Expressway: Hibernia says its service can deliver messages six milliseconds faster than other fibre-optic cables. Illustration: Ben Miners/Ikon/Getty

(...) orders, so that they can capitalise on new information that affects the price of shares or bonds. And(...)

Andrés Barba: his novel ‘possesses disarming genius and complex layers of truth, heightened by glimpses of understanding accompanied by near panic’.

(...)’d become realists. Their sexuality was clearly developed and that seemed to have created mysterious bonds(...)

Brian Friel “was fatherly, kind, practical and funny. He seemed to look deep into the centre of things.” File photograph:  Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

(...) shared love of Chekhov has created many bonds and friendships between people of all kinds for the past(...)

Corps Diplomatique. Photograph:  Didier Crasnault

(...) space, he finds a contentedly amateur crew ready to slip the surly bonds of theatrical history in order(...)

Deep in thought: Brian Friel in Dublin in 1980, at the Gate Theatre opening of his play Translations. Photograph: Tom Lawlor

(...) the kind of bonds that the family imposes on the individual. Maybe it’s part of the same thing again(...)

Clockwise from top left: Patrick Joyce of Beaumont Hall, Beaumont Woods was given 14 years, with four suspended; Michael McDonagh of Tara Lawns, Belcamp Lane, Coolock was  sentenced to 12 years, with seven suspended; Dean Byrne of Cabra Park was given 20 years, with four suspended; Thomas Flynn of Moatview Avenue, Coolock got 12 years, with three suspended; Patrick Gately of Primrose Grove, Darndale got 20 years, with four suspended; John Joyce of Lentisk Lawn, Donaghmede was sentenced to 15 years, with four suspended; and Donal O’Hara of Glin Park, Coolock was given 12 years, with seven suspended.

(...) defendants spoke in court was to acknowledge the terms of their suspension bonds. Judge Teehan offered his(...)

Nama chief executive  Brendan McDonagh was appearing before the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee  Photograph: Frank Miller /Irish Times

Nama now stands at €29 billion. “ Following yesterday’s €1.75 billion redemption of senior bonds, Nama(...)

The agency has raised €12 billion in the bond markets so far this year

(...) 15-year Irish Government bonds.

 Government moves to increase the age of retirement will help. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

(...) assets; other financial assets such as stocks, bonds and life policies; and finally investment in(...)

Nama intends to redeem at least 80 per cent of its senior debt - equivalent to €24 billion - by the end of 2015

(...) repaying its senior debt as it announced it has redeemed another €1.75 billion of senior bonds today. This(...)