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Mandate says it represents more than 300 workers in Paddy Power. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images

Workers denied rest breaks at Paddy Power betting shops have received as much as €92,000 in compensation after the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC(...)

Betting industry executives and experienced professional gamblers claim large amounts of dirty money and illegal gambling could be flowing through to the Betfair online betting site given weak regulatory enforcement elsewhere. Photograph: Matthew Childs/Reuters

Horse trainer Michael Madgwick was celebrating last week when Miss Recycled became the surprise winner in the 4.15pm one-mile handicap at Brighton, re(...)

President Donald Trump. Photograph: Doug Mills/The New York Times

The S&P 500 enjoyed its biggest one-day gain since January last Tuesday after Federal Reserve chief Jerome Powell indicated he was open to cutting(...)

Shares in Ladbrokes parent GVC slumped after chief executive Kenny Alexander and chairman Lee Feldman sold shares in the company.

Ladbrokes’ owner GVC shed nearly a fifth of its value on London’s stock exchange after its two top executives sold about £20 million worth of their sh(...)

The group said revenue rose 7% to £1.87bn last year from £1.745bn in 2017. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty

Paddy Power Betfair could buy more businesses to add to last month’s purchase of Georgian operator Adjarabet, the Irish gambling giant said on Wednesd(...)

Cadmium: booked his ticket to the Grand Annual Chase at Cheltenham in winning the WhatOddsPaddy? Chase at Naas. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Cadmium booked his ticket to the Grand Annual Chase at Cheltenham in winning the WhatOddsPaddy? Chase at Naas. The Willie Mullins-trained seven-year-(...)

Studies have linked betting terminals to a rise in problem gambling in the UK. Photograph: Getty

Britain’s finance minister Philip Hammond is expected to bring forward new rules for betting machines that could cost Irish gambling giant Paddy Power(...)

UK prime minister Theresa May with DUP leader Arlene Foster, on whom her government depends for survival. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Pool/Reuters

“It may go down as one of the greatest and most unnecessary self-inflicted wounds of modern history,” former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton tol(...)

61 Dartmouth Square, Ranelagh, Dublin 6

Dartmouth Square has seen quite a lot of activity since the introduction of the property price register in 2010. Of the 68 houses – all of which overl(...)

Growth in construction continued through August, despite slowing slightly on the previous month.

Dublin-based Mainstream Renewable Power will more likely be sold on from as soon as 2020 rather than go through an initial public offering (IPO), acco(...)

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