Pictured at the launch is Minister Richard Bruton; (l ) Marie O’Connor, partner at PwC and 30% Club Leader in Ireland and (middle) Helena Morrissey CBE, ceo of Newton Investment Management and founder of 30% Club in the UK. (Photograph: Maxwells)

Just one in ten directors of Irish publically listed companies are women

Weslin was founded in 2000 and has experience in residential, retail, commercial new build and fit out, industrial and civil engineering. (Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters)

Weslin had been in examinership since March 2014; deal will save 15 jobs

Dragon Oil’s target is to grow average gross production at around 10 per cent in 2015 and exit the year at 100,000 bopd.

Oil and gas explorer still on target to reach 100,000 barrels per day

Understanding your annual pension statement will help you take stock of where you are and what needs to be done to get to where y(...)

Natasha was able to get her debts of about €17,000 written off. It was a feeling of “absolute relief”, she says. Photograph: The Irish Times

Natasha’s problems loomed into sharp focus when the debt collector came calling

Deirdre Rice, centre co ordinator with MABS in Bray, Co Wicklow. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The State agency is still working hard to help those struggling with financial difficulties

The service put together a detailed budget for her, which included cutting off her phone line and reducing the family’s TV package. Photograph: The Irish Times

Geraldine’s problems began when her husband walked away from the family’s debts

The largest transaction of the year was Project Sapphire which Cosgraves sold to Green REIT for € 375m in Q2. It included the Westend Retail Park in  Blanchardstown, west Dublin.

Data points to investment of €4.5bn in Irish commercial property in 2014

The government imposed a salary cap of €500,000 at state owned AIB.

Outgoing AIB chief executive David Duffy may earn considerably more at National Australia owned bank

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