Brian O’Donnell  outside the Four Courts  after a High Court hearing. Photograph: Courts Collins

A judge will have to decide whether solicitor Brian O’Donnell and his wife Mary Patricia may proceed with a counter-claim over Bank of Ireland’s tresp(...)

‘There would almost certainly be numerous specific impacts on consumers.’ Photograph: Thinkstock

There is going to be a lot of talk about “Brexit” over the next 12 months or so, and the impact a British exit from the EU would have on Ireland. (...)

Former taoiseach and minister for finance Brian Cowen appearing at the Banking Inquiry on Thursday, July 2nd, 2015. Photograph: Oireachtas TV

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) was instructed by Brian Cowen to deposit money with Irish banks in late 2007 and early 2008, it emerged(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan set a deadline – July 1st – for the banks to clarify their intentions about lowering their standard variable mortg(...)

 Monaghan Shopping Centre  has a guide price of €10.1 million and a rental income of €1,050,000

Another provincial shopping centre is to be offered for sale as a buyer is sought for the formidable Monaghan Shopping Centre, which has been trading(...)

Treasuries advanced with the yen and gold as the market fell and investors sought haven assets. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Stock markets around the world wobbled yesterday on concerns that Greece would exit the euro. By 3pm in New York, US stocks had declined the most sin(...)

Michael Lowry (centre) with Mar Kare Gustad of Telenor Mobile, Noway, and Denis O’Brien (right), in 1995.  O’Brien plans to float Digicel in New York. Photograph: Eric Luke

Dramatic disclosures about a possible payment to former communications minister Michael Lowry created a secret crisis in the run-up to Denis O’Brie(...)

Thousands have taken to the streets of Dublin to celebrate the annual Dublin LGBTQ Pride Parade. Rainbow flags and balloons were in evidence as dancer(...)

Shares erased a decline of as much as 0.8 per cent after an official said Greece’s creditors proposed a five-month extension to the aid programme and €15.5 billion in disbursements to help seal a debt agreement. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

European stocks were little changed, after swinging between gains and losses, as investors weighed the possibility of a successful outcome to last- d(...)

Ryanair had another electric day, closing up 0.6 per cent at a new record high of €12.34. The airline has been enjoying a strong week on the back of positive sentiment around its future earnings

European stocks extended a sell-off as the region’s leaders differed on how Greek talks were progressing. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index lost 0.2 per c(...)