Above,  Michael Collins  in London for the treaty negotiations  in December 1921. Photograph:  Topical Press Agency/Getty Images

Michael Collins was many things, but he was no trailblazing feminist. However, judging by the speech delivered at Beal na Blá last weekend by the Mini(...)

Bill Kyle, chief executive of Irish Life. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Irish Life continued to grow its business in the second quarter of the year, contributing €45 million to its parent company Great-West Lifeco’s profi(...)

Some €323m was invested in the Dublin commercial property market in Q2 with prime offices making up 64 per cent of the total

Turnover in the Irish commercial property market was €671 million in Q2, down 30 per cent on Q1, according to the latest research from BNP Paribas Rea(...)

Pro-choice ...  members of the Bolivian feminist group ‘Mujeres Creando’ (‘Women Creating’) dressed as nuns protest  outside the Cathedral of La Paz ahead of the recent visit of Pope Francis. Photograph:   EPA/ABI Handout

On April 24th last, four campaigners sat in at the El Salvador embassy in Washington and invited the authorities to arrest them. Their aim was to high(...)

Dunnes chief executive Margaret Heffernan: sales are rising at the supermarket group

Dunnes Stores headquarters must feel like a Berlin bunker these days, the company is in the wars that often. Meanwhile, the company’s in-house legal t(...)

17-19 The Anchorage: sale of the quayside property for €26 million at a yield of just 4.3 per cent is indicative of how much prime yields have tightened

Investor spend in the Irish commercial property investment market in the second quarter of 2015 was split almost 50/50 between Dublin and the province(...)

St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre in Dublin: to undergo a change of ownership and a shake-up. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Dublin’s Stephen’s Green shopping centre is about to undergo a change of ownership and a shake-up. Majority owner Irish Life, with a 73 per cent st(...)

Frascati shopping centre in Blackrock, Co Dublin: Invesco will pay about €68 million for the centre. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Ownership of yet another Dublin shopping centre is about to change hands. Invesco, the American investment management company, has agreed to pay in (...)

A Garda investigation is under way in relation to life insurance policies worth €2.2m taken out on a woman who drowned in India last year, the Commerc(...)

George’s Dock 2 in Dublin’s IFSC: the building comes with 40 car parking spaces as well as a third-generation fit-out including raised access floors, suspended ceiling and recessed lighting

Irish Life will have the option to upgrade George’s Dock 2 (GD2), a high-profile office building at the entrance to Dublin’s International Financial S(...)