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Jamie Dimon, chief executive of JP Morgan at the bank’s new Irish headquarters on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay,Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan

The frisson in the air is palpable as JP Morgan chief executive and Wall Street grandee, Jamie Dimon, wanders around the banking giant’s new Irish hea(...)

 Ben Gilroy  apologised to the court and said his remarks were “out of character”. The clips on social media, the court heard, have been taken down. File photograph: Alan Betson

Anti-eviction campaigner Ben Gilroy has been given a one month suspended prison sentence after he admitted being in criminal contempt of court. The (...)

Linda Hussey Smith and Gordon Smith (Light blue shirt)  leaving the Four Courts on Tuesday escorted by gardaí. Photograph: Collins Courts

A couple have been freed from custody after they apologised before the High Court and purged their contempt over their failure to obey a High Court or(...)

Chris Hughton: “Fans appreciate his honesty and calmness in victory or defeat. He has never tried to make the success about him or individual players. It’s about the whole team and the club.” Photograph: Reuters/Alan Walter

There are places on the map of English football that pulsate when viewed through Irish eyes. Manchester, Liverpool, north London? Places where many of(...)

JP Morgan’s borrowing business increased across residential mortgages, business loans, credit cards, and even auto loans, an area where some lenders have been pulling back.

JPMorgan Chase & Co, the biggest US bank by assets, reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit on Friday due to strong loan growth and highe(...)

The new retirement and workforce pattern is entirely different than in previous times – people now have an average of 11-12 jobs over their lifetime, and typically more than one career

It will come as little surprise to discover that the importance of a pension in a package of employee benefits is inversely proportional to age. (...)

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin: his department said it was cancelling the project because the economic and technical requirements for it had “fundamentally changed”. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Government has cancelled a major technology project that would have allowed it to buy cloud computing services in a way that reduced complexity (...)