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    1. 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...

    2. 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...

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    1. Urban Ingenuity

      The winners of the 2013 FT/Citi Ingenuity Awards: Urban Ideas in Action...
    2. Ireland and the World

      Through its diaspora, its businesses, its cultural heritage and even the humble pint o...
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    1. 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...

    2. 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...

    3. 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...

    4. 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...

    5. 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...

    6. 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...

    7. September 30, 2014

      Irish house prices less affordable than in UK, report warns

      House prices in Ireland are higher as a proportion of average incomes than in the UK, and well above their long-term...

    8. September 29, 2014

      Eircom chief Hribar steps down after pulling IPO

      Eircom, the Irish telecoms group, is searching for a chief executive after Herb Hribar stepped down weeks after pulling the...

    9. September 25, 2014

      Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary says niceness paying off for airline

      Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary says treating customers better is starting to pay off, as he announced an upgrade to...

    10. September 23, 2014

      Ireland reviews strategy on financial centre

      The Irish government has begun a comprehensive review of Dublin’s status as an international financial services centre amid...

    11. September 22, 2014

      How Ireland’s Nama moved centre stage

      The Dublin Theatre Festival opens on Thursday with a vivid production of Hamlet by Thomas Ostermeier, the German director....

    12. September 22, 2014

      Economic watchdog warns Ireland over budget

      The Irish government should maintain a tight fiscal stance in next year’s budget and not allow euphoria over a surge in...

    13. September 21, 2014

      Could banana groups’ merger plans be turning to mush?

      The banana trade is a ticklish business. Ripe fruit one moment, mush the next. Few know that better than David McCann, the...

    14. September 21, 2014

      Ireland shows struggling Europe the way ahead

      The world has watched transfixed as Scotland wrestled with its destiny. But now that its future is settled, it is Scotland’s...

    15. September 16, 2014

      Independence crucial to future of the Irish Stock Exchange

      Deirdre Somers likes to keep things in perspective. The chief executive of the Irish Stock Exchange has been delving into...

    16. September 14, 2014

      Feedback: Liveable cities

      Michael Skapinker’s column last week argued that “liveable cities” such as Melbourne were inferior to London and New York –...

    17. September 14, 2014

      Liontrust Global Strategic Bond fund suffers dismal year

      Liontrust’s Michael Mabbutt has had a torrid start running his Global Strategic Bond fund after poor performance and mass...

    18. September 8, 2014

      Ireland in talks to refinance IMF loans

      The Irish government has begun an intensive diplomatic push to persuade the European Commission and the European Central...

    19. September 5, 2014

      Eurozone borrowing costs turn negative

      Short-term government borrowing costs have dropped firmly into negative territory across much of the eurozone after the...

    20. September 1, 2014

      N Ireland visit a sign of US frustration at stalled peace process

      Two months ago, Victoria Nuland, an assistant US secretary of state, visited Northern Ireland with a message from the Obama...

    21. August 27, 2014

      Ryanair introduces stripped down business class

      Another day, another blow to the traditional glamour of international flying. In a week when two passengers were thrown off...

    22. August 21, 2014

      Ryanair pursues Cyprus Airways takeover

      Ryanair opened talks on Thursday with the Cypriot government about a takeover of lossmaking Cyprus Airways as it looks to...

    23. August 19, 2014

      London among Europe’s least ‘liveable’ cities, according to index

      London is the world’s hottest city for international home buyers – and yet it has become one of the least appealing places...

    24. August 18, 2014

      Possibility of ‘Brexit’ threatens London’s prospects

      By this time of year, wealthy bankers in the City of London have usually jetted off to their summer holiday destinations....

    25. August 15, 2014

      AVIC in talks to buy Avolon

      One of China’s leading aircraft companies is in talks to buy Avolon, a Dublin-based aircraft leasing company, in a sign of...

    26. August 15, 2014

      Chiquita/Fyffes: banana republic

      Chiquita Who is going to be the king of the banana republic? The hopes of the Fyffes clan in Dublin must be high. Chiquita’s...

    27. August 15, 2014

      Why Helen Dillon in Dublin has the best walled town garden

      In mid-August, through a Dublin window, I have just seen the view that puts my own gardening in perspective. I am simply not...

    28. August 12, 2014

      US banana group slips out of Irish hands

      At Fyffes’ annual meeting in Dublin in May, executive chairman David McCann extolled the virtues of the Irish banana...

    29. August 7, 2014

      Dublin’s housing shortage defies national glut

      Ireland has nearly a quarter of a million vacant homes, but its capital city faces an acute housing shortage within a few...

    30. July 28, 2014

      Airline stocks help lift FTSE 100

      Airlines topped an improving FTSE 100 on Monday, as increased profit guidance from Irish low-fare carrier Ryanair helped the...

    31. July 27, 2014

      On the cusp of a new gold standard for regulated funds

      Amid great fanfare, the deadline for authorisation under the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive passed last...

    32. July 24, 2014

      Google pays £21.6m tax in UK, where revenues are $5.6bn

      Google’s UK operation paid £20.4m of corporation tax on its profits in 2013, according to accounts filed at Companies House...

    33. July 20, 2014

      Fund Focus: Legg Mason sees value in Europe

      Legg Mason’s Paul Ehrlichman is targeting the sectors and regions that are causing the greatest investor unrest, with Europe...

    34. July 18, 2014

      Tony O’Reilly, tycoon who gambled and lost

      Earlier this year, a discreet classified advertisement appeared in the pages of the Irish Times. “For sale. Private...

    35. July 16, 2014

      Irish bad loan bank turns to task of property sales

      Ireland’s National Asset Management Agency, set up to administer the loans attached to the collapsed real estate market, is...

    36. The World

      July 9, 2014

      Country music provides a bitter economic lesson

      By Vincent Boland in Dublin As the man himself sings: “When the rain’s blowing in your face And the whole world is on your...

    37. July 7, 2014

      Ireland house prices raise fears of a new bubble

      No 36 Burford Drive might be any family’s ideal home. With its five bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and high-quality...

    38. July 4, 2014

      Marching ban splits Northern Ireland

      Northern Ireland’s political institutions were under renewed pressure on Friday as unionist leaders stepped up opposition to...

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