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Even as the US was setting aside $50 billion to bail out airlines, the conservative government in Australia allowed Virgin Australia to go into administration. Photograph: Saeed Khan/AFP via Getty Images

You, me and Mrs Murphy down the road are currently subsidising Donald Trump. The staff at his Doonbeg golf resort in Co Clare are having 70 per cent o(...)

Taxpayers committed €29.3 billion to Anglo Irish Bank by the end of 2010.

Former shareholders in Anglo Irish Bank are not due any compensation from the State as a result of the nationalisation of the now-defunct lender 11 ye(...)

Seamus Murphy became a maverick figure in Dublin’s stockbroking community in 2006 when he turned against Anglo Irish Bank and the Irish banks, advising  investors to bet against them.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A financial analyst who gained prominence for betting against Anglo Irish Bank months before its peak has warned that the State faces an economic depr(...)

Former Irish Glass Bottle Company site: has lain idle since manufacturing stopped there 18 years ago. Photograph: Eric Luke

One crisis left the Irish Glass Bottle Company site in Ringsend, Dublin, in the ownership of the State, which seems likely to press ahead with plans t(...)

Chief Justice Mr Justice Frank Clarke. File photograph: Mary Browne

Virtual reality training, free Leapcards and the payment of expenses are among the measures which could be introduced to reform the jury system, accor(...)

The disconnection between the economic boom and real quality of life is obvious, and it has created the demand for radical political change. Photograph: Getty Images

Generals always fight the last war. It is hard to blame them – what else can human beings do but draw lessons from what happened before and try to app(...)

Nama had its planned lifespan extended by the Government last year. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is to begin transferring the first €2 billion of its surplus to the exchequer after the agency announced o(...)

Hammerson, the co-owner of Dundrum Town Centre, says the value of its Irish property portfolio fell by nearly €138 million last year. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Glenveagh close in on €250m deal Listed housebuilder Glenveagh has agreed a pre-fund deal with British investor Round Hill Capital that will see it g(...)

Mr Boyd’s company, Killultagh Estates, sued Nama seeking the return of more than £4.7 million (€5.6 million) in payments linked to interest rate agreements, which the developer argued weren’t legally due because the payments were originally authorised only over the phone. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Nama has won a bitter court case in London against Frank Boyd, a property developer and one of the wealthiest men in the North. Mr Boyd’s company, Ki(...)

A House of Commons Brexit debate, but with skeletons, set to go on parade in Cologne, Germany. Photograph: Martin Meissner/AP

Image of the week: No bones What more does the (ongoing) Brexit saga need than a German satirical carnival float depicting British MPs as skeletons? (...)

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