OnlyFans’ founder Tim Stokely has blamed “unfair” treatment by banks for forcing him to ban pornography on the platform, a decision that caused an outcry from the site’s users and sowed doubt over its future.

OnlyFans’ founder Tim Stokely has blamed “unfair” treatment by banks for forcing him to ban pornography on the platform, a decision that caused an out(...)

The figure was contained in a report published on Wednesday by the Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG) on accounts of the public services for 2019.

The escrow account set up by the State two years’ ago to hold €14.3 billion of alleged Apple back taxes that’s the subject of a legal dispute with the(...)

Wall Street’s main indexes hit their lowest in nearly seven weeks on Monday. Photograph: Richard Drew/File/AP Photo

European stocks posted their worst fall in three months on Monday as fears of a second wave of Covid-19 infections hit travel and leisure shares, whil(...)

Arclight is pursuing the Spanish government for breach of contract through an arbitration process overseen by the World Bank. Photograph: Alan Betson

Investors in Irish renewable energy fund Arclight are in line for a €20 million-plus payout after the business borrowed €43 million through a bond iss(...)

Staff members spray disinfectant at Wuhan Railway Station in Wuhan in China’s central Hubei province. Photograph:  STR/AFP via Getty Images

Ireland, like other countries, is going to commit eye-watering amounts of money to deal with the coronavirus epidemic. The required spending could eas(...)

Tom Lee, head of research at Fundstrat Global Advisors, said the dollar’s attraction as a safe haven currency introduced a risk to the US economy on top of any disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak itself.

A surge in the dollar to a four-month high against other currencies has added another potential barrier to US growth, as the Federal Reserve weighs th(...)

UK prime minister Boris Johnson told Conservative MPs that his government is nearing an accord with the EU.

Irish shares and the wider European equities market dipped on Wednesday as investors adopted a more cautious stance ahead of a bulletin on the much so(...)

The €14.3 billion put into the Apple escrow account, which is comprised mainly of European bonds, includes interest attached to the original commission figure.

The Irish Government spent €3.9 million on consultancy fees and other costs setting up an escrow account last year to hold €14.3 billion of back-taxes(...)

JP Morgan Chase & Co chairman and chief executive officer Jamie Dimon has written an open letter saying that chief executives should take on a larger responsibility for tackling societal matters. Photograph: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty

Jamie Dimon, chief excecutive of JPMorgan and dozens of other leaders at some of the world’s largest companies said they plan to abandon the long-held(...)

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As expectations have increased that the Federal Reserve is likely to cut US interest rates as early as next month, investors have sold bank stocks, sh(...)

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