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Irish banking customers tend to be very slow to do so, but switching may now make more sense than ever before. Photograph: iStock

Banking is getting more expensive. Back in January, Permanent TSB disclosed it was making it more difficult for its legacy customers to qualify for fr(...)

Jayne Brady, Kernel Capital; Alan Foreman, chief executive of B-Secur; and Andrew Sloane, Accelerated Digital Ventures. B-Secur has secured €4.66m in funding and plans to expand

Belfast-based B-Secur, which has developed a technology that can securely identify an individual from their heartbeat, has raised £4 million (€4.66 mi(...)

Traders at  the New York Stock Exchange. US shares reversed early gains and headed lower as investors awaited details of a possible trade deal between the White House and China. Photograph: Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images

Stock indexes around the world were higher on Monday on optimism the US and China would reach a trade agreement as soon as this month. DUBLIN In D(...)

While the bank also complained the personal insolvency  arrangement is envisaged to continue until the man is 70, many people, including judges, do not retire until they are aged 70,  Mr Justice Denis McDonald said.

A High Court judge has dismissed a bank’s objections to a personal insolvency arrangement under which a man sought to stay in the home he jointly owns(...)

Permanent TSB said its net profit fell to €3 million last year from €40 million previously.  Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

In a remarkably busy week for Irish corporate earnings, banks stood out for a collective performance that was underwhelming at best. All three of the (...)

Is C&C ready for a fresh round of cider wars? Photograph: iStock

The unseasonably warm weather in Ireland at the moment should ordinarily put a pep in the step of C&C chief Stephen Glancey. After all, the drin(...)

Bank of Ireland and AIB are now paying substantial dividends to the State. Photograph: Paul McErlane/Reuters

Results this week from the three domestic banks – AIB, Bank of Ireland and Permanent TSB – were something of a mixed bag. Increased lending, particula(...)

Traders   at  New York Stock Exchange.  Wall Street’s main indexes climbed on Friday as strong economic data from China fed into optimism around trade, but muted US economic data kept a lid on gains. Photograph: Reuters

European shares rose to five-month highs on Friday, starting March on a strong footing, as a fresh batch of corporate updates fuelled risk appetite ev(...)

Bank of Ireland is set to cut a number of services it offers via its network of ATM machines. It is also scrapping its ATM-only cards

Bank of Ireland is set to cut a number of services it offers via its network of ATM machines. It is also scrapping its ATM-only cards, as it ramps up (...)

Earnings from one of the Iseq’s most significant component companies boosted the index by 0.76 per cent on Thursday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish stocks were a bright spot among peers on Thursday as global equities declined on the back of an abrupt ending to US president Donald Trump’s mee(...)

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