An Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI poll on water charges.

In 2001, there was a byelection in Tipperary South which Fianna Fáil was expected to win. The party lost the vote, and afterwards blamed it on an opi(...)

Barclays has been hit with a $150 million (€141m) penalty for allegedly using its foreign exchange electronic trading platform to reject unprofitable (...)

Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe

Japan slipped into its fourth technical recession in five years between July and September - spotlighting how the government’s “Abenomics” policies h(...)

Further additions to Blanchardstown Centre

The thriving Blanchardstown Centre in west Dublin has attracted another batch of high profile traders. Quiz, a British-based fast fashion, footwear an(...)

22 Upper Baggot Street:   extends to 196sq m (2,109sq ft)

The Thai restaurant group Saba is to continue on the expansion trail following the granting of planning permission for a new restaurant at 22 Upper Ba(...)

Phibsboro Shopping Centre: northside retail space is ripe for redevelopment. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A new opportunity to redevelop Phibsboro Shopping Centre in the north Dublin suburb will arise shortly when the rundown complex is offered for sale a(...)

Apple: results out on Tuesday. Photograph: Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images
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TODAY Results: TNT Express. Indicators: Irish retail sales (Sept); German IFO business climate (Oct); US Dallas Fed manufacturing index (Oct); US new (...)

CRH rose more than 3% to close at €25.44, in line with other internationally focused stocks on the Iseq, which reacted well to  news of possible ECB stimulus and the Chinese rate cut.

Stellar performances from the Iseq’s blue-chip stalwarts drove the index forward by 1.7 per cent, as European shares rose to two-month highs yester(...)

ECB president Mario Draghi after a meeting of the ECB governing council outside Valletta, Malta, on Thursday. Photograph: Reuters/Darrin Zammit Lupi

The European Central Bank is positioned to expand its €1.1 trillion asset-purchase programme and cut its deposit rate in December after Mario Draghi a(...)

 Grafton Street. Photograph: David Sleator

Some 54 per cent of the buildings on both of Dublin’s prime retail streets are owned by property funds which equates to 64 per cent of the retail spac(...)