David Duffy

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Most Junior Cert students left the science exam happy, according to teacher Luke Saunders. Photo: iStock

Both higher and ordinary level science papers were fair and the visual layout of the papers was less cluttered than in recent years, according to teac(...)

October 2008: AIB chief executive Eugene Sheehy rules out bailout. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

August 2008: AIB reports a €1.28 billion pretax profit for the first half of 2008. Pays €270 million dividend to shareholders as most other banks glob(...)

David Duffy: joined CYBG as chief executive from AIB in June 2015

CYBG, the lender spun off from National Australia Bank, posted a 15 per cent rise in first-half underlying profit on Tuesday and said it remained on (...)

David Duffy: AIB becoming a private bank again “is a necessary step to remain successful”. Photograph: Joanne O’Brien

For David Duffy and the Clydesdale and Yorkshire banking group (CYBG) that he leads, the future is digital, with a capital ’B’. B is the name of CY(...)

Ciarán Hancock and panel at the Inside Business live podcast.

What does the future of banking hold? Far fewer jobs for real people, according to former AIB chief executive David Duffy. “Process activity, and fr(...)

Workbench branch: “We’ve seen great ideas formed simply from guys sitting beside each other,” says Gavin Kelly of Bank of Ireland. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

It’s midmorning in Bank of Ireland’s Grand Canal Square branch, in Dublin, and about a dozen local entrepreneurs are huddled over their laptops, beave(...)

Richie Boucher will remain in his role as Bank of Ireland chief executive until a successor is found. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Richie Boucher is to step down as Bank of Ireland chief executive later this year, after more than eight years in the role. The bank announced on F(...)

 The avaiation industry is “a proper paddy party” and  Tallaght’s Alan Joyce is on course for a decade at the helm at Qantas. Photograph: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images

Ideally, green neckties would be banned. They rarely look good; slime-coloured fashion crimes slithering down the front of their wearers’ shirts. St P(...)

AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne: his basic salary increased by 4.3 per cent to €500,000, the maximum allowed under the Government’s salary cap

The total remuneration paid by AIB to its directors last year fell by more than 6 per cent to just under €2.5 million, in spite of increases in the ba(...)

AIB received a €20.8bn taxpayer bailout during the financial crisis while the State continues to hold an almost 14% stake in Bank of Ireland as a consequence of that emergency.

The chairman of AIB has warned the Minister for Finance that the bank may face staffing problems because it remains shackled by Government-imposed pay(...)

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