JP Morgan Chase , HSBC Holdings and Credit Agricole, after months of delay, will answer a European Union antitrust complaint alleging they conspired to rig Euribor rates, according to sources.

JP Morgan Chase , HSBC Holdings and Credit Agricole, after months of delay, will answer a European Union antitrust complaint alleging they conspired (...)

A pedestrian walks past a money exchange bureau with a board displaying the exchange rate of the US dollar

Global regulators imposed penalties totalling $3.4 billion on five major banks, including UBS, HSBC and Citigroup on Wednesday in a landmark settleme(...)

The PwC office in Luxembourg: The leaked documents reviewed by ICIJ involve deals negotiated by PricewaterhouseCoopers, one of the world’s largest accounting firms, on behalf of hundreds of corporate clients.

Pepsi, IKEA, FedEx and 340 other international companies have secured secret deals from Luxembourg, allowing many of them to slash their global tax bi(...)

Gay Byrne: the former Late Late Show host invested in several properties in the Dublin docklands and as well as a hotel in Budapest.Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) has launched a multimillion- euro legal action against the broadcaster Gay Byrne and members of his family, r(...)

Wagon trains of German rail operator Deutsche Bahn (DB) are seen at a freight railway station in the western city of Hagen . Photograph: Ina Fassbender/Reuters

A second day of weak German data sent European markets into retreat today with stocks, the euro and periphery euro zone government debt all knocked by(...)

 Peter Hancock at AIG in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Peter Hancock bounds up the front steps of the Merrion Hotel in Dublin and offers a warm handshake. The global chief executive of American Internation(...)

Eircom ran into a wall with institutional investors as its highly paid advisers Goldman Sachs, Rothschild and JP Morgan quietly sounded them out regarding an IPO. Photograph: Eric Luke

Common sense appears to have prevailed at Eircom, with the scrapping yesterday of its flotation plans. When it first announced back in April th(...)

Fyffes’s executive chairman  met with several large institutional shareholders of Chiquita, in an effort to convince them that the merger would be a better long-term bet for the US company than the rival cash bid from companies associated with Joseph Safra and José Luis Cutrale.  Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

David McCann, the executive chairman of the banana distributor Fyffes, travelled to the US this week to appeal directly to major Chiquita shareholders(...)

U2 will be appearing at the 10am (6pm Irish time) launch of Apple’s new iPhone 6 in Cupertino, California, with their new album being available for streaming exclusively on the phone. Photograph: Getty 0:34

U2 are in Cupertino, California, for the much-anticipated launch of Apple’s new iPhone 6 on Tuesday, The Irish Times can confirm.It’s understood the (...)

A woman is reflected on the glass wall of a BMW showroom in central Beijing. An anti-trust probe into global auto makers is being cheered on by car dealers in China, who say that companies such as Audi and Mercedes-Benz have been exploiting their dominance to boost profits. Photograph: Jason Lee/Reuters

Beijing has been sunny and warm, with pollution running at manageable levels, but the mood among foreign companies operating in China is decidedly dar(...)