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AIB tumbled 2.18 per cent to €3.772, while Bank of Ireland slid 2.42 per cent to €5.24. Photograph: PA

Shares slid on Friday as Brexit and poor economic data from the United States and Europe stoked fears of a slow down. DUBLIN Leading Irish shares we(...)

Christian Sewing was paid €7 million for last year,

Deutsche Bank’s management board members were handed their first bonuses in four years, while chief executive Christian Sewing was paid €7 million for(...)

UBS chief executive Sergio Ermotti described  investment banking conditions as  among the toughest seen in years, especially outside the US

Swiss bank UBS is cutting an extra $300 million (€264.3 million) from 2019 costs after investment banking revenues plunged and wealth management remai(...)

Lyft’s listing kicks off what is expected to be a busy period for technology IPOs with other Silicon Valley stars including Pinterest and Airbnb waiting in the wings. Photograph:  Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images

Lyft is looking to raise up to $2.1 billion in its upcoming initial public offering, it said on Monday, as it seeks a valuation of almost $23 billion.(...)

Chairman Gary McGann and chief executive Kevin Toland at Aryzta’s AGM in 2017. The company reports half-year results on Tuesday.  Photograph: Alan Betson

MONDAY Indicators: Irish construction PMI (Feb); German industrial production (Jan), exports and imports (Jan); US consumer inflation expectations ((...)

US president Donald Trump watches as China’s vice premier Liu He speaks with US trade representative Robert Lighthizer in the Oval Office in February. Photograph:   Getty Images

There’s been much chatter lately as to whether Warren Buffett may have lost his touch. Much of the debate centres around Kraft Heinz, with Buffett las(...)

Nestle, the world’s top food and drinks maker, soared to all-time highs after giving an upbeat outlook for the year ahead on an improving outlook in China and North America.

European shares gave up three-month highs on Thursday after a surprise sharp decline in US retail sales pulled stocks lower in afternoon trading, spoi(...)

Aryzta chairman Gary McGann and chief executive Kevin Toland at the agm at the company’s Grange Castle plant in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

How do you know when you’ve hit rock bottom? You rarely do, as Aryzta chief executive Kevin Toland found out, to his chagrin, in 2018. After several(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. The S&P 500 overcame morning weakness to push higher, while Nvidia, Adobe, Microsoft and Apple led the Nasdaq indexes to solid advances.

Baked goods group Aryzta and Ryanair stood out as a weak spots on an otherwise flat performance by Irish shares on Monday, as the wider European marke(...)

The deal for the Infinity Building underlines the strength of demand for good quality office investments outside the central business district

A Norwegian investor who paid €28.65 million in April 2015 for an office block in Smithfield, Dublin 7, has sold the property in an off-market transac(...)

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