After $35 billion in market value was erased from three Hong Kong-listed companies over two days, investors are asking if the city’s regulator should have done more to prevent the sudden selloff. Photo: Reuters

(...). When retail investors are upset, they protest. When foreign investors get burnt they will never come(...)

Britain still ranks as Ireland’s main food export destination and by some way, accounting for nearly 40 per cent of all food exports.   Photograph: Bloomberg

(...) in retail.Several commentators, including the International Monetary Fund, have cast doubt on Ireland(...)

Bank of Ireland closed at €0.35, down 2.47 per cent, while Permanent TSB, which was recently floated on the main market, fell 5.83 per cent, to €4.20. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

UK showed a 1.2 per cent lift in retail sales last month. However poor economic data from China and(...)

 Ken Fennell of Deloitte: the privately owned Boylesports has approached Mr Fennell and is in talks with him regarding an alternative plan

Bookmaker Boylesports is lining up a bid for rival Ladbrokes Ireland, which is under court protection from its creditors to allow it to restructure t(...)

The turnaround caps 12 months of growing pains for the buggy and babywear retailer, during which time it has seen off a takeover approach from a US rival and hired new senior management. Photograph: Dave Sleator

Mothercare has stemmed five years of falling sales in the UK with the first full year of like-for-like sales growth in its domestic business since the(...)

(...) across insurance, commercial, asset management, and both retail and investment banking. He has also spent(...)

Dr Prannie Rhatigan  will be out and about with a seaweed identification tour

Village, and Keelings will have a retail outlet alongside their 20m tunnel where you’ll be able to see how(...)

A legal action aimed at having residents evacuated from a building in Dublin’s north inner city due to ‘serious’ fire safety concerns has been resolved at the High Court. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

(...) number of flats. The four storey building is accessed via Kellys Row. A retail unit on the ground floor(...)

 Qualtrics CEO Ryan Smith with Taoiseach Enda Kenny at the opening of the company’s first Dublin office in 2013.  Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

(...),000 clients in 75 countries, spanning sectors from retail to healthcare.Speaking about the planned expansion(...)

Musgrave said it was planning to develop a strategic partnership with Booker to collaborate on store formats, digital innovation, buying opportunities, sharing of best practice and to achieve cost savings and efficiencies for the business.

Musgrave Group is selling its loss-making British business, which operates the Budgens and Londis brands, to Booker for €57 million. The move follows (...)