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The charging bull statue near the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: should read Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images

Is there anything as unnerving as an enormous one-day market rally? Well, yes – an enormous one-day decline. Still, there is something unsettling abo(...)

Barclays Europe’s CEO Francesco Ceccato. ‘We don’t really know why we’re considered as a systemic financial institution for Ireland.’ Photograph: Alan Betson

Hanging on a wall of the modest Dublin city centre office of Francesco Ceccato, Barclays Europe’s chief executive of 18 months, is a black and white p(...)

Alvarez & Marsal, the New York-based international management consulting firm, is considering establishing an Irish corporate and restructuring practice, according to sources.

Alvarez & Marsal, the New York-based international management consulting firm, is considering establishing an Irish corporate and restructuring pr(...)

After a flurry of deals that saw Irish Bank of Commerce taken over by City of Dublin Bank and the combined entity buy Anglo Irish Bank Corporation, Séan FitzPatrick becames head of the Anglo unit in 1980. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

June 1948 – Seán FitzPatrick is born to dairy farmer Michael and civil servant mother Johanna, who already had a daughter, Joyce 1966 – FitzPatrick, (...)

Last month, what had been a somewhat niche concern exploded into public view as rumours spread that Evergrande was about to go bankrupt. Photograph: Hector Retamal/AFP via Getty Images

As China Evergrande Group teeters on the edge of collapse, videos of protesting homebuyers have flooded social media. Online government message board(...)

A protest outside Evergrande’s headquarters  in Shenzhen, China

Nine years ago US hedge fund manager Andrew Left, of Citron Research, penned a report on Chinese real estate group Evergrande, claiming the business e(...)

Glenveagh Properties CEO Stephen Garvey at Barnhall Meadows, Co Kildare. ‘If we’re going to be building 35,000 units a year, as is needed, we’ll need to grow a number of scale operators in this country to deliver that quantum of houses.’ Photograph: Damien Eagers

When Stephen Garvey was invited in 2014 to meet executives from US private equity firm Oaktree in Dublin, he had no idea where it would lead. “I pro(...)

Maurice Mortell, managing director for Ireland and emerging markets at  Equinix

Thirteen years ago this week one of the world’s biggest investment banks, Lehman Brothers, filed for bankruptcy. It heralded the start of the Great Re(...)

Cobh Ramblers’ two year deal with Burnley provides immediate benefit for Cobh’s academy and soon to be established women’s side, as they will play their new partners in pre-season tournaments. File photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Cobh Ramblers expect to benefit from Burnley’s expansion under their new American owners. The Premier League outfit has struck “strategic partnershi(...)

Fenergo’s success has been good for Ireland.

Achieving unicorn status may not be as rare as it once was but it is still a significant achievement. Fenergo this week became one of only a handful o(...)

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