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An aerial view of the George’s Quay office campus in Dublin city centre.

Henderson Park Capital is understood to be seeking in excess of €400 million from the sale of a further three prime Dublin offices it acquired as part(...)

Consumer technology in the Covid-19 environment is essential, not nice-to-have.

The grotesquely lopsided nature of the record-breaking rally in US stocks reveals a good deal about modern human behaviour and about what investors no(...)

One bondholder described the deal, which implies a recovery value of about 55 cents on the dollar, as a “creative compromise”. Photograph: iStock

By the time members of Argentina’s biggest bondholder group hopped on to their weekly conference call at 9am on Monday, August 3rd, the anxieties of t(...)

Citywest Business Campus is home to more than 200 indigenous and international companies

Singapore-headquartered developer K2 Data Centres has paid just over €3 million for a 4.6-acre site at Citywest Business Campus in Dublin. The acquis(...)

Fewer than 1 per cent panicked and sold all of their stocks. Photograph: iStock

Huge first-quarter losses followed by huge second-quarter gains means the S&P 500 fell only 2.7 per cent in the first half of the year. That small(...)

Wellair’s portable air disinfection units protect patients against illnesses including MRSA, clostridium difficile, norovirus and influenza.

Wellair, an Irish company that develops medical-grade air-disinfecting devices, has raised $8 million ( €7million) in a new funding round led by exist(...)

It’s not easy to amass a cash fund these days. If you’re lucky enough to have done it, be sure to read the fine print. Photograph: iStock

Having enough cash on hand to pay the bills is always a good idea. But in an economic crisis like this one, with millions unemployed and thousands of (...)

A trader on the trading floor of  the New York Stock Exchange. File photograph: Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images

Ordinary investors are generally seen as the “dumb money” – panicky, emotion-driven souls who buy in the good times only to bail out in the bad times(...)

An ATM in Valencia, Spain, displays a #StayAtHome message. Much now depends on banks’ ability to withstand coronavirus and its aftershocks. Photograph: EPA

On the day that Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy in September 2008, the front page of the Financial Times carried a photograph of John Thain, the (...)

Market advances tend to be relatively slow, steady affairs that build over time, but declines are often rapid and violent.   Photograph: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg

Stock markets have taken a pounding since coronavirus swept across the world. Adopting a “keep calm and carry on” attitude isn’t easy when you’re cont(...)

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