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The Government is being told to stop trying to "solve" Ireland's employment problem with multinational companies.

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Distillery’s biggest ever crowd-funding

A family-run Irish distillery is to embark on the biggest crowd-funding project ever undertaken in this country.

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983 start-ups in August as growth continues in sectors hit by recession

Thirty-eight start-ups were set up every day last month as the total number of companies rose by more than 8% compared to the same period last year.

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Vodafone anti-competition claim

Vodafone has been accused of restrictive competition practices by a former Greek partner of the telecommincations group.

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Markets to closely watch ECB meeting

The ECB meeting on Thursday is the prime event for markets seeking clarity on the bank’s response to a stalled recovery, disappearing inflation and the sluggish pace of reform in the eurozone.

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Merkel ‘unhappy’ at Draghi comments

A German news magazine yesterday reported that Chancellor Angela Merkel is unhappy with ECB chief Mario Draghi for apparently proposing a greater emphasis on fiscal stimulus over austerity in order to boost growth in Europe.

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Taxing problems for Government

Around 2000BC, Egyptian tax officials came up with a clever wheeze.

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Small Business Q&A: Paul Brown

Kehlan travels to Limerick to talk to Paul about the business and its recent rebranding.

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Small Business Column: Making your companies money work for you

In this week’s column, Kehlan looks at investing in your business and outlines some things to remember when putting your hard-earned company money to work for you.

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