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Blackstone Group is in talks to buy a 25 per cent stake in three hotels once owned by now-bankrupt developer Sean Dunne in Ballsbridge, Dublin.The rea(...)

Renault’s outgoing Chief Operating Officer Carlos Tavares. Photo: Reuters

Renault second-in-command Carlos Tavares abruptly stepped down on Thursday, reviving speculation that he could join one of the US carmakers as a poten(...)

A Free Syrian Army fighter passes by the convoy of U.N. vehicles carrying a team of United Nations chemical weapons experts

UN chemical weapons inspectors yesterday visited sites in the eastern Ghouta near Damascus as UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon said the team should be(...)

Vehicles bearing Syria’s national flag and playing pro-President Bashar al-Assad songs, parade through the streets in Damascus today. Photograph: Khaled al-Hariri/Reuters

The powerful brother of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is suspected of authorising the chemical weapons attack that killed hundreds of Syrian civili(...)

Ryanair lost ground on investor concerns over price of aviation fuel. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Iseq slid yesterday in line with other European exchanges as stocks across the continent suffered their biggest daily drop in two months. Oil pric(...)

UN chemical weapons experts interviewed and took blood samples today from victims of last week’s apparent poison gas attack in a rebel-held suburb of (...)

Hume House, Ballsbridge: was bought by Séan Dunne in 2006 for €130 million

The properties are the Bloodstone Building in the docklands district, Grand Mill Quay near the Google European headquarters on Barrow Street and Hume (...)

There were fears for jobs at HJ Heinz’s Irish operations as the company announced it was considering up to 248 job cuts across the UK and Ireland.  Photograph: Kevin Lorenzi/Bloomberg

Fears are growing for jobs in Co Louth as ketchup maker HJ Heinz warned it was considering cutting almost 250 jobs at its UK and Ireland operations. T(...)

A programming error at Goldman Sachs caused unintended stock-option orders to flood American exchanges yesterday morning, roiling markets and shaking (...)

Ryanair fell 3 per cent in line with the broader aviation sector but it generally outperformed its peers. Rising oil prices have affected the industry.

Global equity markets swooned and bond prices slid yesterday after slowly improving US jobs data and gains in consumer prices added weight to the view(...)

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