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Dublin warm up in front their fans in Portlaoise. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

We were in the television studio in Portlaoise early on Saturday so I got a perfect view of Dublin as they pulled into the ground. Everything about th(...)

Tiger store on Nassau Street: Gillian Maxwell has developed the everything-and-anything Tiger store into a 26-outlet chain in Ireland and will tell Wednesday’s Small Firms Association (SFA) annual conference a little bit about her success. Photograph: Eric Luke

MONDAY Results: Hewlett Packard Enterprise Meetings: Glanbia egm and agm (Lyrath Estate Hotel, Co Kilkenny) TUESDAY Results: Cranswick, UDG Heal(...)

Azon partner Caroline Bruno: firms are gearing up for a war on talent

Nearly half of Irish financial firms fear they may lose employees to international companies relocating to Ireland in the wake of Brexit, according t(...)

Sir Gerry Grimstone said the firm “can’t take a chance” on Brexit

Insurer and asset manager Standard Life is likely to choose Dublin as the base for its European Union subsidiary after Britain leaves the bloc, its ch(...)

The City of London. It  has long been a hub for specialist and wholesale insurance, and about €84bn  of premiums were written there  in 2015

London’s share of some of the world’s fastest growing insurance markets is shrinking, putting its position as a global centre for the industry under t(...)

Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s hub in Leopardstown. The bank is actively looking for more office space in Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Wall Street giant Bank of America Merrill Lynch is actively looking for more office space in Dublin, capable of accommodating hundreds of additional s(...)

Standard Life’s chairman, Gerry Grimstone, has said the company is looking at making Dublin its new EU hub after the UK leaves the bloc. Photograph: Getty Images

Scottish investment giant Standard Life, which is advancing plans to merge with Aberdeen Asset Management in a £11 billion (€12.9 billion) deal, is we(...)

Governor of the Central Bank Philip Lane said it  would review house price data in November. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Irish banks have paid out more than €120 million in the past two years in redress and compensation to mortgage customers who were denied a tracker rat(...)

Brexit is triggered. Photograph: Reuters/Yves Herman

UK prime minister Theresa May finally pulled the starting gun on Brexit talks this week. The European Council’s president, Donald Tusk, will today ci(...)

 The governor of the Central Bank Philip Lane. He said this week that Ireland would not be engaging in regulatory arbitrage

The Irish Government is set to contest Luxembourg’s claim on Thursday that it has a legal right to become the new base for the European Banking Autho(...)

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