship worth up to €14,500

The Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School course is tailor-made for entrepreneurs.

Sunday 26 March, 2017

With no convention centre, Cork is losing out on millions from large-scale events

The average visitor spends more than €1,500 on accommodation and other needs.

'I was looking for an excuse to come home. But there was a recession on and I had no job'

This businesswoman dabbled in a few careers before she brought the Inglot makeup brand to Ireland.

Saturday 25 March, 2017

'If this was France we would protect our jobs. In Ireland we don't seem to care'

Connect Ireland’s job scheme, aimed at the Irish diaspora, looks set to be shelved.

The 60-year-old company buying Ireland's best horses for Chinese billionaires

BBA Ireland helps well-heeled buyers around the world find the top racing talent.

Meet the gym owner who moved back in with his parents to launch an Airbnb for cars

Vehicle rental startup Fleet is due to launch in Ireland next month.

Dublin is almost as expensive for workers to live in as London

The weaker pound has made the British capital much cheaper against its international peers.

Friday 24 March, 2017

Future GamerCons won't go ahead unless 'every single problem' is identified after queuing chaos

Convention founder Ferdi Roberts had said more events were planned for London, Madrid and Berlin.

Thursday 23 March, 2017

'I'm able to let out a big secret': Dublin is getting a new arcade game restaurant

The company behind The RAGE retro gaming shop on Fade Street is opening a new premises in Smithfield.

Future GamerCons won't go ahead unless 'every single problem' is identified after queuing chaos

Convention founder Ferdi Roberts had said more events were planned for London, Madrid and Berlin.

Dublin is almost as expensive for workers to live in as London

The weaker pound has made the British capital much cheaper against its international peers.

'If this was France we would protect our jobs. In Ireland we don't seem to care'

Connect Ireland’s job scheme, aimed at the Irish diaspora, looks set to be shelved.

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A Waterford firm that makes virtual reality videos for the classroom has raised a million euro

Suir Valley Ventures and Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Funds led the investment round.

Meet the gym owner who moved back in with his parents to launch an Airbnb for cars

Vehicle rental startup Fleet is due to launch in Ireland next month.

'After helping organise the Irish Open, I decided I'd had enough and moved to South Africa'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin golf club rental firm Clubs to Hire.

With no convention centre, Cork is losing out on millions from large-scale events

The average visitor spends more than €1,500 on accommodation and other needs.

From Business ETC Ulster Bank will close one-fifth of its Irish branches Financial Services

Ulster Bank will close one-fifth of its Irish branches

The closures are expected to lead to 220 redundancies.

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From Business ETC The banks have found another 1,700 people affected by the tracker mortgage scandal Financial Services

The banks have found another 1,700 people affected by the tracker mortgage scandal

The Central Bank said €76 million had been paid out in compensation so far.

From Business ETC A new development could revive Cork's historical business centre Building And Property

A new development could revive Cork's historical business centre

A new office block in the South Mall will be able to hold as many as 450 workers.

'6.6% unemployment - that's my performance': Mary Mitchell O'Connor hits back at critics

The Jobs Minister has come under fire with signs of discontent among her staff.

Wednesday 22 March, 2017

From Business ETC The head of RTÉ said the licence fee should be doubled - then changed her mind Media And Arts

The head of RTÉ said the licence fee should be doubled - then changed her mind

Dee Forbes later called her own suggestion ‘nonsense’.

From Business ETC Cash-strapped RTÉ is cutting up to 300 staff as part of its land goes on sale for €75m Building And Property

Cash-strapped RTÉ is cutting up to 300 staff as part of its land goes on sale for €75m

The property is likely to be used for residential development.

Tuesday 21 March, 2017

A €280m Saudi-backed development could make Waterford 'Ireland's top regional city'

The Fawaz Alhokair Group is reportedly planning to develop around 100,000 sq m under the deal.

The corporate watchdog wants to know more about INM's abandoned bid for Newstalk

Ireland’s largest newspaper group has been asked “to produce books and records” about the reported bid.

From Business ETC Almost two years after losing their jobs, former Clerys workers are getting compensation Work

Almost two years after losing their jobs, former Clerys workers are getting compensation

The full details of the settlement are confidential.

Monday 20 March, 2017

Irish farmers want an EU ban on Brazilian meat after the country's tainted-food scandal

A two-year probe has led to allegations that exporters sold unfit products.

From Business ETC Irish farmers want an EU ban on Brazilian meat after the country's tainted-food scandal Agribusiness

Irish farmers want an EU ban on Brazilian meat after the country's tainted-food scandal

A two-year probe has led to allegations that exporters sold unfit products.

Sunday 19 March, 2017

In Youghal, one businessman prays for storms to test his high-speed 'stealth boats'

Cork firm Safehaven Marine sells its vessels as far afield as the Middle East and Asia.

'As a child, my father had me handing out leaflets in a shopping centre. It was a business lesson'

This company manager was thrown into the deep end at the weigh-loss firm her parents established.

'You walk into investment meetings and you're told: We need to replace you with an old man'

Restored Hearing’s Rhona Togher says both her gender and age have been barriers in business.

'We compete with huge multinationals, but we're just two girls in Galway who had an idea'

These sisters took a step back from their dental practices to launch their own product.

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The Dutch state railway is holding almost €1 billion in profits in an Irish company

Netherlands Railways was previously accused of using the firm to dodge taxes.

Movidius founder after €300m sale to Intel: 'Losing control of the company is difficult'

But Sean Mitchell says the chip designer will be hiring ‘a lot’ of people in Ireland.

Saturday 18 March, 2017

These were the most expensive hotels sold in Ireland last year

The biggest deal of the year was the sale of the DoubleTree by Hilton in south Dublin.

Cake and chocolate maker Broderick's plans to hitch a ride on the 'healthy' snacks craze

The company is setting up a major new factory in Tallaght, which it hopes to throw open to public tours.

UCC is planning a €100m expansion to draw thousands of extra students

The historic former Cork Savings Bank will house the expanded business school.

'In home care you need to put up a barrier or you get emotionally wrecked'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin firm Castle Homecare.

Friday 17 March, 2017

Why foreign students pay thousands of euro to learn how to make beds in Shannon

Future hotel managers have been coming to this school in County Clare for over 60 years.

The business behind the one-day-a-year shamrock industry

Ireland’s national plant is shipped all over the world for St Patrick’s Day.

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