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Minister for Justice and Equality Charlie Flanagan. Photograph: Tom Honan for The Irish Times

Partners in law firms will be able to protect their personal assets by using new corporate structures following a move on Monday by Minister for Justi(...)

BP’s incoming chief executive is Listowelnative Bernard Looney.

Irishman Bernard Looney has been named as incoming chief executive of oil giant BP, the second time this week that an Irish person has taken over at a(...)

 Democratic presidential candidate senator Elizabeth Warren has specifically threatened to go after Facebook, Google and Amazon, which all have major operations in Dublin. Photograph:   Scott Eisen/Getty Images

On most issues, the surging US presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s catchphrase is that she has “a plan for that”. Her centrepiece business polic(...)

A panel at the Conservative party conference in Manchester muses about how to get Brexit on. Or possibly done. Photograph: Ian Forsyth / Getty Images.

Image of the week: Get your Brexit on Another week, another set of Brexit horrors in mantra-loving Britain, where in the bubble of the Conservative P(...)

Murphy will have to win over some sceptical observers when he takes over the biggest job in UK grocery retailing, replacing the outgoing Dave Lewis. Photograph: Tolga Akmen/AFP via Getty Images

“Ken who?” sneered one London financial analyst, after low-profile former Boots executive Ken Murphy was named as the next group chief executive of Te(...)

Ryanair declined 3.75% to €10.40, eradicating the previous session’s gain.

The FTSE 100 had its worst day in three years as stocks sold off on Wednesday amid fears that the fallout from the US-China trade war is spreading to (...)

Dave Lewis: departure is a surprise. Photograph: Reuters

Low-profile Cork accountant, Ken Murphy, has been thrust into the spotlight after he was named as next-in-line for one of the biggest jobs in European(...)

The Law Society of Ireland, Blackhall Place, Dublin. The society says its solicitors roll had received 1,560 applications in the year to date. Photograph: Eric Luke

UK law firms have ramped up preparation for Brexit by registering a record number of solicitors in Ireland but confusion remains about how many of th(...)

Sinn Féin’s finance spokesman Pearse Doherty said legal costs and claims are going down yet insurance premiums are going up.

Data from the courts showing a slight decrease in the number of personal injury cases taken last year, and a 29 per cent fall in the value of awards a(...)

Maria Bailey told a Sunday newspaper she wanted to ‘draw a line in the sand’ on the issue, insisting that she had been hurt in the incident and left with €7,000 worth of medical bills. Photograph: Dara MacDónaill

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has admitted that Fine Gael TD Maria Bailey’s now-dropped personal injuries claim against a Dublin hotel caused “reputational h(...)

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