Underbidders, objectors and a witness summons: Inside the competition’s watchdog’s probe of €70m Dublin Airport car park deal
The developer Gerry Gannon agreed to sell a 41-acre site adjacent to Dublin Airport to the DAA last year. However, the deal has yet to close with the Competition and Consumer Commission escalating its investigations.
Apple, tax, and the future of tech: Rewinding the week that was
The battle between Europe and Ireland over Apple is historical at this point. But it also matters. It matters because the mood music is changing towards multinationals, and at a time when Ireland needs multinational tax receipts like never before.
“Executives can lean into the support of the board. But that same sort of support is often not there for non-executive directors”
KPMG partner Ryan McCarthy has advised boards of both private and publicly listed companies. He talks about what makes a good board, what board members should be focusing on, and the firm's new Board Leadership Centre.
Rewinding the week that was: Infant formula, gaming, and Ireland Inc
The Irish economy is nearing an inflection point. Multinational corporate tax receipts can no longer be taken for granted, and we need to develop new revenue streams. Like the gaming sector, we need to pick areas in which we can win – and then back them.