74 Grand Street: New York’s Board of Standards and Appeals raised concerns about size of the backyard proposed for a new five-storey building.

Lawyers for a development company controlled by the son of bankrupt builder Seán Dunne ha(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny marches up 5th avenue during the St Patrick’s Day parade in New York. Photograph: Shannon Stapleton/Reuters.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny missed a demonstration by a gay rights group along the St Patrick’s Day route in New York City protesting against the ban (...)

Dorian S. Nakamoto, identified by Newsweek magazine as the founder of Bitcoin, speaks to members of the media as he arrives home in Temple City, California. Photograph: Jonathan Alcorn/Bloomberg 1:31

A Japanese American man thought to be the reclusive multi-millionaire father of Bitcoin emerged from a modest Southern California home and denied i(...)

There’s a compelling melancholy in this second album from New York producer Francis Harris, written as a tribute to his late mother. (The death of (...)

Darryl Kavanagh lists debts of $9.5 million due to Bank of Scotland (Ireland) and $8 million to the State loans agency, the National Asset Management Agency, through debt acquired from Bank of Ireland.

A Waterford property developer, publican and nightclub owner has filed for bankruptcy in the United States with debts of $23.4 million (€17 million).D(...)

Quarterback Craig Morton of the Dallas Cowboys circa 1968.

Former star quarterback Craig Morton sued the NFL in US District Court in northern California on Tuesday, accusing the league of deliberately hiding i(...)