Latest accounts for Covestone Asset Management Ltd show its accumulated losses since it was set up in 2010 amounted to €702,359.

Dublin-based Covestone Asset Management expects to break even this year and to make its first full-year profit in 2015, its founder and director Do(...)

Vince McCarthy and Ellen Byrne from the Festival of Curiosity who will operate a pop-up curiosity lab during Science Week. Photograph: Alan Betson

The public have been invited to have fun in an interactive science playground being set up as one of the many events taking place during Science Week (...)

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. The fund run by Covestone beat rival funds managed by much larger financial institutions such as Davy, Irish Life, Merrion, Bank of Ireland, Ulster Bank and Zurich. Photograph: Reuters

A fund run by Dublin-based wealth manager Covestone has delivered a 31 per cent return for its investors to the end of August, since it launched in Ju(...)

The Bulgari store by the Spanish Steps in Rome. Last year, the company’s Irish unit was investigated by Italian authorities. Photograph: Giuseppe Cacace/AFP/Getty Images

Apple and Google are names regularly cited when it comes to using Ireland for aggressive tax planning, but the practice is open to a much wider range (...)

Dublin law firm Matheson  on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay. A series of European law firms are aggressively pitching low corporate taxes in their countries to prospective US clients.

A series of European law firms are aggressively pitching low corporate taxes in their countries to prospective US clients, seeking to tap into the tax(...)

The original complaint, taken by Austrian law student Max Schrems (above) against Irish Data Protection Commissioner Billy Hawkes (below), argues that the DPC took the wrong decision in refusing to investigate whether Schrems’s Facebook data was given adequate protection

Trade between companies in the United States and Europe could end up a casualty of a Facebook data lawsuit referred by the Irish High Court to the (...)

The Supreme Court has ruled that the wife and children of businessman Philip Lynch are entitled to a further hearing to determine whether AIB is entit(...)

The United States’s oldest and largest private bank, Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH), is to rent most of the former MOP office building on Herbert St(...)

The State currently owns 99.8 per cent of AIB, 99.2 per cent of PTSB and about 15 per cent of Bank of Ireland. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Department of Finance is looking to hire consultants to advise it on strategic options for the State’s shareholdings in AIB, Bank of Ireland and P(...)

The April decision by the ECJ to throw out Europe’s 2006 Data Retention Directive as well as the more recent ruling that Google is a data controller subject to national data protection laws in Europe which also can be forced to remove limited types of content on request, indicated the EU will prioritise personal privacy over certain business or government security arguments

In the wake of recent European Court of Justice decisions on privacy, and ongoing, divergent debates in the US and EU over net neutrality and copyrigh(...)