A number of prominent economists have taken aim at Ireland's corporation tax policies on social media, labelling them "parasitic" and accusing the State of "siphoning" the tax bases of others.
Revenue has warned of "potentially serious consequences" for people who do not disclose payments they have received as part of the misuse of the planning appeals system.
A Travelodge firm recorded a pre-tax profit of €8.65m from operating a Dublin hotel exclusively for International Protection (IP) applicants last year.
The health insurance regulator has cut the level of stamp duty on all health insurance policies next year.
More of Bank of Ireland's senior executive team are to receive stock awards under a widening of a fixed share allowance programme announced earlier this year for its top executives.
Britain's antitrust regulator said today it will review whether to launch a merger probe of Microsoft's multi-billion dollar partnership with ChatGPT maker OpenAI, weighing in on the US software giant's operations for a second time this year.
Gambling group Flutter Entertainment said today it was working towards an effective listing date of January 29 for its ordinary shares on the New York Stock Exchange and also plans to cancel its secondary listing in Dublin the same day.
Members of the public are being asked for their views on a new Online Safety Code designed to protect users of video-sharing platforms.
Christmas shopping is set to peak on 23 December, new data from AIB shows.
Spain's economy minister Nadia Calvino today won the race to lead the European Investment Bank, the bloc's lending arm whose significance has grown since war broke out in Ukraine.
New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the Household Saving Rate in the third quarter of this year fell below 10% for the first time in three years.
Tyre and car servicing group Atlas Autoservice has today announced a deal to buy Bridgestone's 18 Irish retail depots for an undisclosed sum in a major expansion for the company.
The Dáil committee on Parliamentary Privileges and Oversight has chosen not to uphold a complaint made by the former chief executive of Web Summit, Paddy Cosgrave.
Wind provided 37% of Ireland's electricity in November, new data shows.
The latest figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the seasonally adjusted Live Register total for November decreased by 1,400 people, or 0.8%, to 174,100 people from the previous month.
A toal of 230 people are trying to pay off debts of over €100,000, after being overpaid welfare by the Department of Social Protection.
Oil benchmarks were on track for a seven-week decline today, their first in half a decade, on worries about a supply surplus and weak Chinese demand, though prices rebounded after Saudi Arabia and Russia lobbied OPEC+ members to join output cuts.
A €16 million purpose-built innovation centre, Work IQ, situated in Tallaght's newly developed Innovation Quarter is on track to open early next year.
An Post has reported a gender pay gap of zero for the third year-in-a-row and said there was a 7% increase in new female employees in 2023 as well as 30% growth in female representation within senior management since 2019.
France, Germany and the EU executive expressed hope today that EU governments would reach an agreement on the bloc's fiscal rules by the end of the year, with Spain floating the idea of convening an extraordinary meeting to achieve that goal.