People watch waves splash over a wall on the Coast Road, Clontarf, ahead of Hurricane Ophelia hitting Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Ireland’s benchmark Iseq overall index had fallen by over 3 per cent by mid-day on Monday with insurer FBD amongst the lunchtime losers. Share in FBD(...)

European shares fell with Spain’s IBEX marking its biggest loss since last year’s Brexit vote shook equity markets

European shares fell on Wednesday on the back of the crisis in Catalonia, while US secretary of state Rex Tillerson insistence that he did not conside(...)

 “Anyone who receives correspondence of this nature should be vigilant,” a spokesman for the Irish Stock Exchange says. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Small stock market investors have been warned to be aware of “boiler room” scam artists offering to buy their shares in companies at inflated prices, (...)

Former DAA chief executive Kevin Toland last month succeeded Owen Killian as chief executive of Aryzta. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Former Dublin Airport chief executive Kevin Toland could be paid more than €2 million in his first year with his new employer, Irish-Swiss food group(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on September 18th.  Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Most European share indices nudged ahead, the Iseq lagging slightly with an increase of 0.1 per cent. London’s blue chip index the FTSE 100 recovered(...)

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Environmentalism and responding to climate change cannot remain the sole responsibility of the Green Party and must become an integral part of all gov(...)

Glanbia’s MilkFlex fund offers milk suppliers loans with repayment terms adjusted in line with movements in milk price.

A fund offering a flexible loan product aimed at milk suppliers is calling for applications. The MilkFlex fund is offered by Glanbia Co-operative Soc(...)

A mix of Glanbia nutritional products. Photograph: Irish Times

Shares in Irish listed nutrition group Glanbia rose on Wednesday, recovering some ground lost recently, as investment firm Investec raised its rating (...)

The building on Grafton Street which used to operate as American Apparel is undergoing  structural changes so it can be re-let.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Owner Irish Life is carrying out a number of structural changes to the former American Apparel store near the bottom of Dublin’s Grafton Street before(...)

Glanbia Co-op has transferred €92 million worth of Glanbia plc shares to over 14,700 members via a “spin-out”. The transaction is aimed at releasing (...)