Bob Mackenzie

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“Our partnership with EVO allows us to become a force for change in the UK card-payments market, to bring greater simplicity, trust, and fairness for our members.” Photograph: Getty Images

Dublin-headquartered card payments technology firm EVO Payments is investing €1.8 million in its Irish operation as it enters the British card payment(...)

AA membership in Ireland grew by 6.4 per cent to 136,500 in 2016. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Revenue at insurer and breakdown assist provider AA Ireland rose by 10 per cent in 2016, as the company, which was acquired by a US private equity fun(...)

Under Armour fell as much as 10.16%  to a record low after the sportswear maker cut its full-year sales forecast

European stocks gained for the first time in four days as companies including BP and Rolls-Royce Holdings reported better-than-forecast profit and da(...)

The AA said its performance in the first half of its financial year had been hit by a combination of an erratic workload and an inherently fixed cost base. Photograph: Phil Noble/Reuters

Roadside recovery and motor insurance company AA has fired executive chairman Bob Mackenzie for gross misconduct and lowered its full-year forecasts, (...)

Paid personal members grew in every month in the second quarter to 3.3 million, reversing a trend of falling numbers

The AA has driven back into profit after the breakdown service said it has reversed a decline in falling membership numbers. The group said pre-tax p(...)

The AA, best known for its roadside recovery services, said it had priced its initial public offering  at 250p a share. Photograph: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

Shares in AA Group fell after the UK motoring organisation joined the London stock market, just a month after its sister company Saga failed to impres(...)