Bellinter House: Jay Bourke recently got the keys back after its operating company, DCM Hotels, vacated the premises in early January

Jay Bourke, the high-profile restaurateur and bar owner, mostly tries to keep his head down these days after an interesting couple of years. And he mo(...)

George Osborne cited ‘market turbulence’ for his decision to postpone the sale. Photograph: EPA

UK chancellor George Osborne has postponed the sale of his government’s final stake in Lloyds Banking Group, blaming turbulence in the global markets.(...)

Fianna Fáil finance spokesman Michael McGrath. Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES

Fianna Fáil has said the Government’s failure to deal with the “spiralling arrears crisis” in the sub-prime mortgage market is “disastrous” as the own(...)

The Central Bank sent letters on Tuesday  to all lenders that offered trackers, both for family homes and investment properties, from whenever they started to offer these loans up to the end of 2015.

The Central Bank of Ireland has decided to investigate all lenders who have offered tracker mortgages in Ireland to determine if customers’ rights hav(...)

Tougher Business Park: sprawling 125-acre business campus

The New York-based York Investment Corporation has outbid two other international funds and an Irish businessman to buy Tougher Business Park on the (...)

124/126 St Stephen’s Green:  Indeed is initially to rent 5,574sq m (60,000sq ft) on the third, fourth, fifth and sixth floors. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Recruitment website Indeed. com is to relocate its Irish operation to a high-profile modern office building next to the Fitzwilliam Hotel at 124/127 S(...)

‘Distressed’ property: Cerberus specialises in buying loans at heavy discounts secured against properties whose value has fallen dramatically. Photograph: Garry O’Neill

While it is not known yet whether US company Cerberus intends using the Republic as a base from which to manage the £13 billion (€18.5 billion(...)

 A much-delayed report into what went wrong in the run-up to the collapse of HBOS has heaped severe criticism on its former bosses. Photograph: Dave Thompson/PA Wire

It’s five years since the plug was pulled on the Bank of Scotland (Ireland) operation by Lloyds Banking Group, having racked up £10.9 billion (€15.53m(...)

Up to 10 former senior managers of the Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS) could be banned from working in financial services following the publication on(...)

Report questions the risk assessment behind BOSI’s rapid expansion Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The decision to aggressively expand Bank of Scotland Ireland’s branch network from the beginning of 2006 was a “blueprint for rapid uncontrolled growt(...)