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Part of a  fleet of single-handed sailors beginning a leg  of the La Solitaire du Figaro. The series will have two Irish boats for the third successive season in 2020

Irish involvement in offshore racing appears to be in a buoyant state going by the busy season just closing, and the prospects for 2020 are looking st(...)

The Tax Appeals Commission said Mr McGann had failed to discharge the burden of proof that Revenue had wrongly assessed the payments as liable for income tax. Photograph: Alan Betson

Businessman Gary McGann has lost an appeal against tax treatment on two payments totalling €2.3 million which he claimed were a gift from Smurfit Kapp(...)

China’s move to boost bank lending outweighed data showing slower-than-expected US job growth. Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty

European markets extended gains for a third day on Friday, as China’s move to boost bank lending outweighed data showing slower-than-expected US job g(...)

A trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly after the closing bell in New York. Photograph: Lucas Jackson/Reuters

European shares rose for a second straight day on Thursday, after China said it would hold trade talks with the United States, raising hopes that the (...)

European stocks gained some ground after Reuters reported that European Central Bank policymakers are leaning towards a stimulus package that includes a rate cut.

European shares retreated from one-month highs on Tuesday as weak US factory data added to worries about global growth, while uncertainty over Britain(...)

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Life sciences investment company Malin Corp said on Tuesday that its chief business and financial officer Darragh Lyons has been appointed group chief(...)

S&P said that Smurfit Kappa’s €1.6bn, four-year investment programme will ‘weigh on cash flow generation and most likely limit any significant improvement in credit metrics in the near term’. File photograph: Bloomberg

Smurfit Kappa sold €750 million of bonds on Monday to refinance debt that matures within the next two years at cheaper rates. The company is seeking (...)

Top three earners: CRH’s Albert Manifold (€8.23m), Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary (€3.373m) and Smurfit Kappa’s Tony Smurfit (€3.372m)

The bosses of Ireland’s top 20 companies earned 41 times more than their employees, widening the gap on the previous year as they secured a collective(...)

German chancellor Angela Merkel: ready to ditch a balanced budget? Photograph: EPA

News that the German government could ditch its balanced-budget rule and take on debt to stave off recession boosted European markets on Friday. DUBL(...)

Traders at work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange on Monday. Wall Street stocks slipped on the day as political tensions sapped risk appetite. Photograph: Eduardo Munoz/Reuters

European shares fell on Monday, with banks leading the decline, as worries that the protracted US-China trade war could push the global economy into r(...)

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