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A forklift collects recycled cardboard from a delivery truck at the Townsend Hook paper mill, operated by the Smurfitt Kappa Group, near Maidstone, England. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg

Tony Smurfit knew where he needed to go almost three years ago, when the board of Smurfit Kappa offered him the position of chief executive in Ireland(...)

 Former attorney general and chairman of Golden Sachs, the late  Peter Sutherland.

The following is an edited version of one of the last interviews Peter Sutherland gave prior to his death. Attorney general, European commissioner, d(...)

The scheme proposed by IDV Developments will provide 43 three-to-four bedroom houses, 76 apartments and 12 duplexes, as well as a cafe and crèche. Library photograph: Thinkstock

Plans for more than 130 homes on the site of the former Smurfit printworks in Glasnevin, which closed 15 years ago, have been approved by Dublin City (...)

Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen: some claim the Federal Reserve increased interest rates prematurely last month. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

Bad news from the world’s biggest economies and growing tensions in the Middle East sent global stock markets tumbling on the first day of 2016 tradin(...)

The plans include a large crèche fronting on to Botanic Road along with a number of retail units

A high-profile five-acre site on Glasnevin’s Botanic Avenue was said to have achieved approximately €4.5 million when a UK buyer, IDV Developments, pu(...)

European stocks rose, with the region’s benchmark index capping its longest streak of weekly gains since November, as data showed a drop in German bu(...)

Index heavyweight CRH dropped by 4.7 per cent to €19.66. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Stocks suffered across almost all markets as disappointing economic data emerged from the US and Europe and new worries arose on the security of Russi(...)

Netflix continued its downward trend, slipping 1.6 per cent to $358.50.

Stocks rose yesterday as data emerged showing confidence is up in a number of European economies and in the US. Traders (...)

The Bank of Ireland at College Green, Dublin:  Trading volumes on Dublin market were relatively low outside of the bank  which put in a “stellar performance,” according to one analyst.  It closed up 6.23 per cent with 57 million shares traded. Dealers said investors are looking at the bank with a fresh pair of eyes, and considering them on an earnings basis rather than on price to book. Photograph: Alan Betson

European shares fell back into negative territory yesterday, having briefly flourished on Tuesday. Following the largest three-day slump in seven mont(...)

The building materials giant gained 3.5 per cent to close at €19.57. Photograph: Alan Betson

European stocks advanced, following their largest three-day slump in seven months, as mining companies climbed and banks rebounded from a three-week l(...)

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