Students on UCD campus in Belfield . Photograph: Frank Miller/Irish Times

Allied Irish Banks is to partner University College Dublin in a new initiative aimed at translating scholarship into social and economic innovation.Th(...)

Allied Irish Banks is planning to sell its first junior bonds since imposing €5 billion of losses on holders of its riskiest debt, according to source(...)

The ESRI estimated that the total number of mortgage loans in negative equity peaked at 314,000 in late 2012

Rising property prices, particularly in Dublin, are lifting thousands of households out of negative equity, according to new research.A study by the E(...)

Mark Bourke, CFO, AIB and David Duffy, CEO, of AIB. Photograph: Shane O’Neill /Fennell Photography

AIB chief executive David Duffy believes the bank will successfully return all of the €20.8 billion in bailout funds that it has received from the Sta(...)

David Duffy, chief executive of AIB: “It really depends on the developers and how quickly they can mobilise their resources. We would like to see significant traction in 2015.” Photograph: Eric Luke

AIB is in talks with six property developers about providing finance to build more than 5,000 homes in the greater Dublin area, in a bid to kick-st(...)

AIB chief operating officer Mark Bourke and chief executive David Duffy yesterday. Photograph:  Shane O’Neill /  Fennell Photography

AIB’s head office in Ballsbridge, Dublin, was bathed in glorious sunshine yesterday, allowing the bank to bask in the glow of a stellar set of resu(...)

AIB chairman David Hodgkinson told shareholders that a “simplified and strengthened capital structure will better enable a return to shareholders as well as helping to meet regulatory requirements”. Photograph: Dave Meehan

AIB went to the Commercial Court yesterday to seek permission to reduce its share capital by €5 billion to create distributable reserves. It was the f(...)

AIB chairman David Hodgkinson told shareholders today that the bank intends to repay the €20.8 billion in bailout funds that it has received from the (...)

One French question was about snowy mountains

Technology and tablets were popular themes among this year’s exam setters with iPad-type issues appearing on both the Junior and Leaving Cert French (...)

The Twittersphere was abuzz with students trying to guess what the morning’s higher level French exam would hold in store. Those who predicted topi(...)