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AIB sets out details of capital restructuring plan

AIB sets out details of capital restructuring plan

The bank is planning to cut the number of shares in issue by 99 per cent

INM back in growth for first time in eight years

INM back in growth for first time in eight years

Digital ads growth of 43.6% offsets print decline as Irish Times distribution deal yields growth

Paddy Power says trading in line with expectations

Paddy Power says trading in line with expectations

The bookmaker said strong underlying growth offset unfavourable sporting results

AIB says impaired loans down by €2 billion in the third quarter

AIB says impaired loans down by €2 billion in the third quarter

The bank said lending drawdowns increased by 53 per cent year-on-year

Hollande calls on US-Russia alliance to combat Islamic State

Hollande calls on US-Russia alliance to combat Islamic State

A global effort was needed, Hollande said, to raze “the biggest terrorist factory the world has ever known”

Newsround: what it says in Tuesday's papers

Newsround: what it says in Tuesday's papers

Hollande seeks extension of emergency powers, legal profession wins concessions in upcoming reform and Budget 2016 approved by European Commission

Rents rise 30 per cent in four years

Rents rise 30 per cent in four years

Average outlay remains six per cent below peak prices

Business Diary: Tuesday, November 17

Business Diary: Tuesday, November 17

The main business events scheduled for the days ahead

Financial engineering can get us out of crisis: Patrick Honohan

Financial engineering can get us out of crisis: Patrick Honohan

Lack of trust and a fear of moral hazard has inhibited financial innovation, he told London School of Economics

Power-sharing agreement reached in Northern Ireland

Power-sharing agreement reached in Northern Ireland

Six chapter document covering paramilitarism, welfare and finance produced

Michelle Morrison ordered to pay costs in Dalkey house row

Michelle Morrison ordered to pay costs in Dalkey house row

Legal bill in previous disputes over house had reached €875,000

Draghi presses Ireland to sell bonds linked to Anglo bailout

Draghi presses Ireland to sell bonds linked to Anglo bailout

“Only by fully and expeditiously disposing of these assets can the monetary financing concerns be fully dispelled," Draghi says

Japan falls into recession for second time under 'Abenomics'

Japan falls into recession for second time under 'Abenomics'

Weakness in business investment and shrinking inventories drove the contraction

Central Bank's Gerlach says mortgage rules working "as intended"

Central Bank's Gerlach says mortgage rules working "as intended"

Mortgage brokers warn lending volumes expected to drop by up to 30% in the fourth quarter

Bank of Ireland ‘turns off’ paper statements for tens of thousands of customers

Bank of Ireland ‘turns off’ paper statements for tens of thousands of customers

From tomorrow, the bank is moving towards so-called ‘eStatements’