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Leslie Buckley: Will step down from the  board of Independent News & Media following shareholders’ egm on March 1st. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Paul Connolly, a longtime business associate of Denis O’Brien, has emerged as a leading candidate to replace Leslie Buckley as chairman of newspaper p(...)

Applegreen, whose shares surged 29 per cent last year, is among the most widely tipped Irish stocks among analysts for 2018. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Applegreen Fuel forecourt Applegreen, whose shares surged 29 per cent last year, is among the most widely tipped Irish stocks among analysts for 2018(...)

Ryanair’s share price closed down 2.1% at €14.61 in Dublin on Monday. Photograph: EPA

Ryanair has agreed to release pilots’ representatives from their duties today to allow them take part in its first meeting with their trade union Impa(...)

The Central Bank has fined Merrion Stockbrokers € 200,000 for failings related to the regulator’s fitness and probity regime.  Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The Central Bank has fined Merrion Stockbrokers € 200,000 for failings related to the regulator’s fitness and probity regime. The fine marks the first(...)

Representation row: Ryanair argues that its existing structure is already a fair collective bargaining system and that it has the Supreme Court’s approval.  Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

Ryanair pilots are heading for their first ever strike within the next few days in what could turn into a battle of wills between them and the airline(...)

The Airbus A380. The company has sold 371 of the double-decker planes.

Bank of Ireland, the Sunday Times reports, has bought a portfolio of more than 1,000 home mortgages from Shoreline Residential, an affiliate of the Am(...)

William Prior, the Phoenix Project. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

All court actions targeting people’s homes should be immediately adjourned pending the implementation of a revamped mortgage-to-rent (MTR) scheme by t(...)

The five-year bonds issued by the NTMA were priced to carry a yield of -0.008 per cent. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The Republic will pay less than a zero per cent rate on €4 billion of bonds it sold on Wednesday to help refinance the country’s remaining Internation(...)

According to a European Buy-To-Let league table from payments company WorldFirst, the average yield on an Irish property stood at 7.08 per cent in August 2017, up from 6.54 per cent in 2016, and far ahead of the rest of the EU-28.

Ireland has topped a European buy-to-let league table for the second year in a row, as soaring rents across the country means it offers the best retu(...)

Permanent TSB: has identified 579 additional cases of tracker mortgage overcharging as part of Central Bank-ordered review. Photograph: Alan Betson

Permanent TSB expects up to 2,000 struggling home borrowers to avail of a mortgage-to-rent scheme it is working on with a “preferred partner”, the ban(...)

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