It's crunch time for Greece - and the euro. What happens next?
Mr Justice Brian Cregan blocked move because a similar British case is already before the European court
Independent TD Mick Wallace, law firm Tughans and successful bidder Cerberus will all appear as witnesses
RSA Insurance Group has hired Scott Egan from Towergate Insurance to become chief financial officer, replacing Richard Houghton.
Ryanair has announced its first Israel flights, with three new routes at Eilat Ovda Airport to to Budapest, Kaunas and Krakow.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has said that a Greek exit from the euro zone should “be avoided”.
The state is postponing the sale of Russian and Ukrainian assets accumulated from the family of the former billionaire Sean Quinn after prices slumped, according to reports.
Greece’s stock market will remained closed today and Wednesday after a bank holiday was extended two days.
Prime office yields in Dublin are among the highest in core European locations, according to a new report by Savills property consultants.
London luxury-home owners, who rushed to offer their houses and apartments for sale after the Conservative Party won May’s national election, are finding fewer buyers are interested.
Marks & Spencer has reported that underlying sales in its non-food business decreased in its first quarter.
The main stories in Tuesday’s papers
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was given hours yesterday to come up with a plan to keep his country in the euro as citizens endure a second week of capital controls.
Growth in house prices in Dublin was significantly lower than elsewhere in the country for a second quarter in a row.
Ukrainian inflation, the fastest in Europe, slowed for a second month in June as the hryvnia stabilised.
Upcoming business events for the days ahead.
INMO figures reveals worrying rise in the number of patients being treated on trolleys
Euro-area leaders wanted Greece to vote “Yes”. The Syriza-led government backed “No” - and they won. What will happen next?
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said the Greek government must now take steps to apply for a third bailout.
Irish manufacturing production fell by 7.8 per cent in May compared to April, according to the Central Statistics Office.
Investor sentiment in the euro zone rose in July despite turmoil surrounding Greece’s future as a member of the 19-nation currency bloc, a new survey shows.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s spokesperson has said there is still “no basis” for talks with Greece on debt relief or a new bailout package.
European stocks fell this morning following the decision yesterday by Greek voters to reject more austerity from the country’s troika of creditors.
Rolls-Royce has cut its profit forecasts for this year and 2016 as continued weakness in oil and gas markets and lower demand affects business.
Sacrificing Varoufakis for a new bailout is worth it for Greece, writes Ian Guider.
Calls about housing problems to the Free Legal Advice Centres were up by 82 per cent last year compared with 2013.
German factory orders slipped in May, with provisional data showing a 0.2 per cent monthly decline following an increase of 2.2 per cent in April.
Aer Lingus carried 1.148 million passengers in June, including passengers on its regional airline.
The main stories in Monday’s papers.
Yanis Varoufakis has resigned as Greece’s finance minister after the country delivered a resounding ‘no’ vote to reject creditors’ proposals on its bailout package.
European leaders will begin a series of meetings this week as Greece edged closer to exiting the eurozone after the country rejected its creditors bailout terms in yesterday's referendum.
The main business events this week.
Commission can only review phone bugs; Can’t probe bugging with other devices
The cabinet will shortly make key decisions on the October budget
Most ESB workers will get thousands of euros worth of free shares in the company as part of a €50 million share bailout deal.
UTV Ireland’s poor performance to date encouraged Liberty Global to buy TV3, as the nation’s largest commercial broadcaster
Banking inquiry to hear Quinlan still ‘big believer’ in Ireland Inc despite move abroad
The National Asset Management Agency needed clearance from Britain’s Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) before it could sell the London mansion
Deirdre Foley, one of the new owners of Clerys, has told Ged Nash, the Minister for Business and Employment
Wallace drops a bombshell, but what actually happened and who has questions to answer?
An Irish-made animated feature film is set to be shown in US cinemas after becoming the highest grossing Irish film so far this year.
€201 million stake in Canadian packaging giant gives Irish producer access to North American market
Irish construction heavyweight Kingspan has completed two bolt-on acquisitions in the US and Finland.
All political parties, groupings and independents prepare in case Taoiseach calls autumn election
Civil servants could face tax bills on any expenses payments that breach new rules laid down by the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform
Mayo-based media start-up Irish TV is set to seal a deal with US giant Comcast which will see its content distributed in America on the broadcasting giant’s platform there.
A key former adviser to Nama in Northern Ireland has called for a full internal investigation
The Central Bank of Ireland has decided not to avail of geothermal wells installed at a cost of €2 million to control temperatures