Ryanair announced its €750 million share buyback scheme earlier this year. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Ryanair and Paddy Power Betfair have stepped up the pace of their respective share buyback schemes. Ryanair bought back 221,500 ordinary shares on T(...)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: Britain should not do anything that risks security or damages the Irish economy. Photograph: PA Wire

The European Union could ignore its own rules if it wants to avoid a hard border in Ireland after Brexit and simply agree not to create one in any cir(...)

The State has paid over €4.5 million in legal fees to date on its challenge to overturn the European ruling. Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

The management of the account set up to hold the €14 billion tax bill Apple has been ordered to pay the State by the European Commission, will cost ab(...)

Square chief financial officer Sarah Friar: “If you look at all of the stats on women they’re still pretty bad, frankly.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

When Square’s chief financial officer, Sarah Friar, moved to the payments firm established by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, she did so with an abun(...)

Irish Continental Group, the owner of Irish Ferries, suffered a second day of falls

Trading in European shares was hesitant on Wednesday as investors awaited guidance from the US Federal Reserve on future interest rate rises. Trading (...)

Citi investment bank has suggested that it will shed up to half of its 20,000 technology and operations staff in the next five years, as machines sup(...)

The London Stock Exchange’s last significant outage took place in 2011. Photograph: iStock

The London Stock Exchange suffered its worst outage in seven years on Thursday morning after a technical issue delayed the start of trading for an hou(...)

The organisers claim MoneyConf is he fastest growing event of its kind in Europe

Web Summit is back. Well, sort of. The actual Web Summit might not be returning to Dublin anytime soon (if ever). Yet its sister event, the fintech-fo(...)

Traders on the floor of the Dow Industrial Average at the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Bryan R Smith/AFP/Getty Images

“Fed hiking rates. Bond yields popping. Oil prices soaring. Think 1973-75. Think 1979-80. Think 1989-90. Think 1999-2000. And think 2006-07. And tell (...)

At present, Wells has only a small presence in both Dublin, where it employs only about 170 people, and Paris, where it has about 30

Wells Fargo is eyeing a plan to use both Paris and Dublin as its post-Brexit hubs in Europe, becoming the latest global bank to prepare to shift some (...)

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