Dublin City University has announced a €230million plan to expand its presence across four separate campuses in the north of the capital. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Dublin City University has announced a €230million plan to expand its presence across four separate campuses on the city’s northside. The planned dev(...)

The Central Bank has paid almost €1.8 billion to the exchequer, after increasing profits to €2.24 billion last year, according to its annual report, u(...)

The court was told how a culture grew in Nama whereby staff became “desensitised” to the confidential information they were dealing with. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

For the most part, former Nama employee Enda Farrell sat stony faced in the dock on Thursday as the sorry tale of his misdeeds dating from 2012 was ex(...)

 Kyran McLaughlin, deputy chairman of Davy and head of capital markets, told staff that Mr Smith had made the decision himself as he “wants to pursue a number of other interests at this stage in his life”

David Smith has stepped down as head of institutional equities at stockbroker Davy to pursue other career opportunities. He will leave the business af(...)

The yield on Ireland’s benchmark 10-year bonds has risen to 0.86 per cent from 0.71 per cent at the start of this month

The market interest rates on Irish government bonds are set to become more volatile over the next two months as the UK prepares to vote on whether to(...)

John Paul Scally, Ireland managing director of Lidl: sales in the Republic are “significantly more” than €1 billion. Photograph: Keith Arkins

After more than two months without a government, a third attempt to elect a taoiseach ended in failure this week as the vultures of political instabil(...)

The Treasury Building, home to the NTMA. Photo: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Ireland’s debt agency sold €750 million of bonds yesterday at a record low interest rate as investors shrugged off political uncertainty to focus on t(...)

British prime minister David Cameron campaigning against the UK leaving the EU. File photograph: Dan Kitwood/PA Wire

Ireland’s debt agency may meet low demand this week for its first bond sale since the general election, as political stalemate and fears over the UK l(...)

Following the auction, the NTMA will have completed €  4.75 billion out of its targeted funding range for the full year of between €  6 billion and €  10 billion. (Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times)

The National Treasury Management Agency plans to sell € 750 million of 10-year debt on Thursday, marking its first bond sale since the general electi(...)

State Street has a significant presence in Ireland, employing more than 2,000 people from offices in Dublin, Drogheda, Kilkenny and Naas.

US prosecutors announced charges on Tuesday against two former State Street Corp executives for scheming to defraud six clients, including the Nationa(...)