Revenue has tentatively recouped €14.4m from 86 tax settlement cases arising in the first quarter of the year, new figures show.
The UK is beginning to feel the harsh realities of Brexit as those who matter most to an economy — deep pocketed investors — begin to take tangible actions.
Britain’s messy election outcome and a weakening of the housing market have caused a sharp of loss of confidence among UK consumers, leaving the country dependent on exports to avoid a recession
Shares in AIB slipped yesterday, on their first day of unconditional trading, but remained more than 7% ahead of the €4.40 price they floated at on Friday.
Limerick-based agri-technology company, BHSL, has acquired Meath company, Hydro International, in a deal worth over €5m.
The sale of chicken processor Manor Farm — one of Ireland’s oldest family businesses — to a Swedish firm guarantees its viability while preserving all jobs, the company has said.
Ryanair would seek a majority stake in Alitalia if it decides to invest in the loss-making Italian airline, chief executive Michael O’Leary said during a visit to Rome yesterday.
Bank of Ireland is being urged to reverse a decision to make counters in some branches cash-free, with criticism that it is detrimental to rural towns.
The Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) is projecting that passenger numbers at Dublin Airport will increase by a further 3.2 million people to 31.1 million by 2020.
Rupert Murdoch’s £11.7bn (€13.2bn) bid to take full control of Sky has been given the green light by regulators in Ireland, leaving the UK’s decision the last remaining hurdle f
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan Tobacco Inc said on Wednesday it hoped to catch up with Philip Morris International Inc in smokeless tobacco by expanding the number of smoke-free restaurants and public plac
The decision by Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) to postpone an expected health care vote on Thursday stunned GOP senators who attended a meeting with him on Tuesday, reports Politic
Nissan expressed optimism about the future of the automotive manufacturing industry in South Africa
One hundred eleven people suffering terminal illnesses opted to take their own lives in the first six months of California’s “right to die” law, of 191 patients who received life-ending medication fro
The Reserve Bank yesterday laid bare the damage done to the economy by the remedial action advanced by Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane
Veteran actor Anthony Hopkins may come back in the next season of "Westworld", Jonathan Nolan, the showrunnner of the sci-fi thriller has teased.
Nolan, 41, who is the co-creator of the HBO show alon
Buoyed by 55 per cent growth in tourist inflow during monsoon last year, the Goa Tourism department is expecting impressive footfalls in the state during this rainy season too.
The Tourism depart
In a John Oliver-style expose on President Donald Trump’s ties to private prisons, “Late Night” host Seth Meyers attacked the shocking examples of Trump throwing contracts to those w
President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's maiden meeting at the White House sent a clear message around the world that the Indo-US ties are going to be "substantially closer", Energy S
Actress Alison Brie says her husband actor Dave Franco has a discerning eye when it comes to choosing parts and it is he who has often helped her zeroing in on a project.
The 34-year-old actress says
The rupee traded lower by 6 paise at 64.59 against the US dollar in early part today, pressured by a lower opening in the domestic stock market.
Increased demand for the American currency from import
Rapper Nicki Minaj was presented with the key to her native place, Queens, New York for her enriching contribution in the field of music.
Minaj, 34, was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, bu
Singer Lorde is grateful to her fans as her second album, "Melodrama" recently topped the charts in the US.
The 20-year-old songstress took to Twitter to thank her fans and followers for helping her
The Rand weakened yesterday after poor employment figures
Allan Gray says its motive for calling a meeting of the listed construction and engineering group’s shareholders was not related to the company’s strategy
Charlize Theron apologised for bruising her "2 Days in the Valley" co-star Teri Hatcher after the actress inadvertently hit her "really bad" in a fight scene for the 1996 film.
Calling herself a "wil
Model Kendra Wilkinson admits she would not be psyched if her three-year old daughter, Alijah would want to pose for 'Playboy'.
The 32-year-old TV personality, who is Hugh Hefner's former girlfriend,
Twelve months after shutting down his season in the wake of a devastating semi-final defeat, Roger Federer returns to Wimbledon as favourite to capture a record-breaking eighth title and become the to
If the Cabinet takes final call today then the central government employees will get revised allowances from July month salary.
Colin Trevorrow will be honoured with the breakout director award for his movie "The Book of Henry" at the Ischia Film Festival in Italy.
Sofia Coppola's "Beguiled" will open the Italian film carniva
"Pernicious" director James Cullen Bressack is set to helm an upcoming psychological thriller "Break".
Bressack has co-written the script along with Robb Stech, who originated the project's concept,
Pop singer Justin Bieber has said Drake is a legend and is way more than just a rapper.
The 23-year-old musician took to Instagram where he praised the "Free Smoke" singer for being someone who can e
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today returned home after concluding his three-nation tour of Portugal, the US and the Netherlands.
Modi, upon arrival, was received by External Affairs Minister Sushma S
Presidents of U.S. public colleges and universities saw their earnings climb by 5.3 percent last year, with several of them topping $1 million, according to an annual survey. The Chronicle of Higher