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Why the global rush for bitcoins could end up costing us the earth

Existing only in the digital sphere but currently worth a fortune, it is the virtual currency that has gone mainstream in recent weeks.

Festive season presents challenges for employers who want to reward staff for efforts

Q I have an accounts person who does one day a week for my company.

Bitcoin for dummies: Adrian Weckler’s guide to Bitcoin

Thanks to its 1,200pc rise over the last six weeks, there’s something of a Bitcoin mania afoot.

Chaos as Bitcoin has debut on Wall Street

Bitcoin futures surged as much as 26pc in their debut session on Cboe Global Markets’s exchange, triggering two temporary trading halts designed to calm the market. Initial volume

How Irish households are most at risk in Europe from ECB rate hike

Irish householders and firms are most at risk of a looming interest rate hike by the European Central Bank compared to any other country in the EU, a leading Government think tank has warned.

Self-administered pensions can lend via ‘P2P’ platform

Holders of self-administered pensions will be able to invest in so-called peer to peer (P2P) lending to Irish SMEs under a new scheme launched by Linked Finance.

How to ensure your Christmas donations are put to best use

Don’t let recent scandals put you off contributing to Irish charities – but do your research so your money goes to the right place.

Pure Telecom focused on making real connection with customers

Pure Telecom is a wholly owned Irish telecoms company that provides fixed line, broadband and cloud telecoms to the business and consumer markets.

Alan O’Neill: Scaling up your organisation needs leaders with strategic vision

One in four children in Ireland has a special educational need. A lack of affordable private services means that too many children are struggling to reach their full potential.

Apple agrees to start paying €13bn tax bill early 2018 – a year after deadline

Apple is expected to start paying up to €13bn in back taxes into an escrow account in the first quarter of 2018, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said.

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