David Duffy

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A key part of life in third level is making new friends and getting involved in college activities. Above: members of the UCC Choir  before backstage before an appearance on the ‘Late Late Show’. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

When summer ends and the Leaving Cert exams fade into distant memory, preparing for a new life at a third level college can be a challenge. As excit(...)

Richie Boucher’s total 2015 pay was up 14 per cent on 2014 as that year he elected to waive €118,000 of his salary, but last year he only waived €17,000. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Irish bankers, once among the top-paid chief executives of public companies, have been languishing in recent years at the bottom of the pile. Their (...)

ESRI senior economist David Duffy said imports should outstrip exports this year and next as strong Irish investment involves the acquisition of patents and intellectual property rights from overseas and the import of raw materials and goods to meet rising consumer demand. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The Economic and Social Research Institute has scaled back its full-year Irish economic forecast amid a slowdown in activity in recent months in the U(...)

Biology is the most popular non-compulsory subject, with 34,921 (62 per cent) of students sitting the paper this year. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Biology students faced a tough paper which spanned a wide variety of topics on the syllabus and required students to have an in-depth knowledge of th(...)

The Central Bank has published a bulletin on the code of conduct for mortgage arrears. For the first time there are details on those who have not co-operated with their lenders

So now we know. The Central Bank yesterday published a bulletin on the code of conduct on mortgage arrears. Tucked away towards the back were – for th(...)

CYBG chief executive  David Duffy insists pay is not a motivating factor in his life. Photograph: Joanne O’Brien David Duffy, banker at London HQ for CYBG, 5.4.2016 Photographer Joanne O'Brien 0044 7973326942

It’s day two of CYBG’s tenancy of the Leadenhall Building in London, otherwise known as the Cheesegrater, and the group’s Irish chief executive, Davi(...)

Former AIB chief executive David Duffy said: “If you’re doing an IPO and expecting investors to put up money for a €15 billion or €20 billion [value] IPO . . . they like management to be as exposed to the performance of the bank as they are.”

Former AIB chief executive David Duffy believes potential investors in a flotation of the bank’s shares would want its executives locked in to a long(...)

The ESRI estimates that if property prices continue to rise at the current rate of 6 per cent per annum, all households would be free of negative equity by the end of 2019. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The number of households in negative equity has dipped under 100,000 for the first time in eight years, according to the Economic and Social Research (...)

Chief executive Bernard Byrne saw his remuneration rise 3 per cent last year

AIB paid its chief executive Bernard Byrne €587,000 in total remuneration last year, an increase of 3 per cent on 2014. His basic salary increased (...)

AIB  will publish its full-year figures for 2015 on Thursday morning. They are expected to be knock-out results.  Photograph: Frank Miller

Given that we won’t know the precise composition of the new government until some time after Easter, we can say with some certainty that there won’t n(...)

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