The Dame Street building was sold to investors Hines Ireland and Peterson Group.
Top VW officials may have known about the cheating software at least a month before it was reported.
We look at the fast-growing businesses that are ready to make a splash this year.
The government has launched its plan to tackle rising rents.
Oxfam says the country has been facilitating large-scale corporate tax avoidance.
US officials have granted a permit to Norwegian Air International after several delays.
Virgin Media became both stations’ parent company after a buyout in July.
The lender overcharged hundreds of customers as much as €68,000 on their accounts.
The low-cost loans for UCC and Trinity come amid a growing funding crisis for local universities.
An Oireachtas committee examining the rising costs of motor insurance will give recommendations today.
The museum’s owners plan to move the attraction to an unspecified location next year.
Theresa May wants to ‘go further’ than planned cuts – a major threat to Ireland’s ability to attract investment.
The retailer, which operates 14 of its own stores, will open concessions in 80 supermarkets.
But space in Ireland’s premier retail zone is still a bargain compared to many international destinations.
The issue of poor internet speeds has been highlighted as a major problem for firms in regional areas.
The company plans to cut 175 staff worldwide as it focuses on the US market.
The Silicon Valley tech giant overwhelmingly relies on people buying its latest iPhones.
Michael McNicholas will leave his job as head of Ervia next May.
LinkedIn has crunched the numbers on the skills successful jobseekers are most likely to have.
Garrett Harte has been with the station since its launch 15 years ago.