Minister of State at the Department of Finance Simon Harris confirmed the negotiations between the Quinn family and Anglo had collapsed and the case would “likely be settled by the courts”. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

CIARÁN HANCOCK The Quinn family and Anglo Irish Bank will go back to court next month after a deal to settle their multibillion-euro dispute fell thr(...)

Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan: ‘The Central Bank’s work focused on the integrity of IBRC governance processes and controls.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Central Bank inquiry into the sale of Siteserv to Denis O’Brien by IBRC followed “allegations” made about the transaction, according to governo(...)

Minister for Finance: Catherine Murphy TD should not have had to use Freedom of Information legislation to get answers that Michael Noonan avoided giving to her repeated parliamentary questions. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Siteserv controversy is a dreadful own goal by the Government. We now await the outcome of the investigation conducted by Kieran Wallace and Eamon(...)

Ireland’s economy is still showing the scars of the financial crisis and will need to be managed very carefully, Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan(...)

A High Court injunction application by Denis O’Brien’s against RTÉ over a proposed broadcast report in relation to  the businessman’s private banking affairs has been adjourned until May 12th.

Businessman Denis O’Brien’s injunction application against RTÉ over a proposed broadcast report on his private banking affairs has been adjourned in(...)

 Alex White: deputised for Tánaiste Joan  Burton at Opposition Leaders’ Questions. Photograph: Alan Betson

Government and Opposition took exception to the line of questioning at a heated Opposition Leaders’ Questions.The chamber came to life, despite the cl(...)

An RTÉ News report concerning the banking relationship between Denis O’Brien and Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC), which has prompted a Hig(...)

Patrick Honohan: has decided to step down at the end of the year

He was the man who told the nation about our entry into the EU-IMF bailout programme while the government was still in denial but Patrick Honohan wil(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny said: “From any moral point of view, from any ethical point of view, when banks are now restructured and on their way to making profit again, it is just not acceptable that when they themselves can borrow at much cheaper rates, that they continue to have higher rates applied to mortgage holders.” Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

Taoiseach Enda Kenny says it is “wrong” and “not acceptable behaviour” for banks not to pass on interest rate cuts on their standard variable rate mor(...)

Denis O’Brien is seeking a High Court injunction against RTÉ. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Businessman Denis O’Brien is seeking a High Court injunction against RTÉ preventing what he says is a planned broadcast report about certain details i(...)