Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary at a press conference. File photograph: Niall Carson/PA

Ryanair boss Michael O’Learycut a contrite figure at a press conference in Dublin yesterday as he sought to calm the anger over the manner in which th(...)

An office building containing the London HQ  of Bell Pottinger: the disgraced firm is now fighting for survival amid a mass exodus of clients and staff. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters

Bank of Ireland has become the latest corporate client, and the first big Irish name, to sever ties with embattled UK public relations firm Bell Potti(...)

Fashion tops the list of online purchases, at 59 per cent, followed by electrical goods on 39 per cent and books and stationery at 38 per cent. Photograph: Eva Katalin Kondoros/iStock

Are we facing into a retail apocalypse? The US certainly seems to be; over the past 15 years, close to half a million jobs have been lost in departmen(...)

Bank of Ireland’s chief executive of eight and a half years, Richie Boucher, is preparing to retire early next month, to be succeeded by HSBC executive Francesca McDonagh

Bank of Ireland is in advanced talks to sell its IBI Corporate Finance unit to management at the State’s leading dealmaking firm. Sources have told T(...)

Financials fell in Europe on Friday with AIB said to be causing the downward trend in Ireland. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

Ireland’s benchmark index closed lower on Friday dragged down by financials in line with a broader European trend. The story was similar in the UK whe(...)

Applegreen: closed at a 52-week high of €5.80 after announcing its first dividend payment to shareholders. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Markets rallied on Tuesday as investors’ fears about the impact of Hurricane Irma and the nuclear stand-off with North Korea eased. DUBLIN Service s(...)

Bank of Ireland said that research it commissioned among US-based small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) highlights that many are looking for more efficient and cost-effective ways to make intenational payments.

Bank of Ireland’s global markets unit has signed a deal with London-based financial technology (fintech) company WorldFirst to provide a foreign excha(...)

Bank of Ireland’s first issuance of junior debt by its new holding company is expected to carry an interest rate of between 3.55 per cent and 3.60 per cent, according to analysts at Investec in Dublin.

Bank of Ireland raised about €750 million through the sale of the first batch of junior debt from its new holding company, which was set up under new (...)

Trinity College’s incubator programme has produced 220 entrepreneurs that have raised €2.1 billion in private equity, said John Whelan, director of Blackstone LaunchPad and LaunchBox at TCD. Photograph: The Irish Times

Entrepreneurship has a place in modern universities, but should not be an overriding philosophy for how a university is run, according to a panel on F(...)

Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher at home in Dublin: “I was a crisis leader and we came through it with a strong bank.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

In 23 days, Richie Boucher will take his leave of Bank of Ireland after 14 years, 8½ of them in the public eye as chief executive. There has been no (...)