Despite any nefarious connotations associated with gambling, as well as the resulting comparisons people might make with its recent decision to go full-crypto, the Isle of Man has nonetheless chosen to dip its toes into another financial area which still has questions to answer.

While bitcoin is attractive because of its inherent decentralised nature, it has struggled to be perceived as a legitimate currency, given the lack of(...)

Dublin Business School  on Aungier Street, South Great George’s Street, was bought by SW3 Capital for €10 million

The London-based SW3 Capital has added two more Dublin office investments to its portfolio. It has bought Dublin Business School (DBS) on Aungier Str(...)

Protesters wave mobile phones as they sing during a rally blocking the main road to the financial central district in Hong Kong. Photograph: Bobby Yip/Reuters

Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters blocked Hong Kong streets in the early hours of today, maintaining pressure on China as it faces one of (...)

 Policemen resting at the end of the first day of the mass civil disobedience campaign Occupy Central, in Hong Kong. Photograph: EPA

Hong Kong democracy protesters defied volleys of tear gas and police baton charges to stand firm in the centre of the global financial hub today, one (...)

A customer counts currency inside a currency exchange shop in Kolkata. The rupee  has fallen by some 20 per cent since May. Photograph: Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters.

The Indian rupee slid back towards a record low today, with investors braced for a statement on the state of economy from prime minister Manmohan Sin(...)

Business information systems and cloud computing courses are in high demand and have excellent career prospects

Tell me about DBS Independent third-level institution with over 9,000 students. Located in Dublin city centre with main campus sites on Aungier Street(...)

India’s economic growth began a feeble recovery at the tail end of a 2012 fiscal year that saw the slowest expansion in a decade, providing little rel(...)