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Not happy: National Lottery. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The National Lottery is particularly exercised by the arrival of so-called synthetic lotteries to the Irish market – there are about 15 operating here(...)

Peter Casey (60) on the set of ‘Dragons’ Den’, RTÉ

According to the latest opinion poll and the received political wisdom, Michael D Higgins is as good as a certainty to be re-elected as president. T(...)

Former Paddy Power Betfair chief executive Breon Corcoran (R) saw his salary increase 105% before he left the bookmaker. Photograph: Eric Luke

The bosses of Ireland’s top 20 companies earned, on average, 33 times more than their staff and secured pay increases twice as large as their employee(...)

Mark Enright on his way to winning the Galway Plate on Clarcam. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Online betting exchanges are a 21st-century phenomenon. They work like this: one client fancies a horse to win at 2/1, the other offers those odds aga(...)

The World Cup, which ended in July, will add £8 million to Paddy Power’s profits this year.

Paddy Power Betfair shares tumbled on Wednesday after the company warned that earnings would fall short of its previous predictions. The Irish bettin(...)

Ryanair said it purchased 328,900 shares for an average price of €12.9569, totalling about €4.26 million

Ryanair and Paddy Power Betfair on Monday repurchased more stock under their respective share buyback schemes. The airline, which announced its €750 (...)

KBC Bank Ireland is due to release results on Thursday. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

MONDAY Results: Marriott International, Sotheby’s. Indicators: euro-zone retail PMI (Jul); UK car sales (Jul); German factory orders (Jun), constr(...)

Last month Paddy Power Betfair merged its US unit with New York-based FanDuel, giving it 61%  of the merged business in exchange for assets and €135m cash. Photograph:  Paddy Power Betfair/PA Wire

Paddy Power Betfair’s new US subsidiary FanDuel Group has linked up with Boyd Gaming in a strategic partnership to deliver sport betting and online ca(...)

Former Arthur Cox chairman James O’Dwyer, who died in New York last weekend.

Former Arthur Cox chairman and managing partner James O’Dwyer (71) died last Sunday in New York after a brief illness. Mr O’Dwyer was regarded as on(...)

The GAA’s decision not to distribute tickets through clubs, thereby creating an online backlog and physical queues for supporters wishing to attend Su(...)

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