A number of Ulster Bank customers in Northern Ireland may find their payments delayed today, Wednesday, after the bank’s parent, Royal Bank of Scotland, reported that 600,000 payments went missing after a technical glitch. (Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times)

A number of Ulster Bank customers in Northern Ireland may find their payments delayed today, Wednesday, after the bank’s parent, Royal Bank of Scotla(...)

Tickets for the Lotto draw accounted for almost 70 per cent of sales, with the rest accounted for by scratchcards

The new operator of the National Lottery made a loss of €17.4 million in the 19 months to the end of 2014, due to expenses associated with the trans(...)

Johnson & Johnson Vision Care is to invest over € 100 million in an expansion of its manufacturing operations at its site in Limerick.

Johnson & Johnson Vision Care is to invest over € 100 million in an expansion of its manufacturing operations at its site in the National Technol(...)

Construction workers enjoyed a pay rise in 2014, with their earnings growing by 4.6 per cent from € 36,230 to € 37,884, the largest increase recorded. (Photograph: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg)

The average annual wage earned in Ireland fell by 0.2 per cent in 2014, down to €35,768, but those working in construction escaped the pay cuts. Over(...)

French company Sidetrade is one of the new companies that came to Dublin in 2014. Pictured at the opening of its new offices are: Minister for Jobs,Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD (left) picutred with Olivier Novasque CEO Sidetrade Group and Martin Shanahan CEO of IDA Ireland (right). (Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times)

Dublin has been named the 11th best city in the world for greenfield foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2014, ahead of cities like Paris, San Francis(...)

More than eight out of 10 jobseekers would earn at least 40 per cent more in employment than from benefits, research from the ESRI has found. (Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times)

The majority of jobseekers would earn more in employment than from benefits, a new survey from the ESRI has found. However, there is still a small co(...)

Most travel insurance policies do not cover smartphones. This means that if you lose or damage your phone, or if it is stolen, you won’t be entitled to any compensation. Photograph: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg

Over the next eight weeks or so, thousands of people all over the country will be fleeing in search of some much-needed sunshine and relaxation. For m(...)

D2 co-founder Deirdre Foley. Financier won praise from Derek Quinlan at Quinlan Private.

From a farming family in Co Sligo, Deirdre Foley (43) began her career with KPMG in 1992, where she trained as an accountant. After KPMG, she spent a(...)

Hours after the sale of Clerys went through last Friday, the High Court appointed Kieran Wallace and Eamonn Richardson of KPMG as joint provisional li(...)

Bank of Ireland gave up 2 per cent, to close down at €0.35, but Permanent TSB went a little stronger, adding 8 cent, or 1.9 per cent, to close up at €4.33, albeit on not much volume. Photograph: Andy Zakeli

Greece dragged European stocks to their lowest level in almost four months yesterday after weekend debt talks between the Mediterranean nation and (...)