Andrew Fanning

Andrew Fanning

Online property auction firm makes British move

Online property auction firm makes British move

BidX1 plans to hold first British auction in spring after buying Andrews & Robertson

Bank workers' union names new head

Bank workers' union names new head

FSU aiming to widen base as Larry Broderick steps down after 16 years as general secretary

Banks' tracker bill heads towards €1 billion

Banks' tracker bill heads towards €1 billion

Central Bank Governor Philip Lane tells Oireachtas committee it will look at action against individual bankers

Dealz owner to enter discount fashion market

Dealz owner to enter discount fashion market

Dealz and Poundland MD says PEP&CO investment sign of confidence after strong Christmas trading

Census changes boost employment figures

Census changes boost employment figures

CSO adjustments add around 100,000 to employment and labour force figures as survey finds more young and EU workers

Tributes paid to Dolores O'Riordan

Tributes paid to Dolores O'Riordan

Book of condolence in Limerick for Cranberries singer, who died in London aged 46

Dutch group APG joins Hines for Cherrywood project

Dutch group APG joins Hines for Cherrywood project

Joint venture eyes further Dublin opportunities after plan for 1,200 build-to-rent apartments

NTMA upbeat, but warns on corporate tax reliance

NTMA upbeat, but warns on corporate tax reliance

Department of Finance says 10 companies account for 6 per cent of all tax revenue

Negative broker report greets new PP Betfair chief

Negative broker report greets new PP Betfair chief

Shares fall as Morgan Stanley analysts say Peter Jackson faces challenges to increase online revenue growth

Public transport numbers tracking jobs growth

Public transport numbers tracking jobs growth

NTA figures show big increases in numbers using Dublin Bus and Luas, but strike hits Bus Éireann figures

IDA hits jobs target early, but regions a challenge

IDA hits jobs target early, but regions a challenge

Agency expects more Brexit announcements. but net figure down as job losses at multinational companies rise

Profile of Xavier Niel: The French connector

Profile of Xavier Niel: The French connector

Having previously portrayed himself as an outsider, in 2010 Niel overcame opposition from France’s then-president Nicolas Sarkozy to become co-owner of the ultimate elite institution, Le Monde

EU green light for SME shares scheme

EU green light for SME shares scheme

'Keep' plan is aimed at helping SMEs attract key staff, but details have attracted criticism from some start-ups and investors

RTÉ apologises to Seán Gallagher over Frontline tweet

RTÉ apologises to Seán Gallagher over Frontline tweet

Broadcaster acknowledges failings in programme and pays "substantial damages" in settlement of legal action

Low loan levels keep pressure on credit unions

Low loan levels keep pressure on credit unions

Central Bank report says sector still struggling despite recent improvements