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Richard Moat, chief executive of Eir: “Our vision for our customers is a converged future.” Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Telecommunications company Eir, which on Thursday released strong interim results, has held talks with three ratings agencies as it tries to secure an(...)

Moody’s  headquarters in New York. Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/GettyImages

The world’s second-largest credit ratings agency has agreed to pay nearly $864 million (€812 million) to settle US government and state claims that it(...)

Fitch, one of the world’s three leading credit rating firms, stuck to its A rating on Ireland on Friday evening

Fitch, one of the world’s three leading credit rating firms, stuck to its A rating on Ireland on Friday evening, saying while economy and State’s fina(...)

Michael Noonan suggested  ECB’s  Mario Draghi, above, would not allow Italian   banks get into difficulty. Photograph: Ralph Orlowski/Reuters

The latest geopolitical tumult came from the euro zone’s third-largest economy as Italy emphatically rejected prime minister Matteo Renzi and his cons(...)

Houses for sale: Fitch predicts that house prices will grow by 3-4% in 2017. Photograph: David Cheskin/PA Wire

The pressure on growth and political uncertainty likely to follow Brexit could hit the Republic’s banks, according to ratings agency Fitch. Fitch, w(...)

British prime minister Theresa May  addresses delegates at the annual Confederation of British Industry. Photograph: Justin Tallis/AFP

Ireland may be cushioned from the worst of Brexit as UK prime minister Theresa May said on Monday she intends to avoid a “cliff edge” for British busi(...)

Ireland’s aircraft leasing industry generates more than €20bn worth of transactions every year

Tough new banking rules could spell problems for the Republic’s aircraft leasing industry which generates more than €20 billion worth of transactions (...)

Italian state president Sergio Mattarella yesterday intervened in a burgeoning row prompted by remarks by the US ambassador apparently in favour of pr(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny: “had a conversation” European Council president Donald Tusk about the Apple judgment. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

For so long the good boys in the class, the Government remained firmly on the European Union’s naughty step this week as the fallout from the Europea(...)

James Park, chief executive of Fitbit, said Ireland might need to deal with a perception that US companies get special tax deals. Photograph:  Dara Mac Donaill

James Park flew into a storm as he arrived to open Fitbit ’s new offices in Dublin last week, one day after Europe slapped Apple with a record tax de(...)

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