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An award-winning brewer has been "locked out" and banished from the premises where his company manufactures its craft beers, the High Court has heard.
A measured step in the right direction but the exit tax for businesses applicable from midnight tonight may surprise some, according to Pádraig Cronin, Tax Partner and Vice Chairman at Deloitte,
A quarrying company obtained an air emissions licence two days before a competitor went to court claiming it was operating without required planning and emission approvals, the High Court has heard.
Co-founder James Watt said the brewery is aiming to list some time in 2020.
NewsBrands Ireland - the representative body for all national newspapers, print and online – welcomes the Budget 2019 announcements for the sector from the Minister for Finance, Mr Paschal Donohoe.
The Restaurants Association of Ireland has called on Tourism Minister Shane Ross to resign over the hotel VAT hike u-turn, saying he has "consistently failed" the sector.
Morrisons is challenging a High Court ruling which it says was made despite the company being ‘innocent of any wrongdoing’.
The biggest increase was in the mid-west where prices jumped by 21%.
The Bank of England estimates £41 trillion of derivatives face legal uncertainty after Brexit unless the EU takes action.
The bill has tripled from the amount paid in 2016.
Shares in UK clothing retailer French Connection have surged over 20% after it said the company could be sold as it reviews its options.
Private investment fund Granahan McCourt, which is leading the sole consortium bidding for the National Broadband Plan, has sold its stake in telecoms firm Enet to the State-backed Irish Infrastructure Fund.
Global stockmarkets were yesterday squeezed between “hysterical” comments from the Italian government and a flare-up of trade fears over China as growth stocks such as technology shares came under renewed pressure.
Ryanair is well placed to benefit from continuing unrest in the European airline market, says Davy’s Stockbrokers. The broker has reduced its net income forecasts for Ryanair’s current and next financial years by 13% and 15% in the wake of the airline significantly lowering its current year profit forecast last week.
Citibank Europe has been fined €1.33m by the Central Bank for a series of lending code breaches, including unapproved lending to senior management.
Manchester United still dominate the money leagues though Europe’s giant clubs are rising, writes Pádraig Hoare.
Banks continued their advance.
The company says it did not find any evidence that any personal information was misused.
The country’s biggest car-maker said a ‘fluctuating’ global market triggered the decision to temporarily shut its Solihull plant later this month.
Internet service provider Sky has agreed to a "cease and desist" protocol aimed at tackling music copyright piracy, the Commercial Court heard.