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Useful Links to Online Resources

When surfing the web and seeking information it is important to always ask questions and evaluate the resources you find. Don't believe everything you read! 

Follow the CRAAP Test and become a better investigator. CRAAP helps researchers to always question online sources, including media and news. Alternatively, Be Media Smart is an Irish government initiative to help people better evaluate media sources.


Below are some links to some trustworthy and useful business and finance-related websites. 

A series of reports that examines and analyses the key issues affecting particular sectors within the Irish economy

Irish Business Information Source

The voice of Irish workers

Representing the interests of all businesses in Dublin.

The Irish government department, responsible for the implementation of policy in five key areas: Enterprise, Innovation, Growth; Quality Work and Learning; Markets and Regulation; Quality, Value and Continuous Impovement and the European Union

Formerly the Irish Stock Exchange, The Euronext Dublin lists debt and fund securities and is used as a European gateway exchange for companies seeking to access investors in Europe and beyond

The government agency responsible for the development and promotion of the indigenous business sector

Ireland's inward investment promotion agency

Irish business and finance web portal

The regulator of all financial institutions in Ireland

Business new from the Irish Times

The voice of Irish business and employers

Data, policy advice and research on Ireland including economy, education, employment, environment, health, tax, trade, GDP, unemployment rate, inflation and PISA.

The office charged with ensuring compliance with company law

Business news from RTE

Website of the Sunday Business Post newspaper

Commentary and information about the Irish economy

The central repository of public statutory information on Irish companies and business names

The ESRI produces research that contributes to understanding economic and social change and that informs public policymaking and civil society in Ireland and throughout the European Union