Seán Quinn jnr and his sister Colette Quinn. Photograph: David Sleator.

A judge will rule later on an application by members of the family of Seán Quinn for orders permitting them to cross-examine Irish Bank Resolution (...)

A worker at the Andor Technology factory based in Belfast. The company was acquired by Oxford Instruments last year

Oxford Instruments, the London-listed tech company, which acquired Belfast-based Andor Technology last year, warned of a nearly 26 per cent fall in f(...)

 The queue outside JD SPorts on Henry street during the Christmas sales. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Retailer JD Sports said it was on course to beat annual profit expectations as it posted a bumper 12 per cent rise in like-for-like sales over the C(...)

Activity in the Irish services sector expanded again in December, with the rate of job creation hitting the highest level on record, suggesting moment(...)

Manufacturing technicians at Intel’s Clean Room at Intel’s manufacturing facility in Leixlip. Ireland’s manufacturing sector continued to strengthen during December, supported by accelerated rates of growth in new orders and output. (Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times)

Ireland’s manufacturing sector continued to strengthen during December, supported by accelerated rates of growth in new orders and output.According to(...)

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said the volume of goods bought at British stores last month jumped by 6.4 per cent from November 2013

British retail sales surged at their fastest annual rate in more than a decade last month, as US-style “Black Friday” discounts drove record sales gro(...)

Interest rates are at historic lows in Europe and savers are feeling the pinch. But, chastened by their experiences over the past few years, Irish sav(...)

Activity in the services sector, which covers businesses from banks to hotels, expanded rapidly in November. Photo: Bloomberg

Irish services sector activity expanded rapidly in November, a survey showed on Wednesday, suggesting that the economy will finish the year with solid(...)

A worker wearing protective gloves separates the copper master disc, left, from a nickel stamper disc in the electroplating bath, used during the manufacturing process of vinyl records by GZ Media. Photographer: Martin Divisek/Bloomberg

Irish manufacturing bucked the trend across Europe posting another strong set of numbers for November as exporters saw new orders flood in at the fast(...)

 Shoppers pass a store offering Black Friday sales on Oxford Street in London, Britain. Police have been called to various supermarkets across Britain after chaos broke out during ‘Black Friday’ late night shopping. Photo: EPA/ANDY RAIN

Retail sales have again bucked the trend of positive indicators surrounding the economy, registering a 0.7 per cent drop in October, primarily on the (...)