The new president is promising the biggest tax cuts in US history.
It has been suggested that they could increase competition for the dominant banks.
Workers in Sweden have served as guinea pigs for the shorter working week.
Exports of the product have already plunged after the EU-exit vote.
Since 2009, executives at bailed-out banks have had their salaries capped at €500,000.
Anything that reinforces a stereotype that women need special treatment should be cut out.
The ESRI recently warned that an overheating housing market could pose a risk to the economy.
A new study has suggested that the Irish taxpayer missed out on up to €18 billion.
Company directors need to be held more accountable for their firms’ actions.
Trade unionists have called for ‘major reforms’ in how private firms pay their top execs.
The future of the sector needs to be driven by something other than short-term decisions.
The country needs an independent body to advise on tax fairness and transparency.
As many as 200 are reportedly on the chopping block.
Regulators should make it easier for small firms to test new products and innovate.
Central Bank research shows four-fifths of all senior financial positions in Ireland are being filled by men.
The UK is about to implement the rule, while the government here has plans to follow suit.
The state-owned company re-entered talks with unions today.
Skilled workers that move to the Netherlands can get a tax-free lump sum equal to 30% of their salary.
Here are 10 tips for how firms can take advantage and tell their ‘stories’ better.
Well, Bill Gates thinks so.