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Martin King says he does not turn on the television on Christmas Day and enjoys the company and food instead.

When do festivities usually kick off in your household? We used to be traditional, with decorations going up around December 8th, but in the last cou(...)

 Bank of Ireland CEO Francesca McDonagh   at the bank’s agm in the RDS last year. Photograph: Laura Hutton

More than 90 per cent of Bank of Ireland’s 10,400-strong workforce are set to benefit from an average 2.95 per cent pay increase that has been agreed (...)

The bank has agreed to increase the minimum starter salary in the Republic from €23,500 to €25,000, according to sources. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Some 90 per cent of Bank of Ireland’s 10,500-strong workforce are set to benefit from an average 3.1 per cent pay increase agreed with the lender’s ma(...)

The test card had been transmitting for 12 days before the Indian summer’s Sunday when taoiseach Bertie Ahern pushed the button that put TV3 on air. I(...)

Claire Brock will present the new 8pm news bulletin on Virgin Media One (TV3). Photograph: Brian McEvoy

News and current affairs will be boosted and there will be a Reeling in the Years-style look back at Ireland’s recent past in the first autumn season (...)

‘Homes Under the Hammer’ reveals the gritty reality of the property world that would have Dermot Bannon reaching for the Xanax

We live in a world stuffed with entertainment, in this ultra modern age you have the ability to watch anything you like whenever you like. From using(...)

Ulster Bank headquarters in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ulster Bank has agreed a pay deal with staff that will involve average increases of close to 2 per cent for employees both sides of the Border. The (...)

Members of the finance union IBOA in Bank Of Ireland backed the new pay proposals in a ballot held this week

Workers at Bank of Ireland have voted in favour of a new pay deal which will see the majority of staff receiving a 2.2 per cent rise this year and a f(...)

  Haruhiko Kuroda, governor of the Bank of Japan, speaks during a panel session on the closing day at the 46th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos. Photograph: Jean Christophe Bott/EPA

The Bank of Japan unexpectedly cut a benchmark interest rate below zero on Friday, stunning investors with another bold move to revive the economy as (...)

The report of an independent mediator has recommended that there should a general increase for Bank of Ireland personnel and a separate rise based on performance.

The majority of staff in Bank of Ireland are set to receive pay increases of about 2.2 per cent next year and a further 2.6 per cent in 2017. The rep(...)

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