The Apple Card charges retailers high transaction fees and reinvests some of the money in rewards, reinforcing an antiquated and expensive US payments market. Photograph:   Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Although it is easy to be distracted by shiny objects such as the new Apple Card, the biggest news in payments last week was a sober announcement from(...)

WeWork has four live locations in Dublin and is also taking space in the redeveloped former Central Bank building on Dame Street. Photograph: The New York Times

The We Company, which owns WeWork, on Wednesday filed with regulators for an initial public offering and published detailed financial statements for t(...)

The London-headquartered company could look to offload up to 50 per cent of Green Reit’s property portfolio once it secures ownership. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

UK property company Henderson Park Capital is weighing up the sale of certain assets within the Green Reit portfolio following the completion of its €(...)

US president Donald Trump may view trade threats as a way of getting the rate cuts he craves, but this would be a pyrrhic victory if China accepts an economic downturn in order to hurt his election prospects. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

Stock markets have been very volatile since the latest escalation in the US-China trade war. Unfortunately for investors, tensions look increasingly l(...)

Green Reit became the first real-estate investment trust to float on the Irish stock market in 2013, before going on to amass a €1.48bn portfolio of prime office, logistics and development assets. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

UK property company Henderson Park is on track to agree to acquire Green Reit this week, hastening the stock-market exit of the first real-estate trus(...)

Minister of State for Financial Services  Michael D’Arcy said the European Union has moved the Brexit date on a number of occasions and he did not see any more flexibility being offered.  Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

The UK will leave the European Union in October without a divorce deal causing a severe economic shock that could leave countries such as Ireland requ(...)

Britain’s prime minister Boris Johnson: playing with fire on sterling. Photograph: Kirsty Wigglesworth/AFP/Getty Images

“People who bet against Britain,” Boris Johnson said after becoming prime minister, “will lose their shirts.” Markets think otherwise, as evidenced (...)

Brexit stand-off: UK prime minister Boris Johnson  meets some new friends on a farm near Newport, Wales. Photograph: Adrian Dennis/Getty Images

Image of the week: Brexit chicken The itinerary for Boris Johnson’s boo-tastic tour of the parts of the UK that really don’t like him was a busy one.(...)

Final bids for the company were received last Thursday

Green Reit has entered exclusive talks over a potential sale to Henderson Park, a fast-growing UK property that entered the Irish market in recent mon(...)

Earnings season in the US is in full swing with Amazon, Facebook and Google parent Alphabet all reporting earnings last week. Photograph: Denis Charlet/AFP/Getty Images

US earnings season is in full swing right now, with Amazon, Facebook and Google parent Alphabet all reporting earnings last week and Apple scheduled t(...)

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