Author: Oliver Dirksen
Katherine Zappone has broken ranks with her cabinet colleagues and become the first minister to publicly back EU tax proposals that are expected to cost Ireland hundreds of millions a year if introduced.
Drinks manufacturers and suppliers have expressed strong opposition to the government’s plans to introduce a sugar tax on drinks next year, claiming it will have little or no effect in tackling obesity.
Stock exchange deal ‘gives Frankfurt upper hand’
With the City whispering of a shock Brexit vote a little more than two weeks before the referendum, punters would be forgiven for sitting on their hands.
Whether you want a dog room or a man cave, with 11 buyers chasing each property for sale, stealth tactics are needed to beat the competition.
Are you tempted to snap up a new home before it is built? We outline the risks involved and the possible rewards
Sebastian Siemiatkowski has an unusual ambition for when he leaves his role as chief executive of Klarna. “It would be cool to run an amusement park,” he says.
Millions of patients have been promised quicker access to health apps and hi-tech devices after the head of the NHS said that doctors could send him the bill.
From blogging to profitable social networking and playing games to posting on forums, the internet is a world of moneymaking opportunity
James DeGale has heard enough boos during his career to not let boxing away from home bother him. DeGale stands on the threshold of becoming a star in the United States, even if he is …
Forget the fiddling of the books at BT, the brown envelopes at Rolls-Royce, the shabby governance at Sports Direct. Let’s look into the future to a utopian era in which capitalism works for everyone.
Alan Greenspan, former chairman of the US Federal Reserve, coined the phrase “irrational exuberance” to describe the stock market in the long business expansion of the 1990s.
The maverick New York regulator that humbled Standard Chartered over Iranian sanctions breaches has jumped into the global investigation into the suspected manipulation of foreign exchange markets.