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Advisers to snap up €10.5m in Bank of Ireland fees

Advisers to Bank of Ireland’s corporate overhaul – a largely technical move – stand to make close to €10.5m in fees. Read more

Ireland faces scrutiny from Trump’s US over $36bn surplus

Ireland’s economic model is set to come under unprecedented scrutiny after the Trump administration launched an investigation into its trade relations with “partners” around the world. Read more

Fears for Irish exporters as UK construction slows

A slowdown in the growth of UK construction activity has added to fears that the country’s economy may be starting to cool. Read more

State may take lower price to get top investors to buy into AIB

The Government is considering roping in a handful of blue-chip investors to anchor AIB’s shareholder base when it sells €3bn of shares in the bank this summer. Read more

Claim that Gleeson ‘took cash from tills’

ACCOUNTANT Patrick Burke has strongly disputed claims by publican Frank Gleeson related to a dispute over the merger of the Mercantile/Capital chains of well-known Dublin pubs, hotels and restaurants. Read more

Development bias to hurt economy – CIF

Low levels of infrastructure development in regional areas will “fundamentally undermine” Ireland’s economic performance in the next decade, the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) has claimed. Read more

High tax rates ‘killing job creation here and stunting our growth’

High personal tax rates are holding back the establishment and growth of businesses and stunting job creation, a major report warns today. Read more

Help-to-Buy scheme fuels surge in house prices

House prices soared 9pc in a year on the back of new buyers clamouring to get hold of property in limited supply. Read more

Development bias to hurt economy – CIF

Low levels of infrastructure development in regional areas will “fundamentally undermine” Ireland’s economic performance in the next decade, the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) has claimed. Read more

Ireland renews its push to lure firms away from UK

Luxembourg has claimed a legal right to grab the European Banking Authority for itself after Brexit, despite pitches from Ireland and other states to host the EU institution. Read more