ESB pledged to pay the exchequer a dividend of €88 million from its 2019 profits.

Efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions from its operations in the Republic are costing the ESB €60 million, according to the State-owned energy group(...)

2WML in Dublin docklands

Thomas Edwards-Moss, chief financial officer of Hibernia Real Estate Investment Trust (Reit), spent more than €50,000 buying shares in the property co(...)

CRH fell more than 14% to €17.42 on fears of a global recession and moves by an activist investor. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Trading was briefly halted on Wall Street, while European shares marked their worst close in nearly seven years on Wednesday as recent stimulus measur(...)

Bríd Horan, Nephin Energy chairwoman and co-chair of Balance for Better Business, speaks at the group’s event in December 2019

The Republic is now ranked 15th in the EU for the representation of women on the boards of publicly quoted companies, up from 17th, according to an up(...)

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley: he described 2019 as a very strong year. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Investment fund-backed landlords could spend €5 billion snapping up new homes in or close to the Republic’s cities, builder Cairn Homes says. Dublin-(...)

Airlines and tourism-related stocks were amongst the hardest hit with countries curbing travel. Photograph: Getty Images

Hopes that the coronavirus could be contained to China vanished over the past week as infections spread around the world, countries started stockpilin(...)

The start  of trading  on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday.  Wall Street stocks opened sharply lower, joining a sell-off in most global bourses   as the  coronavirus spreads. Photograph:  Getty Images

This week’s coronavirus-induced sell-off had wiped €6.7 billion off the value of all shares listed on the Irish Stock Exchange between the opening of (...)

Flutter Entertainment chief executive Peter Jackson:  said  public health took primacy over other concerns. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Coronavirus could claim more sports fixtures following the postponement of Ireland’s Six Nations Rugby clash with Italy, Peter Jackson, chief executiv(...)

Kingspan chief executive Gene Murtagh said the coronavirus outbreak could be a “big negative” for the business in 2020 if it continued. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Kingspan has a €750 million war chest to fund the acquisition of rivals, according to Gene Murtagh, the Irish insulation maker’s chief executive. Th(...)

Cairn Homes shed 8.62 per cent to €1.124, cutting its worth by about €74 million.

Investors dumped Irish banks, housebuilders and property stocks as the prospect of Sinn Féin forming the next government grew through Monday. Sinn Fé(...)

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