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One in four people are now renting their home in Dublin, the highest figure since quarterly records began, with a new report predicting that the average rent in the capital will soar by 5-6 per cent a year to surpass €2,000 by 2019. Fiona Reddan has the details
Ireland is among the most active countries in facilitating corporations moving profits to low or zero tax destinations, according to a new report from Debt and Development Coalition Ireland. Dominic Coyle reports
In his weekly column, Chris Johns looks at intergenerational inequality and warns that young workers should realise that there might not be a state pension for them by the time they retire.
And Pilita Clark takes a look at how WeWork, where old firms and start-ups rub shoulders, is turning the office into a village.