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Departing Aviva chief executive Mark Wilson. Goodness knows how much they’d pay him if he were the right man for the job. Photograph: Reuters

Fancy six months off on gardening leave – and a pay and bonus package worth up to £6.5 million (€7.4 million) to go with it? That’s the reward insura(...)

Johnson Hana founder Dan Fox. Photograph

Howth, Co Dublin-based legal services disrupter Johnson Hana has appointed former senior banker David Went and ex-Tesco Ireland chief executive Tony K(...)

A Coutts banker has resigned after facing increased pressure over allegations of harassment against female colleagues

A Coutts banker has resigned after facing increased pressure over allegations of harassment against female colleagues. A spokeswoman for the private(...)

Traders at the New York Stock Exchange. The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq hit record levels on Friday, the last day of the third quarter, helped by gains in technology and financial stocks. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

European stocks, propelled by a weaker euro, recorded their biggest monthly gains this year on Friday, but Volkswagen shares sank on further provision(...)

Dún Laoghaire library. Bookselling Ireland and Words Ireland said Irish booksellers and library suppliers had unique knowledge of the Irish publishing industry. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Irish book industry has expressed dismay about the outcome of a national public tender on the supply of library books, saying it poses “a real th(...)

A Chevy Bolt EV on the assembly line at a General Motors plant  north of Detroit: the company’s stock rose 2.9 per cent after Morgan Stanley upgraded it to overweight. Photograph: Laura McDermott/The New York Times

European stocks rose on Monday to recover some lost ground after their worst weekly slides in three months, with commodity producers surging the most (...)

Germany’s DAX Index advanced 0.8 per cent for one of the smallest gains in the region. Deutsche Bank, which sank the most since the aftermath of the Brexit vote on Friday, lost another 1.4 per cent. Photograph: Reuters

European stocks recovered some lost ground after their worst weekly slides in three months pulled them further away from their US counterparts. The (...)

On the surface, 100-year bonds sound a better bet for borrowers than investors. When rates are low, governments want to cut the cost of funding a country’s debt for the longest possible timeframe, extending the average life of outstanding debt and staggering redemptions in the process.

Mystery bond buyers are raising eyebrows in European markets by lending millions of euros to governments for the next 100 years. First to bite was Ir(...)

Julius Baer, the third-largest Swiss wealth manager, is beefing up its Irish operation as it primes itself for long-term growth in Dublin.  (Photograph: Valentin Flauraud/Bloomberg)

Switzerland’s third-largest wealth manager Julius Baer is beefing up its Irish operation as it primes itself for long-term growth in Dublin. On Mond(...)

Traders  at their desks in front of the DAX board at the stock exchange in Frankfurt. The FTSE lagged behind other European indices.

Britain’s top share index underperformed euro zone indexes on Monday, missing out on the benefit from a weak euro and hindered by falls in mi(...)

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