A model presents a creation from the Bora Aksu Spring/Summer 2015 collection during London Fashion Week today. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters.

“The future of fashion is digital” according to Natalie Massenet , chairman of the British Fashion Counci, at the launch of  London Fashion We(...)

Dr Peter Fitzgerald, managing director Randox Laboratories said the new trade agreement was a matter of “great pride” for the firm. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Randox Laboratories, the Northern Ireland-headquartered, clinical diagnostics company, is to create 30 new production jobs at its Donegal subsidiary R(...)

Soon to be World Cup winning England manager Alf Ramsey issues instructions as internationals Ray Wilson and Alan Ball (centre) toy with the ball while captain Bobby Moore listens attentively; The Irish Times eulogises the famous victory. photograph: pa

Before his untimely death in 1993, Ronnie Whelan snr was apt to recall that growing up in Cabra on Dublin’s north side, he was never regarded as the b(...)

Peter Fitzgerald, sales director for Google UK, said there was no reason why Irish retailers couldn’t become major exporters and exploit opportunities in the fast-growing, mobile-driven $1 trillion ecommerce sector.

Google is holding an event for more than 150 advertisers and agencies in its Dublin headquarters today in a bid to convince Irish companies that they (...)

Managing director Dr Peter Fitzgerald, pictured with Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster, founded Randox in 1982 with six people. It now employs 1,200, chiefly in Antrim and Donegal, but also across a growing network of sales offices in such places as Brazil and China. Photograph: Simon Graham/Harrison Photography

Timing is everything in business. For some companies it creates the line that stands between success and failure. But for Dr Peter Fitzgerald, it is m(...)

David Drumm argues that a misleading picture is being created by the Anglo recordings as they do not include conversations he and other Anglo executives had with the Financial Regulator, the Department of Finance and the Central Bank. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The latest snippets of conversation from the “Anglo tapes” over the weekend widened the range of characters and topics in the affair.They also served (...)

Last week’s Anglo tape revelations shone a spotlight on the existence of internal recordings of private telephone conversations in the finance sector (...)

Anti-austerity campaigners (from left) Joe Murphy Margo McGrory and Philip McFadden filed a formal criminal complaint at Buncrana Garda station over the behaviour of former Anglo Irish Bank executives.

Three anti-austerity campaigners have filed a formal complaint with gardai over the behaviour of former senior Anglo Irish Bank executives. Donegal(...)

Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar who said he was struck by ‘the arrogance, the avarice and the absolute contempt for the public authorities’ displayed by some executives at Anglo Irish Bank. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Revelations of the behaviour and attitude of Anglo-Irish Bank executives before and after the introduction of the bank guarantee in September 2008 wer(...)

According to the Wall Street Journal, the Government is “determined” to unleash an inquiry in the wake of the latest revelations.

International reaction to the Anglo tapes scandal was mounting yesterday with media outlets pointing to an Irish government “suckered” or “hoodwinked”(...)