Seán Quinn is now free of his three-year bankruptcy term and reportedly working as a “consultant” for a business that was once part of the Quinn Group and is now owned by some of his former employees. This is good news for him but of little comfort to taxpayers. Photograph: Collins

On the corner of St Stephen’s Green and Earlsfort Terrace in Dublin, the final touches are being put to Denis O’Brien’s “LXV” building, which seems to(...)

  Cairn Homes’ development in Parkside, Malahide Road, Dublin 13. The  50 acre Parkside site has zoning potential for a total of 433 homes when complete and Cairn expects to complete the first 200 homes before the end of 2016.

Irish homebuilder Cairn Homes has agreed a new € 150 million senior debt facility with AIB to fund acquisitions and growth. The new facili(...)

In the Bill, the discharge term for bankruptcy is reduced from three years to one year. Photograph: Getty Images

Legislation before Cabinet on Tuesday to reduce the term of bankruptcy to one year would be “the single most positive thing” the Government h(...)

Mr Justice Brian McGovern admitted the case on Monday to the fast-track Commercial Court list

AIB is seeking summary judgment for €24.9 million against a Co Carlow businessman Philip Morrissey. The bank claims the sum is due on foot (...)

Belfast City Hall: Jefferies LoanCore  considers Belfast one of its core markets, while it is on the lookout for opportunities across the whole island. Photograph: Thinkstock

Although it is also the season for indulging in fairytales, Chris Wilson claims there is a very real light at the end of the tunnel for not onl(...)

 Aviva health insurance premiums are to rise by an average of just over 5 per cent from the beginning of next year. Photograph: Aviva website

The cost of Aviva health insurance premiums are to rise by an average of just over 5 per cent from the beginning of next year in a move that (...)

Rogue trader John Rusnak: pleaded guilty to defrauding AIB subsidiary Allfirst in 2002 and was sentenced to seven and a half years in prison. He has since run a dry-cleaning and laundry business in the Baltimore area

John Rusnak, the rogue trader who cost AIB $691 million, has said he will not testify at a US trial in which the bank is suing Citibank for (...)

Shane Murphy and Darragh Kirby and pitched online group travel and activity booking platform, Groopeze. Photo:  Shane O’Neill.

Turning gaps in the market into business opportunities was the theme at the AIB Start-up Night in Dublin last night. Guest speaker Jennie McGinn of(...)

COP21: Ireland has the advantage of exploiting renewable energy and not producing fossil fuels. Photograph: John Giles/PA Wire

There are no jobs on a dead planet. David Begg, former general secretary of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions summarised things neatly when (...)

AIB is reorganising its financial structure in advance of an IPO Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

AIB has successfully raised €500 million in additional Tier 1 capital following strong demand from investors. The coupon for the initial fixe(...)