O’Leary blames DAA for Ryanair decision to cut Dublin capacity

Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has insisted that the airline’s growth at Dublin Airport has not “topped out” following a decision to cut capacity at the capital next summer.

An application has been made to build nearly 500 new apartments in south Dublin

Apartment leasing agency IRES Reit has submitted an application for the construction of 492 new apartments as well as ground floor retail and commercial space in South Dublin.

‘No one did anything wrong here and Ireland is being picked on… It is total political crap’ – Apple chief Tim Cook

Apple chief executive Tim Cook has angrily dismissed Brussels’ tax accusations as “political crap”, suggesting that Ireland is being “picked on” and is a pawn in a wider European Commission agenda to harmonise taxes across the EU.

Ireland’s craft beer scene is booming, but don’t expect a brewery buying spree

Six years and €45m since its entry into the market Molson Coors has established itself as the third-biggest brewer in the country. The firm, which has Canadian, Carling, and Blue Moon among its brands, has increased its sales nearly ten-fold […]

Coca Cola to pump €26m into Irish facility creating 25 new jobs

Soft drinks company Coca Cola is to invest €26m into its Ballina operations in Mayo, making it the only production site outside of the US to use its ‘Freestyle’ technology.

Government ‘will still deliver 200,000 jobs, despite Apple controversy’ – Jobs Minister

Jobs Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor has vowed to deliver the 200,000 jobs promised by the government despite the controversy over Apple’s taxes.

Apple tax row: Government should tell EU to f**k off – Michael O’Leary

RYANAIR boss Michael O’Leary has weighed into the tax dispute between Apple and the European Union, saying the government should write a letter to the EU telling them to “f*** off”.

Looking to buy? Surge in number of home buyers getting approval for mortgage

There was a strong rise in the number of home buyers approved for a mortgage in July.

An average of 3,274 mortgages are being approved on a monthly basis

Mortgage approvals increased by 17.6pc year on year in the three months to the end of July, new figures from the Banking and Payments Federation Ireland show.

Ireland ‘disagrees profoundly’ with EU on Apple tax bill

Ireland disagrees profoundly with the European Commission’s ruling against its tax dealings with Apple Inc, Finance Minister Michael Noonan said on Tuesday ahead of seeking cabinet approval to appeal.

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