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      Gangland murders drag Dublin back to the bad old days

      In the stairwell of a housing project just north of downtown Dublin, a woman peers out from behind a masked and heavily...

    2. February 8, 2016

      Ireland’s ‘fiscal gap’ befuddles both voters and politicians

      It is barely a week old. The posters have only just gone up on lampposts. Some of the political parties contesting it...

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    1. Ireland Financial Services

      The Republic’s financial institutions have endured a torrid few years. Yet in spite of...
    2. The Business of Whisky

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    1. FT Data

      February 8, 2016

      Datawatch: same-sex marriage

      Same-sex marriage is legal in almost half of OECD countries. The Netherlands was first to introduce it in 2001. The...

    2. Fast FT

      February 8, 2016

      Ireland to hold 10-year bond auction

      National Treasury Management Agency, the Irish debt management office, said it’s preparing to auction some fresh...

    3. Fast FT

      February 5, 2016

      Ireland wins credit upgrade from Fitch

      Ireland’s blistering economic run has paid off with an upgrade to its credit rating from Fitch. The rating was lifted A...

    4. February 5, 2016

      Kenneth Corfield, technological industrialist, 1924-2016

      As a 10-year-old in England’s interwar industrial Midlands, Ken Corfield came to own a Kodak box Brownie. Rudimentary...

    5. Fast FT

      February 5, 2016

      Virgin Media in favour of Hutchison/O2 deal

      Virgin Media has called on Brussels’ antitrust regulator to allow the controversial £10.5bn takeover of O2 by CK...

    6. Fast FT

      February 5, 2016

      Fast Europe Open: the sea, the sea

      Little attention is being paid to the continent’s biggest frontier: the sea. New data have highlighted the extent to...

    7. February 4, 2016

      Ireland may be Europe’s comeback kid, but not thanks to Brussels

      It was music to the ears of Enda Kenny, Ireland’s prime minister, when Angel Gurría, the head of the Paris-based...

    8. Brussels Blog

      February 4, 2016

      Brussels Briefing: Ireland and the bailout jinx

      This is Thursday’s edition of our new Brussels Briefing. To receive it every morning in your email in-box, sign up...

    9. February 3, 2016

      Enda Kenny appeals for second term as he dissolves parliament

      Ireland’s prime minister has kicked off a general election campaign with an appeal to voters to re-elect his coalition...

    10. Fast FT

      February 3, 2016

      Cameron pressured to hold 'Brexit' vote later than June

      David Cameron has come under further pressure to hold a referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union later...

    11. February 1, 2016

      Britain must not go from four to three in mobile

      Over the past three years, Europe’s largest telecoms operators have rushed to consolidate the mobile industry....

    12. Brussels Blog

      February 1, 2016

      Brussels Briefing: Safe harbour day

      Welcome to Monday’s edition of our new Brussels Briefing. To receive it every morning in your email in-box, sign up...

    13. Fast FT

      February 1, 2016

      BT unveils overhaul of business structure

      BT is overhauling its structure after last week completing its £12.5bn takeover of EE, the UK’s biggest mobile network...

    14. January 31, 2016

      Terry Wogan, the voice of Eurovision, 1938-2016

      Sir Terry Wogan, who has died of cancer aged 77, shrugged off a four-year career in banking to become one of Britain’s...

    15. January 31, 2016

      US companies forced to disclose pay gap

      The Obama administration will require companies to disclose what they pay employees by gender, race and ethnicity in a...

    16. January 29, 2016

      Brussels puts tariffs on Chinese rebar steel

      Brussels has imposed tariffs on a type of steel from China to try to defend Europe’s manufacturers from a flood of...

    17. FT Data

      January 29, 2016

      The PIIGS drive employment growth in the Eurozone

      There were nearly 3 million more people in employment in the third quarter of 2015 in the Eurozone than there were two...

    18. Fast FT

      January 29, 2016

      Vedanta Resources' earnings fall 51%

      Vedanta, the Indian resources group that runs mines from Ireland to Australia, saw its earnings more than halve in the...

    19. Fast FT

      January 29, 2016

      James Murdoch to be new Sky chairman

      He’s back. Nearly four years after resigning as chairman of satellite TV operator Sky due to the phone-hacking scandal,...

    20. January 28, 2016

      Google and Apple hit back on Europe tax agreements

      Google and Apple have fought back in the row over the big tech groups’ tax regimes, saying they are being unfairly...

    21. January 27, 2016

      Alphabet and Apple spell global tax war

      The uproar about Google paying £130m in back taxes and raising the amount it pays in the UK by just £10m a year is...

    22. January 27, 2016

      Official report delivers last word on Ireland’s bank collapse

      After a year of hearings and several weeks of feverish editing, watched over by a legion of lawyers, the official...

    23. January 27, 2016

      Ireland fears ‘major impact’ from Britain’s EU exit

      Ireland’s financial regulator has expressed concern about the “major impact” Britain’s exit from the EU could have for...

    24. January 27, 2016

      A disorderly Brexit may bring business to Ireland

      Welcome to Dublin, home of the Great Brexit Hedge. With Britain poised to vote on leaving the EU, what better way for...

    25. January 27, 2016

      Fintech developers seek place on global map

      Move over back office service centres. Farewell also to Irish domestic banks with global expansion plans. Innovation...

    26. January 27, 2016

      Dublin aims to revive ‘Fair City’ status

      Ireland’s financial sector has endured a torrid few years. The great crash of 2008 to 2010 left most of the country’s...

    27. January 27, 2016

      Dublin determined to maintain its cutting edge in aircraft leasing

      The late Irish businessman Tony Ryan is most associated these days with the creation of Ryanair, which he co-founded...

    28. January 27, 2016

      Any return to banking crisis is not an option

      The global financial services industry is going through a period of rapid change, as we in Ireland know well. We have...

    29. January 27, 2016

      Outsider in banking’s hot seat defends his tightened regime

      Cyril Roux has discovered that the secret to a happy life in Ireland is to never mind the weather. Almost half way...

    30. January 27, 2016

      Finance hub is flourishing as Belfast puts troubles in past

      Northern Ireland is throwing off its violent recent past to become a thriving node in the complex network that is the...

    31. January 26, 2016

      Dixons Carphone to close more than 130 stores

      Dixons Carphone, the UK’s largest electrical and mobile phone retailer, is to close more than 130 stores as it rolls...

    32. January 26, 2016

      Experts probe Google UK tax payment

      When MPs lined up to criticise what they called a “derisory” tax payment by Google on Monday, some argued the tech...

    33. January 26, 2016

      The UK tax authority must apply some muscle towards Google

      Google’s deal to settle its UK tax affairs with a paltry £130m payment leaves plenty of unanswered questions. The...

    34. Fast FT

      January 26, 2016

      Irish central bank sees 6.8% GDP growth for 2015

      Ireland’s central bank has revised up its expectations for GDP growth for both 2015 and 2016 as the country continues...

    35. January 26, 2016

      Auditors criticise European Commission over handling of bailouts

      The European Commission’s handling of bailouts in Ireland, Portugal and other nations hit by the financial crisis has...

    36. Fast FT

      January 26, 2016

      Opening quote: Dixons Carphone, Tesco, Chinese markets

      Dixons Carphone has raised its profits guidance, Tesco can expect censure for its treatment of suppliers, Chinese...

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      January 26, 2016

      FT Opening Quote

      Dixons Carphone has raised its profits guidance, Tesco can expect censure for its treatment of suppliers, Chinese...

    38. Fast FT

      January 26, 2016

      Dixons Carphone to close 134 UK stores as sales jump

      Dixons Carphone is planning to close 134 stores as part of a significant overhaul of its estate in the UK and Ireland,...

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