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19 October 2018 12:19 Spain’s government proposes taxes on internet giants

Spain’s Socialist government wants to introduce new taxes on big internet companies and on financial transactions as a way of paying for improved pensions and public services. The country’s finance minister Maria Jesus Montero said on Friday the proposed tax on digital services will be levied on companies with annual revenue of more than 750 million 2

17 October 2018 11:55 Monitor shows Irish women more likely to start a business than most of their EU counterparts

Figures from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor show that Irish women rank 8th in Europe for starting businesses. At 6.3% this ranks them higher than women in the UK, Germany, Spain, Sweden and France. The figures, which have been highlighted ahead of the Local Enterprise Office’s National Women’s Enterprise Day, also show self-belief as an issue for Irish

16 October 2018 16:41 US investment banks enjoy third-quarter profit boost

Goldman Sachs has reported an 18% rise in third-quarter net income to 2.52bn US dollars (€1.94bn). The investment banking titan posted revenue of 8.65bn US dollars (€7.47bn) in the period, up from 8.33bn US dollars (€7.2bn) a year ago, topping Wall Street forecasts. However, the firm posted a 10% fall in sales from its fixed-income division, which Goldman

16 October 2018 15:04 Court grants bail to Clare man who expresses regret over lashing out at speed van

A 30-year-old east Clare man has given an undertaking in court to stay away from GoSafe speed detection vans and GoSafe staff while on bail. At Kilrush District Court today, Shane Malone of Derronan, Derrainy, Whitegate appeared charged with causing criminal damage to a 16 D registered Go Safe van at Cregg, Whitegate on September 30 last. Mr Malone is charged

13 October 2018 06:00 Avoca expansion helps to double Aramark profits

The expansion of the Avoca brand contributed to operating profits at parent company Aramark Ireland more than doubling to €7.76m last year. Newly-filed accounts filed by Aramark Ireland Holdings Ltd and subsidiaries show the food and facilities management group also increased revenues by 30.4% to just under €351.6m. The company largely attributed the increase 15

12 October 2018 18:28 Revenue seizes €2.2 million worth of drugs at Dublin Airport and Rosslare Port

Two men have been arrested in connection with the two separate incidents. €2.2 MILLION EURO worth of heroin and cannabis has been seized by revenue in recent days as part of two separate operations. In the first case, Revenue officers seized 13kgs of suspected heroin with an estimated street value of €1.8 million at Dublin Airport. The drugs had been concealed 1

09 October 2018 06:19 Facebook’s UK tax bill jumps to £15.8m – but tech giant to pay just £7.4m

Facebook’s UK tax bill rose to £15.8 million last year on record revenues of £1.3 billion. The bill is triple the £5.1 million paid in 2016 – but the social network will get an immediate cut by claiming tax credit. The net charge for 2017 comes to £7.4 million, following tax relief of £8.45 million for granting employees shares in the firm. According 6

01 October 2018 16:56 Earnings at McManus, Desmond and Magnier backed healthcare group top €196m in 2017

Earnings at the UK-based healthcare group backed by well known Irish investors, JP McManus, Dermot Desmond and John Magnier last year increased by 6.6% to €196m. Last week, JP McManus received a mix of praise and criticism after his €3.2m donation to 32 GAA County Boards. Now, new accounts filed by the Limerick man's backed Barchester Healthcare Ltd to Companies 5

27 September 2018 21:47 €165,000 in smuggled beer seized at Dublin Port

The 25,700 litres of alcohol were seized from a foreign-registered truck entering the country on a ferry from Holyhead in Wales yesterday. THE REVENUE COMMISSIONERS have seized over 25,700 litres of beer at Dublin Port. The driver of the foreign-registered truck-trailer travelling from Holyhead in Britain and carrying the smuggled goods, a man in his 20s, was questioned 2

11 September 2018 18:45 Sangria smuggled in boxes labelled 'orange juice' seized alongside 15kg of tobacco

The goods worth roughly €18,000 were seized in Rosslare over the past two days. IN TWO SEPARATE operations over the past two days, Revenue officers seized over 750 litres of wine and 15kg of tobacco with a combined retail value of €18,000 at Rosslare. The seizures were made over the past two days as part Revenue operations targeting the supply and sale of illegal 2