The recognition of Cantor’s ISE stake gives the first real insight into the valuation of the stock exchange in Temple Bar, which is owned by five Dublin stockbroking firms including Cantor

Cantor Fitzgerald Ireland, which was previously Dolmen stockbrokers, has valued its 8.4 per cent stake in the Irish Stock Exchange at more than €9.5 m(...)

AIB’s headquarters in Ballsbridge. The bank said on Monday it will hold an egm on December 16th  to seek shareholder approval for its new capital reorganisation plan. (Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES)

AIB shareholders are to vote on the bank’s new capital re-organisation, which will see the value of their shareholding in the bank almost wiped out, (...)

Financial traders work at their desks underneath a display of the DAX Index curve at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in Germany

European shares steadied near three month highs on Friday, with a benchmark index set for its best week in a month, though the rally was held in check(...)

British discount retailer Poundland warned of volatile trading in the run up to Christmas after its first-half profit fell by more than a quarter.

British discount retailer Poundland warned of volatile trading in the run up to Christmas after its first-half profit fell by more than a quarter, ham(...)

Eugene Smyth, investment manager with Dublin BIC, which manages the AIB Seed Capital Fund, and Paul Glynn, chief executive of Davra Networks

Irish Internet of Things company Davra Networks plans to create 20 new jobs next year after securing an investment of €1.5 million. The funding comes(...)

The bank said on Tuesday it plans to consolidate stock on a 1-for-250 basis

AIB plunged in Dublin trading as the lender prepares to cut the number of shares it has in issue by more than 99 per cent in an reorganization of its (...)

AIB is also planning to issue about €500m in additional Tier 1 capital, probably by the year end. Photograph: The Irish Times

The way things are shaping up, tomorrow could prove to be an important milestone in the history of AIB’s reprivatisation. Today, three investor relat(...)

Number 4-5 Harcourt Road, Dublin 2 where Green Reit expects to obtain a full grant of planning to demolish the existing building in the coming weeks and to construct a new building of c.45,000 square feet, commencing with demolition of the existing building early in 2016 and completing the new building in H2 2017.

Green Reit’s move into development is progressing well, the property investment company said on Monday, noting that it is now on site in four of its (...)

Tullow said the business remained well funded with unutilised debt capacity and free cash expected to be approximately $1.7 billion at the year end

Tullow Oil has said it expects to generate $1 billion (€93m) in pre-tax operating cash this year and for net debt to be at $4.2 billion (€3.9bn). The(...)

The Government has announced  measures to help boost housing supply, including using the National Asset Management Agency to help oil the wheels, but the Central Bank has so far resisted calls from Minister for Finance Michael Noonan to reconsider its new mortgage lending rules. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The near 5 per cent uplift in Permanent TSB’s share price in Dublin on Tuesday indicated that its third-quarter trading statement was well received by(...)