Ireland not ready for cyber crime threat, say 90pc of businesses

Six out of 10 businesses expect to be the victim of cyber crime in the year ahead, and 90pc think the country is not prepared for a potential attack on the State.

Doubt over €1.1bn fine for Intel as EU court’s own adviser backs chip giant

Intel could see a record €1.1bn fine for alleged anti-competitive behaviour reversed after one of the EU Court of Justice’s own lawyers said no rivals might have been harmed by the company’s actions.

Dublin Airport set to get third hotel in major investment plan

Dublin Airport is to get its third hotel, with the owners of the Radisson Blu there planning the multi-million euro construction of a new seven-storey, standalone venue on the site.

Providence successfully defends legal bill associated with long running legal battle

Oil and gas explorer Providence Resources has claimed victory in defending a legal bill for costs associated with a long running legal case.

New 20pc tax on profits will hit vulture funds and investors with Irish property assets

A new 20pc tax on profits will hit so called vulture funds and other investor holding Irish property assets through previously low tax vehicles from the start of next year.

Brexit could lead to some ‘civil unrest’ in Northern Ireland again- Former PSNI officer

Brexit could lead to some “civil unrest” in Northern Ireland again, particularly in relation to the border, a former senior PSNI officer has warned.

Exclusive: Developer Greg Kavanagh hits the jackpot with €150m payday

New Generation Homes chief Greg Kavanagh has secured a massive payment in a deal understood to be valued in excess of €150m from his company’s financial backers, London-based M&G Investments, in a deal which will see him exit the business.

Sterling forces cut in Ryanair forecast

Sterling’s plunge since the UK’s June Brexit vote has finally forced Ryanair to cut its full-year profit guidance, after months of warning that such a move could be on the cards.

Kellogg pays no corporation tax in Ireland as sales top €1.2bn

The main Irish arm of breakfast cereal giant Kellogg last year paid zero corporation tax for the second year running as revenues topped €1.28bn.

Law firm taps ex-Central Bank regulator

Law firm Eversheds has appointed former Central Bank official Ciaran Walker as a consultant.

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