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Rub-a-dub-dub: three business people who have benefited from peer-to-peer lending (from left) butcher John Sheridan of Sheridan Meats, baker Laragh Strahan of Lolly and Cooks, and candlestick-maker Larry Kinsella of Moth to a Flame

“Neither a borrower nor a lender be,” Polonius memorably urged his son in Hamlet , but if yo(...)

Malta: Setanta, a low-cost insurer, was registered here but traded only in Ireland. Photograph: Getty

The collapse of Setanta Insurance may leave outstanding claims but these are unlikely to trigger another insurance levy, like the one that aros(...)

 Pho Ta restaurant in Cope street, Temple Bar, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

It’s ironic when we reach for phones before forks these days that menus with pictures of the food are still deemed slightly naff. The(...)

Brian Cowen: On March 17th, 2008, the day of the St Patrick’s Day 
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Massacre when Anglo’s share price fell by 20 per cent, Se
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án FitzPatrick called him on his mobile in Malaysia. Photograph: Niall Carson/Bloomberg News

The Anglo trial answered many questions about the State’s handling of the Seán Quinn/ Anglo Irish Bank debacle, but not all of them. It reveal(...)

The Central Bank advised Setanta policyholders to make arrangements for alternative cover ‘without delay’.

Up to 75,000 van and car drivers have been advised to urgently seek alternative insurance cover following the collapse of Dublin-based Setanta (...)

How financial advisers should get paid for their services is a debate that has raged for some years now. And it’s one that’s happening all over(...)

Dell is no longer a public company and any shares you hold in it are no longer trading.  Photograph: Sam Hodgson/Bloomberg

My husband and I have 300 Dell shares.We just got tax statement our gross income is $135...$20 tax withh(...)

“The Government has used the ‘Youth Guarantee’ as a Trojan horse to make JobBridge compulsory, with the scandalous threat to cut the dole of those who refuse to go on JobBridge,” said Paul Murphy MEP (Socialist Party), founder of the ScamBridge campaign. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

An estimated 100 people have taken part in a demonstration rally against the perceived increasing reliance by the Government on the JobBridge a(...)

“I love being in Dublin. It’s a very enjoyable city. It’s by the sea with fresh air.” Cyril Roux at the Central Bank in Dame Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Cyril Roux’s eyes light up when his in-house press handler says the tea and coffee are on their way. “This is a cold room,” he says with(...)

The number of mortgage accounts in arrears of greater than 90 days has fallen from 79,427 to 78,210, since the end of January. Photo: David Sleator/The Irish Times

The number of homeowners in mortgage arrears with the country’s six main banks is continuing to decline, according to new figures from the Depa(...)

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