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The application was made before Mr Justice Denis McDonald at Friday’s vacation sitting of the High Court.

A businessman with debts of €133 million has secured a High Court order extending the period of protection he has from his creditors by an additional (...)

 Michael Murphy, managing director of New Ireland Assurance, Francesca McDonagh,   Bank of Ireland CEO, Colette Filer,  granddaughter of MW O’Reilly, the first managing director of New Ireland Assurance, and her son John Filer. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Bank of Ireland’s life and pensions business, New Ireland Assurance, celebrated its 100th anniversary at an event in Dublin on Thursday night. Origin(...)

European shares rose on Thursday to a fresh three-month high as oil stocks rallied and online supermarket Ocado shot up after it signed a game-changin(...)

Tadhg Furlong:  his  soaring market value forced the IRFU to offer a significant pay increase, to €500,000 a year while still way short of the figures an international tighthead prop commands in the English Premiership or French Top 14.  Photograph:  David Rogers/Getty Images

Tadhg Furlong’s three-year contract, one of 21 contracts announced by Leinster on Wednesday, puts the 25-year-old in Irish rugby’s high earner bracket(...)

Seafield House  is a  rare Palladian mansion  in an 80-acre parkland

Seafield House in Donabate may be located a half hour from the city centre but once through the gates it’s like entering another realm. At the end of (...)

Anti-establishment Five Star Movement leader Luigi Di Maio. Photograph: Max Rossi/Reuters

Irish stocks edged higher on Wednesday while a weak euro provided support to the broader European market. In Italy, investors on the Milan bourse we(...)

Chief excecutive of health insurer Bupa, Evelyn Bourke

Bank of Ireland has appointed the chief excecutive of health insurer Bupa, Evelyn Bourke, and Ian Buchanan of private equity group Cerberus Capital t(...)

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Monday.  Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Weak financial stocks weighed on European shares on Monday after a strong run of weekly gains, while dealmaking livened up trading. UK shares fell sl(...)

Irish people have built up a large savings buffer in recent years, amounting to more than €100bn. Photograph: Getty Images

The easing of trade war fears and a strong April stock market performance increased the Irish appetite for savings and investment, according to the la(...)

Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook has said it would no longer accept foreign advertising relating to the referendum on the Eighth Amendment. File photograph: Noah Berger/AP

There were signs this week that the penny has finally dropped in Silicon Valley with regard to the dangers of foreign interference in domestic politic(...)

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