Michael Hasenstab, who  is reputed to have spent about €6.3 billion buying more than a third of Ukraine’s  sovereign bonds

News this week of Michael Hasenstab’s investment in Digicel bonds for Franklin Templeton recalls(...)

Royal Bank of Scotland fell 1.9 per cent, hit by news the bank may need to pay $13bn to settle claims  it misled investors. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

(...) investigating some global lenders’ currency market activity. The index fell broadly in line with shares across(...)

(...)’ll find the excellent West Side market - Cleveland’s own English Market. Somerville, Massachusetts(...)

TV3 Group has been sold to UPC for €80 million. An extra €7 million will be payable if TV3 hits  targets in the future.

(...) 2013, it said yesterday. After a torrid plunge in the advertising market, revenues finally stabilised(...)

Frédéric Souty,  master baker at Fallon & Byrne’s new in-store bakery on Exchequer Street

(...)-store bakery at the Exchequer Street food market, cafe and restaurant. The new bakery retail area has cleverly(...)

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(...)/or trending topics, making Twitter even more of a news platform than ever and allowing big media groups to(...)

IAG chief executive Willie Walsh: company has not taken any particular position on the Heathrow expansion plans. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

(...) longer offers. So it plans on using Aer Lingus’s already established position in the market to do this(...)

Denis O’Brien, now the biggest single investor in Irish commercial media.  Photograph: Frank Miller

(...) ensuring that a broad range of other perspectives can survive in the market. Critics doubt this Government(...)

‘The pre-launch advertising campaign shouted about the station having Ant & Dec and Mr Selfridge – fine, except we already had them.’ Photograph: David Venni

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Digital downloads are becoming less popular as consumers turn to streaming services such as Spotify

(...), has already built up a reputation for forgoing first-to-market advantage in favour of putting out what(...)