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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Reuters/Brendan McDermid

Trade talks between the world’s two biggest economies helped European shares rise on Wednesday, while the threat of a blocked merger sank shares in Br(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. The S&P 500 overcame morning weakness to push higher, while Nvidia, Adobe, Microsoft and Apple led the Nasdaq indexes to solid advances.

Baked goods group Aryzta and Ryanair stood out as a weak spots on an otherwise flat performance by Irish shares on Monday, as the wider European marke(...)

Caterpillar, a bellwether for global industrials, fell more than 8 per cent. Photograph: Mike Blake/Reuters

European shares slid on Monday as optimism about the end of a US government shutdown faded and growth worries reared their head again. DUBLIN Monday(...)

Trade data form China troubled global stocks on Monday. Photograph: Reuters

China’s surprisingly weak trade data brought a four-day rally in European shares to a halt on Monday, with luxury goods and technology stocks leading (...)

Gary McGann at the Pendulum Summit. Photograph: Enda O’Dowd

Veteran business executive Gary McGann, who was a director of Anglo Irish Bank when it collapsed a decade ago, has conceded that the bank’s board at t(...)

US graffiti artist Erik Wahl (L) with Pendulum co-founder Frankie Sheahan and Ruby Wax on the main stage of the Pendulum Summit on Wednesday. Photograph: Conor McCabe

About 3,000 attendees gathered on Wednesday morning at the Convention Centre Dublin for the annual Pendulum Summit, a business-themed motivational con(...)

Swiss-Irish group Aryzta was the worst performer on the Iseq this year, plummeting by 87 per cent, after management raised more than €740 million through a share sale to help lower the embattled group’s debt levels and fund a restructuring programme.

The Iseq index of Irish shares is set for its fourth-worst annual performance in 25 years, with baked goods maker Aryzta, homebuilders and banks among(...)

Aryzta had an unremitting bad year and was the  standout corporate loser of 2018. Photograph: Reuters

It was another year of mixed fortunes in corporate Ireland. The economy continues to be the fastest growing in Europe while the live register fell to (...)

Aryzta chairman Gary McGann speaks during the company's annual shareholder meeting in Duebendorf, Switzerland November 1, 2018.   REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

Revenues at Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta fell by 5.2 per cent in the first three months of its financial year, as the Cuisine de France maker reitera(...)

Shrewsbury Road: remarkable turnover of homes on the Dublin 4 road.

The recent sale of Paddy Kelly’s Shrewsbury Road home, Clonmore, marks the last of the property developers to depart Ireland’s top address. Since the (...)

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