Gabriel D’Arcy: stepping down as chief executive of Monaghan-headquartered LacPatrick Dairies.

Gabriel D’Arcy is stepping down as chief executive of troubled co-op LacPatrick Dairies following talks with the company. The news comes as it appear(...)

The number of people without a job in the North has risen from a record low to an estimated 33,000. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

The number of people without a job in the North has risen from a record low to an estimated 33,000, latest labour market statistics show. Over the th(...)

Devenish, which was founded in 1952, supplies animal feeds for the pig, poultry and ruminant sectors

Belfast-based agritech company Devenish Nutrition is aiming to raise turnover by more than £100 million (€111.7m) and add 100 new jobs after securing (...)

Photograph: iStock

Consumers in the North are downbeat about their future finances as anxieties about Brexit and frustrations over the local political deadlock drag conf(...)

Leeds Building Society: launched in Ireland in 2006, it had a branch on Pembroke Street with two staff. It had 427 savers, with deposits of some €36 million.  Photograph: Leeds Building Society/PA

In another blow to Irish savers, Leeds Building Society has announced it is to close its Irish operation and has given its deposit customers two month(...)

Border patrol: Theresa May. Photograph: Leon Neal/Getty Images

Northern Ireland’s economy is shrinking and could be on “the brink of recessionary territory” one of the North’s key business leaders have warned as U(...)

Danske’s total income in the North grew year-on-year from £113.5 million in the first half of 2017 to £116 million this year. Photograph: Eric Luke

Danske Bank’s Northern Ireland operations have reported pretax profits of more than £40 million (€49 million) for the first half of the year. The Nor(...)

KBC Group in Brussels affirmed its commitment to the Irish market in February last year, ending years of speculation. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

KBC Bank Ireland paid a €220 million dividend to its Belgian parent last year, according to its chief executive, as the lender began repaying its €1.4(...)

Danske was already reprimanded and severely criticised by Danish regulators in May for weak anti-money laundering controls that led to suspected “criminal activities involving vast amounts of money”

Shares in Danske Bank fell 3 per cent after reports that it may have laundered up to $8.3 billion (€7.1 billion) through its Estonian operations, more(...)

One Airton Close, Tallaght, Dublin 24

The Davy Irish Property Fund has completed contracts to lease One Airton Close in Tallaght, Dublin 24, to the Institute of Technology ( ITT). The ne(...)

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