Fairfax would have paid €93.5 million for the Bank of Ireland shares when it bought into it in 2011

Billionaire Prem Watsa’s Fairfax Financial stands to make up to €255 million from the sale of shares in Bank of Ireland. Fairfax said yesterday it wa(...)

Fairfax Financial plans to sell almost 3 per cent of Bank of Ireland.

Fairfax Financial plans to sell almost 3 per cent of Bank of Ireland according to reports late on Monday.The investment group, founded by billionaire (...)

Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd, the Canadian property and casualty insurer run by contrarian investor Prem Watsa, said it would buy Brit Plc for about(...)

Greek newly appointed finance minister Yanis Varoufakis  during a press conference after a meeting at the French Ministry of Economy and Finance of Becy in Paris, France on Sunday. Ahead of Monday’s announcement, there had  been speculation that the new government would bring in new management at some of the banks. (Photograph: ETIENNE LAURENT/EPA)

Greece’s new left-wing government will not take any actions that would hurt the share values of the country’s banks and does not plan to appoint party(...)

New York based investor Wilbur Ross secured a price of 26.5 cent for his remaining 5.5 per cent stake, yielding him €477 million. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Bank of Ireland’s shares closed down 3.2 per cent at 27.5 cent in Dublin yesterday after US billionaire Wilbur Ross sold his remaining 1.8 billion (...)

US billionaire investor Wilbur Ross surprised the markets yesterday by announcing his intention to sell his remaining 5.5 per cent stake in Bank of Ireland. Photograph: Bloomberg

US billionaire investor Wilbur Ross surprised the markets yesterday by announcing his intention to sell his remaining 5.5 per cent stake in Bank of Ir(...)

Wilbur Ross and his fellow investors have seen the value of their investment in Bank of Ireland triple in value since 2011.

The fact that Wilbur Ross and his fellow investors have seen the value of their investment in Bank of Ireland triple  since 2011 is both a cau(...)

Wilbur Ross is a big fan of Richie Boucher and his management team. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Bank of Ireland’s share price has been under pressure this week. By close of business yesterday it had declined by about 16 per cent on its clo(...)

Wilbur Ross, the US billionaire investor in struggling industries, is selling a portion of his stake in Bank of Ireland. Photo: Bloomberg

Wilbur Ross, the US billionaire investor in struggling industries, is selling a portion of his stake in Bank of Ireland, after the value of his(...)

BlackBerry is abandoning a plan to sell itself and instead will replace its chief executive officer and raise about $1 billion from institutional investors, including its largest shareholder, the smartphone maker today. Photograph: Mark Blinch/Reuters
Blackberry is not for sale

Smartphone maker BlackBerry is abandoning a plan to sell itself and instead will replace its chief executive officer and raise about $1 billion (€0(...)