This week in the Irish Times Inside Business podcast, Arthur Beesley discusses the latest allegations made by Deputy Mick Wallace about NAMA and the current status of the Oireachtas banking inquiry. He is joined by Mark Paul and Ciaran Hancock.
This week Laura Slattery discusses the controversy involving NAMA and the sale of it's Northern Ireland loan book. She is joined by Gerry Moriarty from Belfast and, John McManus and Barry O'Halloran in studio in Dublin.
The Revenue Commissioners have extended a deadline for people in excess of current limits on pension savings to notify them. The deadline has now been moved to the 31 July 2015
This week Arthur Beesley discusses the latest phase of the Greek crisis with John McManus, Chris Johns and Conall Mac Coille.
In the aftermath of the closure of Cleary's, Arthur Beesely and panel discuss what shops need to do to survive and whether O'Connell Street can be restored. In Part 2, we hear more about the looming Grexit and the bleak outlook in Athens.
This week Laura Slattery looks at the establishment of the Expert Advisory Council on Climate Change and at Apple Music, Apple's new music streaming service.