The sale of Aer Lingus is  being discussed by the Cabinet on Tuesday, Taoiseach Enda Kenny said. Fine Gael and Labour believe they have won significant concessions from IAG in relation to  the proposal. 3:13

Aer Lingus CEO Stephen Kavanagh has told the Minister for Transport he does not foresee compulsory redundancies or outsourcing of jobs in the event of(...)

Rainer Neske, expected departure said to be due to a disagreement over the bank’s future direction, German media reported. Photograph: Lisi Niesner/Reuters

The head of Deutsche Bank’s retail banking unit is poised to step down, just weeks after Germany’s biggest bank unveiled a new strategy that will invo(...)

In Dublin, Aer Lingus stock was up slightly but Ryanair fell by 1.8% as speculation about an IAG bid returns. Photograph: Eric Luke

The dollar bounced back from four-month lows, while Greek bond yields jumped on worries the country would not be able to make its debt payments.Wall (...)

Bayer cited the strengthening of most major currencies against the euro, including the US dollar, Chinese yuan and Swiss franc, for better outlook.  Picture: Bloomberg

Bayer raised its full-year forecast for profit and sales, citing “much more favorable” foreign exchange rates. The company’s earnings before interest,(...)

Brady Dougan is set to be succeeded as  chief executive of Credit Suisse by  Tidjane Thiam. Photograph: Jerome Favre/Bloomberg

Credit Suisse’s first-quarter net profit rose 23 per cent, exceeding analysts’ expectations, after market volatility boosted securities trading and on(...)

Rohan Holdings paid €6.5 million for the former McConnells Advertising headquarters overlooking the Grand Canal at Charlemont Place in Dublin 2 Rohan Holdings paid €6.5 million for the former McConnells Advertising headquarters overlooking the Grand Canal at Charlemont Place in Dublin 2

With relatively few office developments under way in Dublin’s central business district despite signs of a shortfall of top-quality space, Rohan Ho(...)

Johnny Ronan was one of the highest profile developers during the property boom that ultimately led to the Republic’s financial crash in 2008.

US firm Colony Capital and UK-based M&G Investments are funding developer Johnny Ronan’s exit from the National Asset Management Agency (Nama).Ron(...)

JLL says 95 per cent of investment transactions in Q1 were for Dublin assets while 93 per cent of total volumes were for offices with retail at 4 per cent and mixed-use at 2 per cent. Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES

New research from agent JLL suggests the Irish property investment market got off to a solid start this year with almost €1 billion transacted in Q1, (...)

Credit Suisse bank in Bern. The bank said on Friday that it sees no material exposure to investigations into the rigging of currency and interest-rate benchmarks.

Credit Suisse is facing a €3 billion- suit in Italy as prosecutors probe the lender in a separate case, a sign litigation risks haven’t abated since a(...)

One Grand Parade: six-storey block with 2,929 sq m (31,534 sq ft) of office space and a basement car park with 15 spaces

Credit Suisse has purchased a relatively new office investment overlooking the Grand Canal in Dublin 6. The fund has paid €18.1 million for One Grand(...)