A number of factors are combining to cut into pension pots and that means trouble in the years ahead, writes Barry J Whyte.
The defined-benefit pension fund of the Society of the Irish Motor Industry is being wound down after the economic crisis wiped out dozens of car dealerships whose employees were members of the scheme.
A businessman who previously settled a legal challenge with disgruntled investors in his property company is launching a new algorithmic trading system for people who want to trade in the volatile currency markets.
The so-called ''patent cliff'' on pharmaceutical drugs could knock as much as Euro 6.5 billion off Ireland's economic output over the next four years, according to a high-level government report.
Bitcoin has taken the financial world by storm during 2013. But is it truly a quantum leap in currency terms, or merely another opportunistic Ponzi scheme? Barry J Whyte reports.
Three Dublin-based investment funds owned by US talent agency Creative Artists Agency (CAA) took in at least Euro 11 million in the last two years from their investment in football.