Sports-mad former taoiseach Bertie Ahern wanted to build a huge stadium in Abbottstown.
The EU says the Revenue rulings resulted in the US multinational paying a tiny amount of tax.
The Irish Property Owners Association has been given a dressing down by the competition watchdog.
Eiffel Investment is getting involved with Linked Finance, which handles lending to Irish SMEs.
The company employs about 280 people and has over two dozen stores across the country.
As part of our How My Business Works series we profile Clare health and recruitment company TTM.
InsideSales.com plans to open an office in Ireland and create more than 120 jobs here.
Work on the farms, to be built in the south and east of the country, will start in 2018.
The 202-room Aloft-branded property is planned for the Liberties.
Property price inflation began to speed up again at the end of last year.
However, Davy corporate brokers said that the country will still have the strongest growth in Europe this year.
The centre was built by developer Harry Crosbie years ago but is still deserted.
Cyrus Mistry was the CEO of Tata Group, a gigantic conglomerate which owns more than 100 businesses.
CityPost has launched a new system that it claims will save companies significant sums on mail.
Overcast plans to hire 70 people with the extra funding.
Enterprise Ireland’s Competitive Start Fund will open on 25 January and close on 8 February.
The US president-elect has pumped €20 million into upgrading the facility so far.
There was a big drop in insolvencies in the retail industry last year.
The ex-tánaiste will be providing ‘strategic counsel’ to clients of Hanover Communications.
As part of our How My Business Works series we profile the company behind Smooch ice cream.