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Ireland is among eight countries that have yet to levy fines for GDPR for breaches.

The financial services sector has incurred the greatest number of fines of any industry in Europe on due to breaches of the European Union’s General (...)

US president Donald Trump speaks in the White House in Washington, DC, on Monday. Photograph: Andrew Harrer/Blomberg

New York City prosecutors have subpoenaed Donald Trump’s tax returns, a source has said. Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance jnr’s office recentl(...)

Blocks 4 and 5 Harcourt Centre (outlined) comprise 54,000sq ft of offices and 2,400sq ft of retail space.

Agent CBRE expects to see a strong level of interest from European, US and Asian investors in the sale of blocks 4 and 5 Harcourt Centre, which it ha(...)

 Mike Ashley, founder and majority shareholder of Sports Direct, who is once again under fire from shareholder advisory groups ahead of the company’s AGM next month. Photograph: Darren Staples/Reuters

Sports Direct is facing an investor revolt against its board at its annual general meeting in September as the retailer fights to avoid becoming the f(...)

Donal Conway, who will controversially seek re-election to the FAI board

A setting further from the maelstrom that has surrounded the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) following the controversy surrounding John Delaney (...)

A cruise ship docked at Dublin Port.

A businessman and a public relations firm campaigning to stop Dublin Port reducing cruise ship arrivals have apologised to the port’s chief executive,(...)

Mr Justice Brian McGovern, on behalf of the Court of Appeal, said the transfer of the loans from Nama (through its company National Assets Loan Management) to Promontoria was done properly.

A property developer has failed in an appeal in which he challenged the sale of his and his company’s loans of about €25 million to a fund. William F(...)

Former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn.

French police searched Renault’s headquarters in the south-west of Paris on Wednesday as part of an investigation into the carmaker’s former boss, Car(...)

Freight in Dublin Port. Photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin Port Company executives have agreed to appear before an Oireachtas committee to answer questions about expenditure on company credit cards and (...)

The board of Dublin Port Company has asked accountants Mazars to carry out an independent review of spending on company credit cards and official entertainment. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The board of Dublin Port Company has asked accountants Mazars to carry out an independent review of spending on company credit cards and official ente(...)

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