The Supreme Court decision will affect  about 140 Irish-based customers who had accounts at the Isle of Man branch before National Irish Bank closed its operation there in 2002. Photograph: David Cannon/Getty Images

The Supreme Court has ordered the former National Irish Bank (NIB) to disclose to the Revenue Commissioners details of Irish residents who had account(...)

The world’s biggest clothing group, Spain’s Inditex, is to open a Massimo Dutti store in the former HMV outlet on Dublin’s Grafton Street. photograph: alan betson

With the retail market finally showing signs of stability in sales and rents after years of steep declines due to the crash, the big story in the sect(...)

Silvio Berlusconi: expelled from Italian senate this week arising from his tax conviction which means he no longer has immunity from being imprisoned. photograph: angelo carconi/epa

Two Irish companies were part of the scheme that led to the successful prosecution for tax fraud last August of the former Italian prime minister, Sil(...)

45/47 Henry Street: Dealz likely to move out in February to allow Barcelona-based fashion retailer Mango to refit the store. photograph: eric luke

The onslaught of overseas fashion labels is to take a new twist early in the new year when the Spanish high street brand Mango is to open its first ci(...)

Tower Records is to relocate early in the new year from its current base on Dublin’s Wicklow Street to the former Waterstones’ book shop at the bottom(...)

Then  taoiseach Charles Haughey arriving to give evidence at the Tribunal of Inquiry into the Beef Industry in October 1982.

When you look back at Irish business journalism over the past 50 years and business journalism in The Irish Times in particular, the temptation is to (...)

Former solicitor Thomas Byrne has alleged at his ¤52 million theft and fraud trial that some banks knew he was using invalid collateral when they granted him loans.

Former solicitor Thomas Byrne has alleged at his €52 million theft and fraud trial that some banks knew he was using invalid collateral when they gran(...)

Danske, which has 100,000 personal and 10,000 business customers, is the second bank to announce plans to close this week after ACCBank said it was to hand back its banking licence next year with the loss of about 180 jobs.

Three-quarters of mortgages over three months in arrears at Ireland’s six main lenders have yet to be restructured, figures from the Department of F(...)

Existing day-to-day Danske personal customer products and services will be withdrawn on a phased basis during the first half of 2014

What is happening?Danske Bank has reviewed its Irish operation and decided to stop selling personal and banking products to new customers with immedia(...)

Tower Records store, Wicklow Street, Dublin: COS to occupy 743sq m (8,000sq ft) of retail space at ground and first floor levels. Photograph: Eric Luke

Only weeks after confirming plans to open a major H&M fashion store in the former National Irish Bank on Dublin’s College Green, the Swedish group(...)

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