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Kevin Babington conducts a horse riding lesson by speaking to his students through wireless headsets from his back porch in Loxahatchee, Florida. Photograph: Saul Martinez/NYT

The Hampton Classic is an unlikely scene for a disaster. In videos, the late summer sun is splitting the spaces between the stands. The tops of the tr(...)

Visa’s study also found that 53 per cent of Irish people plan to continue buying goods through the internet as the virus persists.

Most consumers intend to continue shopping on-line while Covid-19 lurks in the background, according to one credit card company. Debit and credit car(...)

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Ulster Bank has introduced Apple Pay to its business customers, integrating it across its Mastercard commercial cards, and Visa Debit cards. The syst(...)

The New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Joe Kennedy reportedly said in 1929 that he knew it was time to get out of the market when the shoeshine boys were giving stock tips. Are we witnessin(...)

Stephen Scullion at the launch of the KBC Virtual Dublin Marathon, which takes place over the October Bank Holiday weekend. Photograph: Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

Every Olympic athlete had their own measures of motivation during the lockdown and for Stephen Scullion these included bottles of wine and takeaway fo(...)

Consumers continue to be thrown under the bus or simply ignored. ‘The reality is consumers have been left in a no-man’s land and have seen their rights trampled over,’ says consumer advocate Dermott Jewell. Photograph: iStock.

Reader complaints and concerns about travel have not slowed even slightly as the country has eased its way out of lockdown and, if anything, we are ge(...)

A report by Accenture published on Wednesday predicted that cash usage would fall by an average of 30 per cent across Europe this year. Photograph: PA Wire

The pandemic is heralding a “permanent” shift in consumer spending, with increases in debit card and domestic transactions here to stay, according to (...)

A Permanent TSB office in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Permanent TSB has signed a seven-year deal with Visa that will see the payments company continue to provide the bank’s payments cards. The extension(...)

Housebuilder Glenveagh Properties was among the top performers on the Iseq index, advancing 8.6 per cent to 60 cent. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European shares closed higher on Thursday as a surprise rise in China’s exports suggested some resilience in global demand, while a batch of mostly st(...)

The Banking and Payments Federation of Ireland fears disruption with consumers reliant on online shopping during the health crisis.

Pressure is mounting on the Central Bank of Ireland to further delay the enforcement of new EU regulations aimed at making online payments more secure(...)

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