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Staff at Apex Financial Services after the announcement of the creation of 50 new jobs at the company in the next 18 months. Photograph: Denis Hyland

Cork has received another jobs boost with the news that a second financial services company is to expand its operations in the city by adding 50 new p(...)

Prisoners on board the Neptune included Irish nationalist John Mitchell, who preached social revolution in Ireland during the Famine. He later became a proponent of slavery in America and supported the Confederate States  during the American Civil War. Photograph: Wikicommons

Towards the end of 1847, the worst year of the Great Irish Famine known as “Black 47”, an exhibition opened at the Rotunda in Dublin depicting the Bos(...)

The flag of Bermuda flies over  Front Street in the capital city, Hamilton. Photograph: Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Bermuda has become the first country in the world to repeal legislation allowing same-sex couples to marry. The British Overseas Territory had allow(...)

The Chateau Louis XIV, which was sold for over $300 million two years ago, in Louveciennes, France. Photograph: Lea Mandana/The New York Times

When the Chateau Louis XIV sold for over $300 million two years ago, Fortune magazine called it “the world’s most expensive home,” and Town & Coun(...)

Opponents of the legislation said it would be unprecedented to strip  right to same-sex marriage after it had been granted in a jurisdiction. Photograph: iStock

The Senate in Bermuda has voted to end same-sex marriage in the British island territory and allow only domestic partnerships. Senators approved the (...)

Tech veteran Annrai O’Toole: leads Workday in Ireland which recorded a 200 per cent rise in profits in Ireland in 2016.

Workday, the HR and financial management software company led in Ireland by former Iona Technologies and Cape Clear co-founder Annrai O’Toole, recorde(...)

The Google Ireland offices on Barrow Street, Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Google Ireland, the Dublin-based hub through which the search engine diverts sales from across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, saw a 16 per cent j(...)

Bono & Hamilton

Yes, Bono is a hypocrite – but so is Ireland. Around the world, the U2 frontman is the most instantly recognisable living Irishman. It is entirely app(...)

 Marcial Maciel Degollado  is embraced by Pope John Paul II in a ceremony on January 3th, 1991, marking the 50th anniversary of the Legionaries of Christ. Photograph: Getty Images

An Irish priest played a key role in offshore structures holding substantial assets belonging to the wealthy but secretive Catholic order the Legionar(...)

AIB has been caught up in the controversy around offshore tax avoidance by wealthy customers following the leaking of the Paradise Papers. Photograph:  Cyril Byrne

The relationship between AIB and the Appleby offshore law firm’s office in the Isle of Man is an extraordinarily intimate one. Not only do the leaked(...)

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