US billionaire investor Wilbur Ross surprised the markets yesterday by announcing his intention to sell his remaining 5.5 per cent stake in Bank of Ireland. Photograph: Bloomberg

US billionaire investor Wilbur Ross surprised the markets yesterday by announcing his intention to sell his remaining 5.5 per cent stake in Bank of Ir(...)

KBC is the first bank here to avail of the so-called “customer mobility” measure, which allows competitors of a certain scale to promote their products to Bank of Ireland customers.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Bank of Ireland has allowed rival KBC to promote its current account products to 350,000 personal customers under the terms of a restructuring (...)

Dualway chief executive David McConn, with one the group’s red buses.

Irish bus operator Dualway is investing €4.5 million to expand its business this year to capture an expected (...)

Who runs Ireland?

THE POLITICIANS ENDA KENNY Taoiseach Kenny holds the most powerful political position in the land. He is chief of the Cabinet, has the f(...)

Mossy Quinn was a member of the Dublin squad that won the Sam Maguire in 2011

The Dublin GAA county board has appointed former football star Tomás Quinn as commercial manager. Mossy Quinn, as he is known, will be charged with li(...)

One analyst asked why Simon Lee’s resignation as group chief executive had been accepted, but the scandal created such difficulties for RSA, his position was probably untenable

Blame it on the Paddies, seemed to be the message yesterday from UK-based insurer RSA about the mess at its Irish subsidiary that has put a £200 milli(...)

 Hume House, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4: It was acquired by Seán  Dunne in 2006 for €130 million and is regarded as the most expensive property deal in Ireland on a price-per-acre basis

The National Asset Management Agency has agreed the sale of four office buildings in Dublin for a combined €165 million, which would represent a premi(...)

Minister for  Finance Michael Noonan: “Further consideration will be given as to how best to utilise the proceeds having regard to the NTMA’s debt-management plan and the future profile of our cash balances.” Photograph: Francois Lenoir

The cash raised through the sale of the State’s preference shares in Bank of Ireland will be used as a buffer to help fund the exchequer next near fo(...)

The Irish arm of Australian financial group Pepper Asset Servicing made an operational profit of €1.2 million in the first three months after it took over a major portfolio of mortgages from GE Capital Woodchester Home Loans Ltd.

The Irish arm of Australian financial group Pepper Asset Servicing made an operational profit of €1.2 million in the first three months after it took (...)

NTMA Chief Executive John Corrigan

One of the key issues facing Ireland post bailout is whether we can achieve regular access to capital markets at sustainable interest rates to enable (...)