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April may be the cruellest month in poetry, but for businesses May is the one to watch. This year, on May 25th, the EU’s General Data Protection Regul(...)

AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne:  he told an Oireachtas committee last week that the bank had paid out €133m so far of an expected €190m to impacted customers. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Some eight years since the tracker scandal first broke, many homeowners are only now receiving offers of redress and compensation: others have yet to (...)

Former chief executive of the National Consumer Agency Ann Fitzgerald will join other independent appointees hearing consumers’ appeals on the tracker mortgage scandal. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

As the tracker mortgage redress and compensation programme gathers pace, banks have set up appeals panels to deal with the potentially thousands of cu(...)

Bank of Ireland has claimed a couple against whom it is seeking judgment of some € 14.8m transferred the ownership of their Dublin home, and of anothe(...)

Paschal Donohoe correctly warned of the dangers of political dogma. Photograph: The Irish Times

Paschal Donohoe, our surprisingly bookish Minister for Finance, was busy fiercely channelling his inner Emmanuel Macron this week. Like the French pre(...)

Counsel for the Long Stone pub  argued the receivers’ bid to fast-track proceedings was an effort get a publican out of a “landmark premises” employing 30 people.  Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

A High Court judge has dismissed claims by the receivers of the Apollo House site in central Dublin that a publican is in unlawful occupation of part (...)

Digicom managing director Greg Clarke said the firm may also look to open an office in London, as it seeks further work with Dublin-located multinationals at their bases abroad.  Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

Digicom, an office technology and audiovisual company run by former Dublin Chamber of Commerce president Greg Clarke, is expanding in the capital on t(...)

The Long Stone Pub on Townsend Street, in Dublin city centre. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A dispute over a publican’s alleged unlawful occupation of the Long Stone pub in Dublin’s city centre could delay the planned sale and redevelopment o(...)

The Tyrrelstown land, to be offered for sale in one or two lots, is located close to the Carlton Hotel in Blanchardstown, Dublin 15

Agents Knight Frank are to seek buyers for development sites in Tyrrelstown in Dublin 15 and Kilcock, Co Kildare. The Tyrrelstown land, to be offered(...)

Simon Coyle, former managing partner at Mazars: “You had people with no tradition in investment buying Bulgarian and Spanish properties or shopping centres as parts of syndicates in Germany.”

Irish banks, which have focused in recent years on restructuring troubled mortgages and businesses, have yet to properly tackle unsustainable debt acc(...)

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