Tullow Oil

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A Tullow interest in Kenya: Having a stomach for oil at all takes a particularly tough type of investor in these climate-conscious days. Photograph: Reuters

The whiff of sulphur around Tullow Oil’s stock continues to linger. Shares in the company, founded in 1985 by one-time Aer Lingus accountant Aidan H(...)

Central Bank deputy governor Ed Sibley warned that bankers are beginning to display echoes of pre-crisis hubris.

Won’t someone please think of the bankers? All these onerous rules and regulations – not to mention the relentless focus on good governance and consta(...)

Traders at the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty

European shares closed lower on Thursday as a warning from German carmaker Daimler and weak economic data from major economies added to concerns about(...)

It was a weak day for financial stocks, with Bank of Ireland closing down 3.4 per cent at €4.35. Photograph: Bloomberg

European shares retreated from four-year highs on Wednesday, as ambiguity over a US-China trade deal and intensifying unrest in Hong Kong kept investo(...)

Tullow Oil’s offices in Leopardstown

More than one quarter was wiped off the stock market valuation of Tullow Oil on Wednesday after it warned about the commercial viability of two major (...)

Tullow Oil’s offices in Leopardstown

Tullow Oil has appointed Martin Greenslade as a non-executive director to its board ahead of Steve Lucas stepping down in 2020. Mr Greenslade is the (...)

UK prime minister Boris Johnson delivering his speech  on the final day of the Conservative Party conference. Photograph: Getty Images

The UK may be standing on the precipice and just weeks away from stepping off, but prime minister Boris Johnson was nonetheless cheered into the audit(...)

Former Tullow chairman Aidan Heavey. Tullow expanded rapidly in the 2000s through a series of acquisitions.  Its fortunes, however, turned sharply in 2014

Former Tullow Oil senior executives Aidan Heavey and Tom Hickey have secured $1 billion (€920 million) in backing from US investment giant Carlyle for(...)

Traders work of the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty

A declining euro boosted European shares on Monday, while a higher opening on Wall Street fuelled later gains. DUBLIN Oil and gas explorer Providenc(...)

US stocks were mixed in early trade on the NYSE as investors digested poor European data and news that UK travel agent Thomas Cook had gone to the wall. Photograph: Michael Nagle/EPA

Poor French and German economic data and mixed signals from US-China trade sparked a fall in European shares on Monday. DUBLIN Irish banks took a dr(...)

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