Ireland’s corporation tax will remain low – it’s not an issue, says IDA chief

Ireland’s corporation tax will remain low and is a ‘non-issue’ despite fears that the European Union may move to increase the rate, the IDA chief executive Martin Shanahan has said.

BREXIT: Vote to result in downgrade for Ireland as world stocks go into freefall

The confirmation of victory for the leave camp in the Brexit referendum is causing major disruption to financial markets and is set to have serious implications the Irish economy.

What does ‘Brexit nightmare’ mean for Ireland?

Analysis: In a few hours, everything has changed. This Irish goverment’s term will be dominated by the fallout

BREXIT: Britain votes to leave EU in historic divorce

Britain has voted to leave the European Union, the BBC said based on voter tallies from Thursday’s referendum, an outcome that would set the country on an uncertain path and deal the largest setback to European efforts to forge greater […]

Irish share prices hammered as vote sends Iseq into 12pc slump

Many of Ireland’s largest companies have seen their share price rocked this morning following the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.

UK retailer John Lewis to enter Irish market with Arnotts deal

UK retailer John Lewis is to enter the Irish market after securing an exclusive deal with Arnotts that will see the company occupy a section of the Henry Street store.

Looking for a mortgage? EBS third lender to offer cash back

A third lender is to offer a cash incentive to home buyers in a bid to get them to take a mortgage out with it.

Apple to face Irish led probe in privacy sweep

The Irish Data Protection Commissioner, Helen Dixon, is to “scope” a privacy audit of Apple in relation to a “very specific risk” that Apple device users are said to face.

Dublin second most expensive city in Eurozone for expats

Dublin is the second most expensive city for Eurozone for foreign workers to live in, according to a new study.

The price of Brexit: Noonan warns of €3bn loss to Ireland

A Brexit could cost the Irish economy between €2.5bn and just over €3bn over the next two years, potentially wiping out the room for tax cuts and extra spending.

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