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Safe for now: Lansdowne House, Brian Hogan’s Ballsbridge office block, is so distinctive it should be a protected structure. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Architects may ‘have a vested interest in knocking things down’, but for Brian Hogan, Dublin’s most prolific commercial architect for three decades(...)

AIB tumbled 2.18 per cent to €3.772, while Bank of Ireland slid 2.42 per cent to €5.24. Photograph: PA

Shares slid on Friday as Brexit and poor economic data from the United States and Europe stoked fears of a slow down. DUBLIN Leading Irish shares we(...)

Ted Baker shares nosedived on the London market after the fashion chain’s profits slumped as the firm grapples with a scandal that pushed its founder to resign, as well as a competitive retail environment. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Reuters

Irish shares dropped on Thursday, with the Iseq counting as the second-worst performing equities index across Europe and banking stocks among the main(...)

Wall Street’s main indexes slipped in the first few hours of trading after a weak profit outlook from economic bellwether FedEx and on trade concerns. Photograph: Getty

European markets were dragged down by negative corporate news as well as uncertainty as how the next stage of the UK’s Brexit process will unfold. In(...)

Friends First has signed up three new tenants for its refurbished office block at 23 Shelbourne Road in Ballsbridge. Finance Ireland, Transaction Ne(...)

Fianna Fáil finance spokesman Michael McGrath: mortgage market is ‘far too cosy’. Photograph: Laura Hutton

Finance Ireland’s launch of residential mortgage products will give consumers greater choice and shake up a market that is “far too cosy”, according t(...)

The auto index was boosted by a 5 per cent jump in Fiat Chrysler on Tuesday. Photograph: Denis Balibouse/ Reuters

European indices performed well on Tuesday with the exception of the Iseq with investors hoping for a more accommodative US policy stance at the end o(...)

AIB added 3 per cent to €4.25 and paper and packaging company Smurfit Kappa rose 1.5 per cent to €25.90.

European shares were little changed, as a weaker sterling boosted the FTSE 100 in London, but German shares declined slightly and the French market po(...)

BooHoo founder Carol Kane with the company’s new CEO, Offaly native John Lyttle,  in Dublin.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

John Lyttle, the Irishman who was last year announced as the new chief executive of online fashion retailer BooHoo.com, has officially taken up the ro(...)

Ken Bowles with Tony Smurfit, Smurfit Kappa chief executive. Photograph: Maxwell Photography

Often the unsung heroes of the business world, chief financial officers are the workhorses behind the headlines. This year’s shortlist for the Irish T(...)

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