Morgan Stanley enjoyed a rewarding quarter.

Morgan Stanley has posted a record quarterly profit, bringing down the curtain on a generally bright first-quarter earnings season for the big US bank(...)

The ODCE is to bring its  anticipated application to have inspectors appointed to INM over concerns about the proposed purchase of Newstalk radio and an alleged data breach. Photograph: Bryan Meade

Monday Results: Bank of America, Netflix. Indicators: Irish construction PMI (Mar), balance of trade (Feb), exports and imports (Feb); US retails s(...)

Michael Fingleton, former managing director of Irish Nationwide Building Society. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Experts found that former Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) executives charged with overseeing its credit policies failed to abide by the lende(...)

Volkswagen has named Herbert Diess as its new chief executive. Photograph: Fabian Bimmer/Reuters

Volkswagen has chosen Herbert Diess as its new chief executive in an overhaul that includes streamlining the company’s multiple car brands into just t(...)

Kerry Group lost 1.8 per cent to €82.85. Photograph:  Dara Mac Dónaill

European shares fell on Monday as geopolitics kept investors on the sidelines as they weighed a warning from US president Donald Trump to Russia of im(...)

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The National Treasury Management Agency has raised €4 billion from the sale of 15-year bonds through a group of banks on Tuesday. The State’s debt ma(...)

NTMA headquarters in the Treasury Building. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Ireland’s debt office is planning to raise €3 billion from a bond sale in the near future, market sources suggest. The National Treasury Management (...)

Deutsche Bank chief executive John Cryan: Bank of America Corp’s Christian Meissner and ex-JPMorgan Chase and Co executive Matt Zames have been approached to replace him. Photographer: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

Deutsche Bank AG and its backers are casting a wide net to find a potential replacement for chief executive John Cryan – so far with little success. (...)

 Sam Smyth pictured in 2012. File photograph: Collins

The Data Protection Commissioner is examining an alleged data breach at Independent News and Media in 2014 involving information on the company’s serv(...)

Shares in Sky closed up 2.1% after Twenty-First Century Fox said it could legally separate Sky News within the group to allay British regulatory concerns. Photograph: David Moir/Reuters

Ireland’s top share index fell with other European bourses at the start of the second quarter, but stocks including Glenveagh and Cairn edged up on th(...)

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