Ticket sellers, promoters to face competition probe

Companies that sell tickets for concerts and other live events are facing a probe from the State’s competition watchdog.

Buying your first home? How to get what you really want

The roll-out of the new Central Bank rules on mortgage lending mean big changes this month for first time buyers across Ireland.

Companies ‘can create 500pc return’ through effective advertising campaigns

Investing in advertising will generate a 500pc return for businesses, according to a new report.

Irish food firms develop an appetite for UK market

There is a lot of talk about the hoped-for inflow of financial services firms related to Brexit. But there will be a flow of outward investment, too. Some Irish-owned firms selling to the UK market will establish plants in Britain, […]

French investment fund Tobam sets up Dublin operation

One of France’s leading investment funds has established an operation in Dublin, which it plans to double in size by the end of the year.

Legislation paving the way for Brexit to be published today

Legislation paving the way for Theresa May to start the Brexit process will be published on Thursday.

Regulator is poised to relax credit union rules on mortgages

Hopes have been raised that rules limiting the amount of mortgage lending by credit unions may be relaxed.

3,000 new homes and space for 8,000 workers planned in capital

Plans for a new town with 3,000 homes in blocks of up to 50 metres high and office, commercial and retail space for 8,000 workers have been unveiled by Dublin City Council.

New €750,000 Enterprise Ireland start-up fund opens for submissions this month

Enterprise Ireland has announced a new €750,000 fund created to support start-up activity across all sectors.

DB pension deficit soars 50pc to €4.5bn

The combined deficit of defined-benefit pension schemes in companies listed on Ireland’s stockmarket soared to €4.5bn last year – a 50pc increase on the shortfall in 2015.

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