Shane Murphy and Darragh Kirby and pitched online group travel and activity booking platform, Groopeze. Photo:  Shane O’Neill.

Turning gaps in the market into business opportunities was the theme at the AIB Start-up Night in Dublin last night. Guest speaker Jennie M(...)

COP21: Ireland has the advantage of exploiting renewable energy and not producing fossil fuels. Photograph: John Giles/PA Wire

There are no jobs on a dead planet. David Begg, former general secretary of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions summarised things neatly when (...)

AIB is reorganising its financial structure in advance of an IPO Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

AIB has successfully raised €500 million in additional Tier 1 capital following strong demand from investors. The coupon for the initial fixe(...)

Sherry FitzGerald has set its sights on Sandymount village in the heart of Dublin 4

Sherry FitzGerald continues its charge on the Dublin market with further expansion plans. The agency has set its sights on Sandymount village in th(...)

115 Grafton Street: new tenant will trade out of 162sq m (1,746sq ft) on the ground floor and 91sq m (987sq ft) at mezzanine level. The basement area is to be used for storage.

The bottom section of Dublin’s Grafton Street is to get a shot in the arm with the letting of the former Spar shop to the fast growing GlenAran compan(...)

The health insurer paid €6.4 million in wages and salaries to its 114 staff last year, with total staff remuneration running to €10m

Aviva Health paid a dividend of €11 million to its shareholders in 2014, according to accounts just filed by the Irish company. The health insurer, w(...)

AIB’s headquarters in Ballsbridge. The bank said on Monday it will hold an egm on December 16th  to seek shareholder approval for its new capital reorganisation plan. (Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES)

AIB shareholders are to vote on the bank’s new capital re-organisation, which will see the value of their shareholding in the bank almost wiped out, (...)

Sir Anthony O’Reilly (right) with his son Gavin O’Reilly, pictured in 2008. Photograph: Alan Betson.

A meeting of creditors of Sir Anthony O’Reilly to see if a formal deal can be reached on the sale of his assets and the division of the proceeds is l(...)

Draft report of the banking inquiry described as “not fit for purpose”.

At weekends, Government buildings are usually as silent and deserted as the Overlook Hotel in the film The Shining. But one such building, Agricultur(...)

A gamble on AIB that may pay off

Once Ireland’s largest bank, AIB was one of the biggest casualties of the financial crash. It was rescued by the State, which invested €20.8 billion b(...)