Bank of Ireland is looking into complaints from customers that wages have not arrived in their accounts this morning. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

There was anger among public sector workers today after their wages were delayed for the second time in a month due to a problem at Bank of Ireland. B(...)

The AIB branch at Liberty Square in Thurles, Co Tipperary

Three provincial bank branches, two of them rented by AIB and the other occupied by Permanent TSB, will be among the highlights of the next Allsop (...)

James Donlon: “They are all enthusiastic about meeting other Irish planners, and about keeping a foot in the door at home as well, so they might be able to return at some point.”

James Donlon (26) felt lucky to secure a JobBridge place on a graduate programme with a town planning agency in Dublin in July 2011. But by the end o(...)

The Cool Beans team: “If your business is good enough to succeed you should be able to do it without bringing your grandmother’s retirement lump sum into the mix”.

So you’ve got an idea and you want to take it to the next level but that requires capital. They say anyone can start a business with a laptop and a(...)

I hear the renewal of the former AIB Asset Managers (AIBIM) business, which the bank sold in 2012 to South African outfit Prescient, which promptly fl(...)

‘Do you want to keep the music with you in the shower or climbing Kilimanjaro?” asks Spotify man. He wants me to upgrade from the free tablet version (...)

Jeremy Masding: still numerous legacy issues to be tidied up. One  is the funding drag caused by its €12.9 billion tracker mortgage book in Ireland. 2:32

In keeping with the other Irish banks, Permanent TSB’s half-year results yesterday showed improving trends on a number of fronts. Income was up, payro(...)

AIB’s Bankcentre: its truer share price is closer to one or two cent. Photograph: David Sleator

Ireland’s banks are finally back in profit. Bank of Ireland (BoI) reported gains of some €399 million for the first half of the year, while AIB made s(...)

Irish Times Joint Picture Editor David Sleator. 1:40

The sudden death has occurred of award-winning photographer and Irish Times Joint Picture Editor David Sleator. Aged 53, he had been a member of staff(...)

The number of mortgage accounts in arrears is continuing to fall as more restructuring agreements are put in place, Department of Finance figures show(...)