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Neelie Kroes pictured  in Dublin Castle in 2013. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

For years, Neelie Kroes traveled Europe as one of the continent’s senior officials, warning big corporations that they couldn’t “run away” from the E(...)

Market boom: it’s quite common for multiple indices to hit new highs at the same time. Photograph: Eric Thayer/Bloomberg

The three main US equity indices recently hit simultaneous record highs for the first time since the dotcom era, but today’s markets are very differe(...)

An American flag flying outside the New York Stock Exchange. Earnings are forecast to decline by 5.4 per cent, but the true figures are unlikely to be that bad.  Photograph: Eric Thayer/Bloomberg

The US earnings season has begun. Analyst expectations are low, with stocks forecast to post their fifth consecutive quarter of lower year-over-year p(...)

The Bank of America building in Los Angeles: Revenue at the bank fell 7.1 per cent to $20.4 billion. Photograph: Mike Blake/Reuters

Bank of America, the second-biggest US bank by assets, said second-quarter profit fell 21 per cent as the firm took an accounting charge and posted a (...)

 The Irish Financial Services Centre: home to many a special purpose vehicles A scene from the Oscar-winning ‘Il Postino’

What have a mythological Irish queen famed for ravishing men, a legendary war goddess who took the form of a bloodthirsty crow, and a nubile Greek nym(...)

Analysts at Investec in Dublin said they were reviewing their forecasts for Bank of Ireland as 16 per cent of its estimated pretax profit is denominated in sterling, while slower UK loan growth and a potential easing of Irish economic growth would also hit earnings.

The UK’s shock decision to quit the European Union is set to trigger a raft of profit alerts from Irish companies in the coming months, with analysts (...)

Mario Draghi: the president of the European Central Bank will have the bank this month begin buying up corporate bonds for the first time. Photograph:  Reuters/Ralph Orlowski

Mario Draghi, the Pied Piper of Frankfurt, is playing a new tune – and some of Ireland’s best-known companies are skipping behind him. The European (...)

Dublin City University will today launch a new programme aimed at engaging the talents and energy of retired or soon-to-retire professionals as they seek new challenges.

Universities and colleges are responding to the rapid growth in the population of older people in Ireland by offering retirees a chance to develop a s(...)

Michael O’Leary: the Ryanair chief has been doing his bit for the Remain campaign in Britain’s EU referendum
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Image of the week: Brussels bound No one can accuse Michael O’Leary of not doing his bit for the Remain campaign in Britain’s EU referendum. It was o(...)

The Microsoft block in the South County Business Park has 283 parking spaces and a site area of 2.4 hectares

Green Property is to sell a 20-year-old office building in Leopardstown, Dublin 18, with scope to substantially increase the size of the development. (...)

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