Block 4, Richview Office Park in Clonskeagh, Dublin 14

Two office investments and an industrial estate in three different Dublin suburbs are to be offered for sale from today at an overall guide price of (...)

Dundrum centre: a bid from US real estate group Hines and the Kuwait Investment Authority is vying with an offer from Allianz Real Estate and Hammerson. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The National Asset Management Agency was last night weighing bids from two groups of international investors for Project Jewel, a portfolio of loans t(...)

2 Custom House Plaza:   will give new owners an attractive net initial return of 6.60 per cent

The strong interest by Irish and overseas funds in welllocated office blocks in Dublin’s maturing IFSC is expected to continue with agents Lisney tod(...)

Sarah McSharry enjoys the ambiance on Culture Night. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw 3:07

Cities and towns across Ireland came alive as more than 350,000 people gathers to celebrate Culture Night and peek behind closed doors. There were at(...)

Women continue to underperform men in terms of pensions savings, with men accounting for about 70 per cent of all of Irish Life’s customers.

Residents of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown in south county Dublin are saving the most for their pension, according to an analysis by Irish Life, with an ave(...)

Nexvet chief executive Dr Mark Heffernan

Animal healthcare group Nexvet Biopharma has bought a biologics manufacturing plant in Tullamore in a move that it expects will deliver 30 jobs over t(...)

Computer-generated image of the redeveloped former Aer Lingus HQ at Dublin Airport

ESB International (ESBI) is to consider relocating its head office from St Stephen’s Green in Dublin city centre to the former Aer Lingus head office(...)

Tableau chief executive and co-founder Christian Chabot

Tableau Software, a Seattle-headquartered firm which develops business intelligence products, has said it hopes to grow its workforce in Ireland to ov(...)

Mr O’Connor said banks were often relying on personal guarantees from borrowers which proved to have no value.

A partner at Pricewaterhouse Coopers has told the Dáil’s banking inquiry that €8-10 billion a day in deposits were being withdrawn from Irish banks in(...)

David Went, former Group Chief Executive of Irish Life and Permanent arrives for the Banking Inquiry  at Leinster House, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The former chief executive of Irish Life & Permanent plc accepts that the funding model in place at the end of 2006, just months before his retire(...)