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    1. January 30, 2015

      Q&A: Qatar’s swoop on IAG stake

      Qatar Airways has bought a 10 per cent stake in International Airlines Group, owner of British Airways and Iberia. Why?...

    2. January 29, 2015

      Carney is wrong about how to solve Europe’s problems

      Mark Carney travelled to Dublin yesterday to teach the eurozone a lesson. The leaders of Europe’s monetary union, the...

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    1. January 27, 2015

      Dublin plans Aer Lingus talks with International Airlines Group

      The Irish government is planning to “engage” with International Airlines Group in the coming days over its €1.35bn cash bid...

    2. January 24, 2015

      Aer Lingus set to recommend latest IAG bid

      The board of Aer Lingus is expected to recommend a €1.34bn cash bid from IAG, setting the stage for a public debate over the...

    3. January 19, 2015

      UK and Irish armed forces to work together

      Ireland and the UK have signed an agreement on defence that will see the armed forces of the two countries working closely...

    4. January 12, 2015

      IAG’s successes at Iberia should give heart to Dublin

      When British Airways and Iberia joined forces in 2011, there was such heartache in Spain about the country’s flag-carrier...

    5. January 12, 2015

      Ireland appoints Goldman to advise on AIB

      The Irish government has taken another step towards reversing its intervention in the banking sector with the appointment of...

    6. January 9, 2015

      Aer Lingus spurned raised offer from IAG

      Aer Lingus has for the second time in a month rebuffed its former chief executive, Willie Walsh, after rejecting an...

    7. January 5, 2015

      Wetherspoon and Heineken settle Irish dispute

      JD Wetherspoon has said it will serve Heineken’s beers in its pubs again after the companies settled a dispute over pricing...

    8. December 28, 2014

      Viewers set for launch of UTV Ireland television station

      Irish television viewers are to get their first new homegrown channel for 16 years this week with the launch of UTV Ireland,...

    9. December 23, 2014

      Deal elusive after all-night talks on Northern Ireland

      The future of Northern Ireland’s power-sharing government was at stake on Tuesday as the province’s political leaders...

    10. December 18, 2014

      Walsh sets sights on Aer Lingus’ transatlantic potential

      Willie Walsh has come a long way since he joined Aer Lingus to train as a pilot at the age of 17. On Thursday, it emerged...

    11. The World

      December 18, 2014

      Will Ireland's banking inquiry go the distance?

      By Vincent Boland It is the event that the Irish cannot put behind them. Six years ago, the country’s banks collapsed, and...

    12. December 11, 2014

      Time to deliver, David Cameron tells Northern Ireland leaders

      David Cameron warned Northern Ireland’s political leaders that they needed to “start delivering”, as he and the Irish...

    13. December 10, 2014

      Thousands protest over Irish water charges

      Thousands of people marched through Dublin to rally outside parliament on Wednesday in the latest demonstration against the...

    14. December 9, 2014

      Tax deals raise questions over Ireland’s growth spurt

      Four years after entering a punishing €67bn bailout, the Irish economy is booming again. Gross domestic product expanded at...

    15. December 7, 2014

      UK provincial airports go over head of London

      The first regular direct flight from the UK to China outside London takes off on Monday, as Cathay Pacific launches its...

    16. December 2, 2014

      A shambles marks the centenary of the Rising that divided Ireland

      Until a couple of weeks ago, the last people to attack the General Post Office in Dublin were British soldiers. It was in...

    17. December 1, 2014

      Petroceltic hit by oil price fall as Dragon cools on takeover

      Shareholders in Petroceltic International have joined the growing list of investors hit by plunging oil prices after Dragon...

    18. November 28, 2014

      Rich social fabric attracts immigrants to Dublin

      Sir, I refer to Vincent Boland’s article “Homecoming to a foreign land”, on his new life in Dublin having been away for many...

    19. November 26, 2014

      Ireland to invest €3.8bn in social housing

      The Irish government has unveiled a €3.8bn social-housing programme in an attempt to address a growing housing market crisis...

    20. November 23, 2014

      How the Irish MBA market is set to expand

      When Trinity College Dublin was planning the construction of its Berkeley Library in 1959, fundraisers made a beeline for...

    21. November 23, 2014

      Howie the Rookie, The Pit, Barbican, London – review

      The 1990s in theatre meant more than “in-yer-face” plays. At the same time as British drama was growing graphic and...

    22. November 21, 2014

      The Inventory: Brian O’Driscoll

      Brian O’Driscoll, 35, has achieved a record 141 international caps, including eight for the British and Irish Lions; and has...

    23. November 21, 2014

      FT’s Ireland correspondent returns home to a foreign land

      One lovely spring morning, a couple of months after I had returned to Dublin to be this newspaper’s Ireland correspondent, I...

    24. November 19, 2014

      Ireland faces down protests with new water charges

      Irish households will pay some of the lowest charges for water of any European country under new proposals announced by the...

    25. November 18, 2014

      Dublin: the tiger’s roaring tech hub

      Population: 530,000 Start-ups: 200-plus US tech companies with Europe HQ here: 8-plus (including Google, Facebook, Twitter,...

    26. November 17, 2014

      Paris Photo photography fair – report

      “This is the best photo fair in the world – if you’re shopping,” an American gallery owner said to me on Saturday, the...

    27. November 16, 2014

      Anger at Ireland’s water charges spills over on to the streets

      “Where the hell are they?” As he drives down Tonlegee Road in the north Dublin suburb of Donaghmede, Derek Byrne seems to...

    28. November 6, 2014

      ECB threatened to end funding unless Ireland sought bailout

      Ireland’s banking crisis returned to centre stage after the European Central Bank released letters showing that its...

    29. November 3, 2014

      Ryanair raises full-year guidance as being nice pays off

      Ryanair lifted its full-year profit guidance by up to 20 per cent, as it said an overhaul of its strategy and a new policy...

    30. November 2, 2014

      Tax casts shadow over Dublin’s tech fair

      More than 2,000 technology start-ups from 85 countries will converge on Dublin this week for the fifth Web Summit, an annual...

    31. October 21, 2014

      Technology, tax and talent in Dublin

      Dozens of giant light-sticks illuminate the path to Dublin’s Grand Canal Theatre at night, glowing red and flashing in...

    32. October 21, 2014

      How an Irish passport opens doors

      ‘Hello,” I said. “My name is Conor O’Clery. I am the international business editor of The Irish Times of Dublin, Ireland’s...

    33. October 21, 2014

      Irish start-ups stand out from the crowd in Silicon Valley

      The flood of big technology companies arriving in Ireland has encouraged some young Irish start-ups to move in the opposite...

    34. October 21, 2014

      Ireland’s economy remains rooted in agriculture

      Over three days in late September, in glorious Indian summer weather, nearly 300,000 people turned out for the biggest...

    35. October 15, 2014

      London ranks poorly for small businesses to make a living

      Small and medium-sized businesses are the backbone of the UK economy but they are finding it increasingly hard to make a...

    36. October 6, 2014

      Dublin Theatre Festival, various venues – review

      “Move on!” cries a character in Tom Murphy’s Bailegangaire, desperately trying to urge her aged grandmother to reach the...

    37. October 6, 2014

      Dragon Oil set for Petroceltic takeover bid

      Dragon Oil, the cash-rich explorer with production assets off Turkmenistan, is poised to launch a takeover offer for...

    38. October 3, 2014

      Salix pulls deal amid US tax crackdown

      A $2.7bn deal between drugmakers Salix of the US and Cosmo of Italy has become the first victim of President Barack Obama’s...

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