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Kanuka told gardai she was afraid of the man and that when she became more fully aware of what she was involved in she had attempted to cancel her bank cards.

A vulnerable young woman who was in a coercive relationship when her bank details were used in an invoice redirection fraud has avoided a jail term fo(...)

Goldman Sachs is concerned at the size of its pay bill. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/File Photo/Reuters

It’s not every day that AIB finds itself mentioned side by side with Goldman Sachs. And it’s not a comparison that would automatically spring to mind.(...)

Ryanair declined 1.5% over the session to end at €16.64. Photograph: Tobias Schwarz/AFP

Stocks slumped on Friday to mark a third week of losses as jitters over monetary policy tightening by central banks this year and weak economic data s(...)

Travel stocks were the best performing European sector, rising 2.9% as a sector. Photograph: Getty

European shares ended higher on Thursday with travel stocks leading gains after Ryanair expressed confidence in a recovery this year. Bond yields re(...)

Taxpayers have so far only recouped about €10.8bn of the bank’s €20.8bn rescue bill.

The State’s stake in AIB has dipped below 71 per cent as it began to drip feed stock on to the market in recent weeks under a plan to accelerate the c(...)

The Iseq index closed up 0.2 per cent to 8359.24 in Dublin. Photograph: IStock

European shares ended higher on Wednesday as positive earnings from the luxury goods sector and strong commodity prices helped investors momentarily (...)

A spokesman for EBS said the company is “undergoing a number of strategic changes that build on the current proposition”, and that it would notify customers of any developments in its services. Photographer: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

AIB’s EBS unit is weighing pulling back on its savings and current account products and relying more on funding from its parent, as it seeks to narro(...)

It is expected that the State’s holding in Bank of Ireland will fall to zero by the middle of this year. Photograph: iStock

Irish taxpayers have been eclipsed as Bank of Ireland’s biggest shareholder for the first time in almost 12 years, as the State continued to sell dow(...)

Flowers and messages close to the scene where Ashling Murphy was was attacked and killed on the banks of the Grand Canal at Cappincur, Co Offaly, Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Dáil and Seanad return today from recess for what will be a very different opening day. The appalling death of Ashling Murphy has left a pall ov(...)

AIB said the higher negative rate of 0.75 per cent would take effect from the end of March. File photograph: The Irish Times

AIB plans to hike its charge on deposit accounts subject to negative rates to 0.75 per cent, the highest among Irish retail banks. The latest move me(...)

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