It’s galling that the former ECB chief wouldn’t face the Dáil, but we’re still looking to blame someone else for the crash
The ECB’s former head blamed the Irish banks for the banking crisis when he took questions from members of the inquiry
Sure, there was a degree of backslapping, but the spring statement by Noonan and Howlin was impressive in a number of ways
Eugene Sheehy and Brian Goggin, the men who ran AIB and BOI, have very different takes on what happened on the evening of September 29, 2008.
There is a fairer alternative to the government’s economic plan