Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm pictured leaving court   with his solicitor Michael Staines. Photograph: Collins Courts

The former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, David Drumm, has pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiracy to defraud and false accounting in a tria(...)

The former Anglo Irish Bank on St Stephen’s Green, Dublin: The Quinn family  claims Anglo Irish lent it billions of euro illegally in 2008 to shore up its investment in the bank. Photograph: Frank Miller

A firm holding the riskiest debt in Anglo Irish Bank has given up a long-fought battle to recover some of the £300 million (€337 million) owed by the (...)

Post-truth drove into our lives in the shape of the Brexit bus and its claim that the UK could save £350 million a week through cutting contributions to the EU budget after Brexit. Photograph: Jack Taylor/Getty Images

Fake news, having made our acquaintance in 2016 with the election of President Trump, had another big year. The people in Collins dictionary named it (...)

An inquiry into the sale of Siteserv to a company controlled by businessman Denis O’Brien has received a one-year extension to report on the deal, as (...)

Banks have  acknowledged an increasing number of  customers caught up in the tracker mortgage scandal   amid increasing public and political uproar

The number of borrowers caught up in an industry-wide tracker mortgage scandal has surged by two-thirds to 33,700 in the space of 12 weeks, driven by (...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien wants the Supreme Court to overturn the High Court’s dismissal of his case against the Dáil and State over statements made in the Dáil by two TDs. File photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The Supreme Court has allocated a date next March to hear the appeal by former Rehab chief executive Angela Kerins. It is an appeal against the rejec(...)

AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne told the Oireachtas finance committee on Thursday now would be a good time for the Government to sell further shares.   Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

You can understand why noise is growing around the prospects of the Government flogging another bunch of shares in AIB next year – given that the stoc(...)

Mortgage debt campaigner David Hall has initiated a lawsuit against the Minister for Finance  for allegedly failing to have proper oversight over €222.5 million of fees tied to IBRC’s liquidation up until last February.

The special liquidators of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation turned down an invitation to appear before the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee (PAC)(...)

Declan Ganley:  Denis O’Brien claims the Galway-based telecoms businessman is the man behind a  dossier at the heart of his legal action against Red Flag Consulting.  Photograph: Getty Images

Denis O’Brien has breathed new life into his legal action against Red Flag Consulting by claiming that Declan Ganley, a Galway-based telecoms business(...)

The debt acquired and cancelled yesterday was a floating rate treasury bond that had been due to mature on June 18th, 2047. Photograph: Frank Miller

The Central Bank has sold a further €500 million tranche of debt connected with the collapse of Anglo Irish Bank. The latest transaction brings to €9.(...)

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