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Oracle was the biggest percentage decliner on the S&P 500 early on Tuesday, falling 9% after the business software maker reported quarterly revenue that missed Wall Street estimates. Photograph: Gety Images

European stocks recovered on Tuesday, led by the banks, while tech stayed under pressure after concerns over increased regulation and taxation of larg(...)

Adrian Mullett, now head of technology sector at Bank of Ireland

For many growing tech firms, the route to finance largely involves trading equity in the venture capital arena. Much is made of any venture capital fu(...)

Plynk co-founders Clive Foley and Charles Dowd. “Most of the hires will be in Dublin and we’re looking for at least 20 programmers,” says Mr Foley

Dublin-based financial payments start-up Plynk has raised €25 million in a Series A fundraising round as it looks to roll out its money-messaging app(...)

Ireland Strategic Investment Fund director Eugene O’Callaghan: fund is “acting as a major catalyst” for stimulating private sector investment in Irish businesses. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

More than 10,000 houses are to be developed with the support of the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF). The fund’s director Eugene O’Callaghan (...)

Profits at Ireland’s Top 1000 companies roared to a record high of some €36 billion in the 2016 survey, as the country’s top companies shrugged off t(...)

The Central Bank had no plan in place if Anglo Irish Bank were to collapse, the banking inquiry heard yesterday. Former Bank of Ireland governo(...)

Former Governor of Bank of Ireland Richard Burrows has said the Government could have avoided a blanket guarantee if it accepted the € 4 billion from it and Allied Irish Bank.

Former governor of Bank of Ireland Richard Burrows has said the Central Bank had no plan in place if Anglo Irish Bank was to default.Mr Burrows, appea(...)

A wordle graphic generated from the Minister’s speech. The size of the text for each word is determined by the frequency of their use in the speech.

A Cheann Comhairle, Since taking office in 2011, the Government has been determined to fulfil the mandate given to us by the Irish people. To repair t(...)

The Central Bank’s new mortgage lending rules will impose an income multiple limit of 3.5 times salary on  first time buyers and those trading up. (Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times)

The full extent of efforts to get the Central Bank to change its mind on its new mortgage lending rules are evident in the 157 responses the regulato(...)

With Christmas still fresh in the memory, it is unlikely too many of us will be feeling flush with cash in these dark days of January. However some re(...)

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