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Pat ‘the Lawnmower Man’ at Kearney’s on Convent Street in Tallow. ‘Give somebody a majority for five years and let them get on with it.’ Photograph: Mary Browne

“Rural Ireland is closed,” says Pat “The Lawnmower Man” from Tallow in west Waterford. He won’t give his last name – everyone knows him as The Lawnmo(...)

AXA chief executive Thomas Buberl   is one of seven founding members of the Climate Finance Leadership Initiative that was created by US billionaire   Michael Bloomberg as a result of the 2016 Paris Agreement on climate change. Photograph: Christian Hartmann/Reuters

The headquarters of the insurance giant AXA, one block from the Élysée Palace, reflect the company’s character. The Catalan architect Ricardo Bofill’s(...)

Cairn Homes, which said it had sold more than 220 Dublin dwellings  to an investment firm-backed landlord for €78m, finished up 0.6%  at €1.30

European shares fell modestly on Friday on weaker-than-expected US jobs growth, but travel and leisure stocks gained after Ryanair raised its profit f(...)

Boris Johnson spooked markets by putting the threat of a no-deal Brexit back on the table. Photograph: Matt Dunham/PA Wire

Boris Johnson spooked markets by putting the threat of a no-deal Brexit back on the table. His plan to change the law to ensure the transition phase i(...)

Nitro co-founder and chief executive Sam Chandler. ‘The Irish operation is absolutely critical and core to Nitro’s business today and in the future,’ he says

Nitro Software has said it plans to significantly scale operations in Dublin following its successful public listing in Australia on Wednesday. The (...)

A Sinn Féin Bill providing for a three-year rent freeze across the private rental market hit shares in the State’s largest landlord, Ires Reit.

European shares made small moves on Wednesday in anticipation of pivotal global events such as a US-China tariff deadline, the UK general election an(...)

3. The Sorting Office, Dublin docklands – sold for €240 million

When the total volume of investment in Ireland’s commercial property market hit a record €4.6 billion in 2014, any expectations of that figure being s(...)

In US retail stocks dipped on signs of a tepid start to in-store Black Friday sale. Mona Spiker  hauls away her purchases during Black Friday in Missouri. Photograph: Cristina M Fletes/St Louis Post-Dispatch via AP

European stocks nudged lower on Friday as US-China discord over Hong Kong reignited trade tensions. The diplomatic clash saw China threaten to retalia(...)

David Duffy, the chief executive of Virgin Money, earned a basic salary of £1.2 million combined with various allowances, bonuses and pension entitlements amounting to £2.2 million.

Former AIB chief executive David Duffy earned just under £3.4 million (€4 million) as the boss of UK lender Virgin Money, more than eight times the sa(...)

Lloyds also owns the Halifax, Bank of Scotland and Scottish Widows brands.  Photograph: PA Wire

Lloyds Banking Group is planning to cut the pay of its chief executive by more than £220,000 (€257,445) while spending £20 million on pay rises for th(...)

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