Lawyers say most of bankruptcy judge's findings 'influenced unduly' by dislike of ex-Anglo chief
Investment from techstart NI and Co-FundNI will be used to grow international sales
‘Law Society Gazette’ reveals the number of number of solicitors employed by each one
IMF says system reinforced at height of debt crisis is hampering monitoring function
Supermarket blames poor trade for not giving dividend to 15,000 staff
Company plans to sell stake of at least €300m before shares start trading in London
Paschal Donohoe says it is up to the airline whether they sell 29.8% stake
Ryanair down almost 2% amid expectations it will accept IAG offer for Aer Lingus
Equinix is creating a transatlantic data centre operator
Fitzwilliam Finance Partners to acquire US group Apollo’s 50% stake
Mitchell Robert Flegg brings over 33 years of industry experience to his new roles
Mainstay Medical’s neurostimulation system is aimed at treating chronic low back pain
Commitment overshadowed by continuing uncertainty about Greek debt deal
Data released as Bank of Ireland applies limited fixed-rate cuts
Greece and its creditors are trying to hammer out a cash-for-reforms deal
Brody Sweeney and David McKernan on the ups and downs of entrepreneurship
What’s the story behind the issue?
Household loan repayments exceeded drawdowns by €283 million during April
Greece’s talks with international lenders unnerve savers
ECB says the measure of money circulating through the 19 euro zone countries grew
As the jobs market recovers, immigration is needed to fill key skills gaps
Mike Aynsley strongly rejects Dáil comments by TD Catherine Murphy
To bag Aer Lingus, IAG boss Willie Walsh manoeuvred through the many competing demands of Irish stakeholders
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