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Dublin-based AerCap Holdings, the world’s biggest leasing firm, had 142 aircraft placed with Russia as of March 10th. Photograph: iStock

Russia’s move to transfer almost 800 foreign-owned jets to its own aircraft register amid foreign sanctions has triggered a wave of insurance claims f(...)

 Caoimhín Kelleher  saves a  penalty from   Leicester City’s  Ryan Bertrand  in the quarter-final  shoot-out win over Leicester City at Anfield. Photograph: Oli Scarff/AFP   via Getty Images

The ‘skinny boy from Ireland’ will start the Carabao Cup final against Chelsea and has his eye on becoming an Anfield legend. Caoimhín Kelleher is a (...)

Brokers Ireland has claimed that the CCPC ‘mischaracterised evidence and manipulated it to fit the case it attempted to make’

Following years of lobbying from Irish competition officials for powers to impose administrative sanctions in cases of anticompetitive behaviour, the (...)

A five-year CCPC investigation into allegations of insurers signalling motor premium price increases to each other ended last August. Photograph: iStock

The industry body for Irish insurance brokers has launched an unprecedented attack against the State’s competition authority over the outcome of a lon(...)

Nervous smiles and excitement as runners from ForgetTheGym gather for their first road race of the season.

It is Health Season in The Irish Times. In print and online, we will be offering encouragement and inspiration to help us all improve our ph(...)

The operators of Dublin’s Clarence Hotel, Brushfield Ltd, part of the Press Up Entertainment Group, had sued Arachas Corporate Brokers Ltd who arranged the hotel’s insurance policy with Axa. Photograph: Dave Meehan

An action against an insurance broker over business interruption cover has been settled in the Commercial Court. The operators of Dublin’s Clarence H(...)

La Touche House: an impression of the redevelopment

The owners of La Touche House in Dublin’s financial district plan a €50 million sustainable overhaul of the landmark building. Axa Investment Manager(...)

Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre in Dublin in May. Non-essential retail was shuttered for much of the first half of the year. Photograph: Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images

There is no sugarcoating it. Between Covid, Brexit, supply chain issues and spiralling energy prices it was a tough year for the Irish consumer, as ou(...)

“Managers who seek to impose some mechanistic, generic solution are likely to fail.’ Photograph: iStock

Flexitime, job shares and part-time hours have all worked to varying degrees for employees who don’t want the usual 9-5 routine. But there have always(...)

The company, which had an average of 80 employees last year, posted a total comprehensive loss last year of €32.9m.

Dublin-based Axa Life Europe swung into a loss last year, after a long-agreed $1.4 billion (€1.2 billion) sale of the business to London private equit(...)

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