Deirdre and Ivan Yates: bankruptcy proceedings were launched in May 2012 by AIB against both Mr Yates and his wife seeking €3.6 million

A bank is entitled to judgment of €1.6m against the wife of former government minister and Newstalk broadcaster Ivan Yates, the High Court ruled. Dei(...)

Fabien Payaud  of  Herdwatch,  the winner of the AIB Start-up Academy 2015. Photograph: Conor Mulhern

More than 400 start-ups applied to enter the AIB Start-up Academy, with 60 of those making it to the longlist. Using a pitch deck submitted by the lon(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn at his new development in Lucan. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

“I’m a complete fusspot,” says Michael O’Flynn, standing in the hallway of one of the well-appointed detached houses in his latest housing scheme, Rok(...)

Cllr John O’Donnell from Donegal filmed in a meeting with an undercover RTÉ reporter.  Photograph: RTÉ

A Donegal county councillor has told a court he is facing bankruptcy as a result of failed business dealings and does not have money to pay compensati(...)

Clydesdale shares were priced at 180 pence

Shares in Clydesdale Bank,which is run by Irish man and former AIB chief executive David Duffy, rose as much as 2.4 per cent in early trading on Wedne(...)

 Tánaiste and Labour Party leader Joan Burton has unveiled a “Save to Buy” initiative for first-time buyers

Housing will be front and centre in the general election campaign that officially kicks off today. There will be two strands to the debate: creating t(...)

 Deirdre  and Ivan Yates: AIB claims Ms Yates was a majority shareholder, director and company secretary of Celtic Bookmakers and it is therefore entitled to recover from her €1.6 million. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The wife of former government minister Ivan Yates is asking the High Court not to grant a bank a €1.6 million summary judgment order against her. The (...)

Patrick Neary: the then financial regulator accepted the bank guarantee was a ‘throw of the dice’. Photograph: David Sleator

Anglo Irish Bank executives still believed after the 2008 bank guarantee that it would be Ireland’s most profitable bank – just two months before it w(...)

Jean Claude-Trichet: former ECB president remarked a “bomb” would go off in Dublin if a haircut was imposed on senior bondholders. Photograph: Eric Luke

The National Treasury Management Agency advised the Government in March 2011 that haircuts of €9.1 billion could have been imposed on senior bondhold(...)

Oireachtas banking inquiry chairman Ciarán Lynch (centre) with committee members on the publication of the final report at Leinster House yesterday. Photograph: Eric Luke

It started with a minority report, featuring Socialist TD Joe Higgins rather than Hollywood heart-throb Tom Cruise. And it concluded in the audio-vi(...)