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John Murray and Simon Jackson of Modern Botany, at home in west Cork. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Dr Simon Jackson picks out little details in the buildings as he walks to the pharmacy department in Trinity College Dublin. “Those circular patterns (...)

BlackRock headquarters in New York: The group is considering Dublin as an EU base. Photograph: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg/Getty Images

BlackRock, the world’s largest investment manager with $5.4 trillion (€4.75 trillion) of assets under management, is considering Dublin among a shortl(...)

Daithi O’Connor of Revive Active: “People in business need to move fast and the time scale to getting an answer from the banks is prohibitive.”

Daithi O’Connor was born and grew up in Galway, where he also established his business. The youngest of six boys, he always worked as a teenager. From(...)

Equitable life, which has around 200 staff, would only employ a small number of staff in Dublin according to its chief executive. (Photograph: iStock)

British insurer Equitable Life is considering setting up a European Union subsidiary in Dublin in order to continue serving Irish and German customers(...)

The remnant of ACC Bank, which eked out a small profit last year for the first time since the onset of the financial crisis, expects that it will ultimately recover less than half of its remaining €3.2 billion loan book

The remnant of ACC Bank, which eked out a small profit last year for the first time since the onset of the financial crisis, expects that it will ulti(...)

Ramona Nicholas: co-founder and joint MD of Cara Pharmacy: “While the media stuff was great in terms of the brand, I felt it took me away from work.” Photograph: Richie Stokes

Having stepped out of the limelight to have her second child early last year, Ramona Nicholas admits she’s somewhat wary of stepping back into it. It(...)

The sale of the initial 25 per cent stake in AIB raised about €3 billion.

It’s almost a decade since the onset of the financial crash, and this week the State gave the world another sign it has jumped out of the hospital bed(...)

Former minister of state for European affairs Lucinda Creighton said Brexit had begun to dominate her consultancy work. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Ed Brophy, who served as chief of staff to Joan Burton when she was Tánaiste in the last government, didn’t have much time to get his feet under the t(...)

As Dublin vies with Luxembourg, Frankfurt and Paris to woobankers, insurers and fund managers from London as the UK prepares to exit the European Union, Ireland is widening its pitch to “Brexit Plus”. (Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / THE IRISH TIMES)

As Dublin vies with Luxembourg, Frankfurt and Paris to woo bankers, insurers and fund managers from London as the UK prepares to exit the European Uni(...)

Faced with the complexities of Brexit’s impact, firm business planning is impossible. Photograph: iStock

Ireland’s victories or defeats in the race to win banks and insurers fleeing London in search of bases in the European Union has been almost the sole (...)

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