Andrew Fanning

Andrew Fanning

Pay growth speeds up, but still modest

Pay growth speeds up, but still modest

Finance workers best paid, with earnings up almost 14 per cent in five years

The factors behind sterling's latest slide

The factors behind sterling's latest slide

Poll shows election race tightening, while weaker economic figures also weigh

What Friday's papers say

What Friday's papers say

Poll boost for Coveney; Legal & General opts for Dublin; City traders pile into EuroMillions

Business diary: Friday May 26

Business diary: Friday May 26

The main business events scheduled for the days ahead

An Post banks on new strategy as losses climb

An Post banks on new strategy as losses climb

Mail slump burned through reserves but price rises steadied financial position

British visitor numbers take a pounding

British visitor numbers take a pounding

10.7 per cent drop in past 12 months poses challenge to tourism industry

5 ways Europa win will boost Man Utd's finances

5 ways Europa win will boost Man Utd's finances

Missing out on Champions League would have hit value of key sponsorship deal

Ministers orders ODCE report on FitzPatrick probe

Ministers orders ODCE report on FitzPatrick probe

Judge found 'fundamental errors' in investigation led by corporate watchdog

Charities watchdog to probe GLEN finances

Charities watchdog to probe GLEN finances

Inspectors to look at issues raised by documents from closed LGBT charity

Small firms' mood brighter, but Brexit a worry

Small firms' mood brighter, but Brexit a worry

SFA conference told that confidence among members has improved in recent months

Brands under pressure as own-label sales grow

Brands under pressure as own-label sales grow

Irish names take top four spots, but most top brands' reach declining

Regulators' key concerns about Irish banks

Regulators' key concerns about Irish banks

Central Bank chief wants speedier action on bad loans, and changes in bank culture

The key figures showing a jobs market upturn

The key figures showing a jobs market upturn

Unemployment rate falls below 7 per cent as employment jumps, CSO figures show

AIB row sparks union call to delay sale

AIB row sparks union call to delay sale

Noonan has insisted Dáil vote on flotation delay not legally binding

What Friday's papers say

What Friday's papers say

Varadkar's early FG lead; AIB sale confusion; PAC focus on greyhound stadium sale; Ailes death could hit Fox probe