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The Turkish currency crisis continued to shake global markets, with stock indexes declining from Asia to Europe. Photograph: Murad Sezer/Reuters

Global bank stocks suffered as the Turkish lira crisis shook investor confidence in lenders exposed to the country while, in the US, Apple and Amazon (...)

Troubled Irish-Swiss baker Aryzta is not due to publish accounts for its last financial year until October 1st.

Investors in troubled Irish-Swiss baker Aryzta face having their holdings diluted by more than 40 per cent should the group decide to issue new shares(...)

Weak corporate earnings in the pharmaceutical sector weighed on sentiment already soured by escalating trade issues.  Photograph: Bloomberg

European shares dipped on Wednesday as poor corporate earnings in the pharmaceutical sector weighed on sentiment already soured by trade tensions, wit(...)

Aryzta chief executive Kevin Toland, right, pictured beside the company’s chairman Gary McGann. Might Toland be wishing he had remained in charge of DAA? Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Despite the flack that State airports company DAA has taken from some airlines lately, it’s a fair bet that Kevin Toland probably wishes he was still (...)

Aryzta,  the company behind Cuisine de France bread, had net debt of €1.6bn   at the end of January, the half-way point in its financial year

Aryzta shares hit new lows on Monday after an analyst warned that the Swiss-Irish baker would have to tap shareholders for further cash to cope with i(...)

Apple logo on a monitor outside the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York, August 2nd, 2018. Photograph: Peter Foley/Bloomberg

Earnings announcements lifted European shares on Friday at the end of another volatile week, as investors drew encouragement from Apple becoming the w(...)

Apple became the world’s first trillion dollar company on Thursday. Photograph: Tatyana Makeyeva/Reuters

A sell-off in European shares extended on Thursday with Germany’s DAX taking the brunt of anxieties over trade tensions. Ireland’s benchmark index out(...)

Executive-search firm Korn Ferry has been engaged by Bus Éireann to lead the lead the search for a new chief executive. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Global executive-search firm Korn Ferry has been engaged by Bus Éireann to lead the process to appoint a new chief executive to replace Ray Hernan at (...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Monday.  Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European shares dropped on Monday amid concerns about US trade policies and the stability of German chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition government. (...)

Cuisine De France owner Aryzta was the biggest faller in Ireland on Tuesday, hitting a fresh record low. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

European shares endured another choppy session on Tuesday with the Pan European Stoxx 600 index closing flat on the day. Ireland fared slightly bett(...)

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