Bjorn Kjos: “It’s too early to say but we will definitely hire a lot more [employees] than we have today [at their Irish offices].”

(...) by UK law. It’s not regulated by Irish law. “So far, we don’t have any bases in Dublin. Even if(...)

(...) industry’s UK lobby group. During the two-month Actos trial, Mr Lanier produced emails in which(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank executive Willie McAteer:  As finance director, he  was there for a 15-year stretch of continuous growth and expansion as Anglo became Ireland’s third-biggest bank. Photograph:  Brian Lawless/PA

(...)-biggest bank, with interests in North America, the UK and eastern Europe. Softly spoken, McAteer slotted(...)

North African migrants sit on a deck of the Italian navy ship ‘San Giorgio’ after being rescued at sea off the coast of Libya earlier this month. Photograph: EPA/Matteo Guidelli

New rules on the treatment of migrants who enter the European Union will come into effect this summer as the European Parliament passed a new l(...)

RBS chief executive Ross McEwan: “I welcome the . . . findings which show no evidence of the serious and damaging allegation that we had set out to deliberately defraud our business customers.” Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

(...) allegations made last year by Lawrence Tomlinson, an adviser to the UK business secretary Vince Cable, that(...)

Lakenheath, England: A United States F-15E Strike Eagle is taxied prior to departure from RAF Lakenheath. Photograph: Getty Images

In the years after the second World War, the runways at the military airfield in Lakenheath, Suffolk, that had been used by the Royal Air Force(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank executive Pat Whelan leaves the Circuit Criminal Court, Dublin.

(...) and the UK. Whelan’s frankness was praised by Judge Martin Nolan in his closing speech to the(...)

Cork engineer Seán O’Sullivan with Prince Charles on the site of the Salwa Palace, a Unesco World Heritage Site currently being carefully restored

(...). He did a brief stint with an Irish solar development company in the UK, but that folded too, forcing(...)

Planet Business

(...) “champion” the new Dot London internet domain, which businesses in the UK can apply for from April 29th as(...)

(...) the box office chart that covers the UK, Ireland and Malta. Unofficially, it’s a mostly Irish(...)

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