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There may be more jobs than workers ‘if unemployment rate continues to drop’

Minister Paschal Donohoe has warned of possible “capacity constraints” in the labour market if the unemployment numbers continue to drop at the expected rate.

Dublin is still the second most expensive city in Eurozone for expats to live

The strengthening dollar against the euro means that Dublin – along with its fellow Eurozone members – have fallen down the rankings in terms of most expensive destinations for expatriates to locate to.

Global analytics firm teams up with Irish start-up for affordable wearable sports tech

An analytics company that engineers wearable technology for elite sports has teamed up with an Irish start-up to make its product accessible for the amateur sportsperson.

Tax take from housing ‘could cause public finance issues’

A recovery in the housing sector to meet new and pent-up demand risks undermining the public finances if not managed properly, the Fiscal Advisory Council has warned.

How Brexit will hit your pocket – and ways to help ease the pain

Brexit will have a more permanent impact on Ireland than the financial crisis which rocked the country in 2008, a top economist has warned.

Revealed: Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Awards 2017 – The Finalists

From over a hundred applications, through a rigorous Dragons’ Den style bootcamp, the finalists for the Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Awards 2017 can finally be revealed.

How Brexit will hit your pocket – and ways to help ease the pain

Brexit will have a more permanent impact on Ireland than the financial crisis which rocked the country in 2008, a top economist has warned. “The shock from Brexit won’t be as deep as the 2008 financial crisis – but it […]

Fresh fears over plan to give EU more control over company tax

The EU Commission has conceded it cannot say how much multi-national tax revenue Ireland would lose under a proposal to give Brussels more control over big company taxes.

Irish businesses ‘will need up to €400m a year’ to offset hard Brexit

Up to €400m in State and EU supports will be needed annually to allow Irish businesses to mitigate the fallout from a hard Brexit, the country’s biggest business body has argued.

Google to be hit with €1bn-plus EU penalty

European Competition chief Margarethe Vestager is set to hit Google with a fine potentially greater than €1bn for alleged market anti-competitive practices in what will be the latest slap-down of a US tech giant by the EU.

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