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    1. FT Photo Diary

      May 22, 2015

      Ireland votes on gay marriage

      A man walks past billboard posters promoting the Yes campaign in favour of same-sex marriage on Friday in Dublin, Ireland ...

    2. May 21, 2015

      Enoc moves to buy out Dragon Oil’s minority investors

      The controlling shareholder at Dragon Oil on Thursday unveiled an informal offer to buy out the crude producer’s minority...

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    1. Urban Ingenuity

      The winners of the 2013 FT/Citi Ingenuity Awards: Urban Ideas in Action...
    2. Ireland and the World

      Through its diaspora, its businesses, its cultural heritage and even the humble pint o...
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    1. May 19, 2015

      The Art of a Nation, Mall Galleries, London — review

      In the wild west world of Irish banking before the crisis of 2008-10, Allied Irish Banks drank the saloon dry. Allowing the...

    2. May 18, 2015

      Ireland prepares to vote in gay marriage referendum

      Irish voters could make history this week when they are asked in a referendum if they want to see the introduction of gay...

    3. FT Data

      May 13, 2015

      Ireland is the wealthiest economy in Europe...or not

      Gross domestic product (GDP) – the product generated in a country- is similar to the gross national product (GNP) – the...

    4. May 5, 2015

      General election: The dual stance of Sinn Féin

      When Gerry Adams was asked recently whether Sinn Féin, the Irish republican party he leads, would take its seats in the UK...

    5. April 30, 2015

      ECB’s Irish aid ‘totally unprecedented’, says Jean-Claude Trichet

      The European Central Bank provided more financial assistance to Ireland at the height of its banking crisis in 2010 than any...

    6. April 30, 2015

      IAG proposal to buy Aer Lingus set to be resolved

      The fate of Aer Lingus is close to being decided as International Airlines Group and the Dublin government near a compromise...

    7. April 28, 2015

      US tech groups spawn a fight between Europe’s data regulators

      Google, Facebook, Apple and now Twitter: the list of companies that submit to Ireland’s data protection regime is a long and...

    8. April 27, 2015

      Irish mortgage arrears backlash gains momentum

      In the unending fallout from Ireland’s great property-market crash, a latte-sipping 42-year-old Dublin mother-of-four is an...

    9. April 21, 2015

      Israel’s Teva offers $40.1bn for US drugmaker Mylan

      Teva, the largest generic drugmaker in the world, set the stage for the biggest pharma deal of 2015 by launching an...

    10. April 19, 2015

      Death Of A Comedian, Soho Theatre, London — review

      In some ways, Owen McCafferty’s play revisits the territory of Trevor Griffiths’ 1975 classic Comedians. But where Griffiths...

    11. April 16, 2015

      Glassland — film review

      Gerard Barrett’s Irish drama Glassland is made in High Arthouse style with close-ups so close it takes time to see the shape...

    12. March 30, 2015

      Dealmakers have fastest start since 2007

      Global dealmaking is off to its fastest start since 2007, with the value of mergers and acquisitions struck in the first...

    13. March 30, 2015

      Irish dairy farmers celebrate end of EU milk quotas

      Shane O’Loughlin is too young to remember a time when the EU was producing milk lakes and butter mountains. He was just a...

    14. March 30, 2015

      No Name Bar, Dublin

      Where Fade Street, city centre WiFi Yes Plug sockets Yes Espresso €2.10 Open 12.30pm-late Privacy 2/5 Hidden from sight on a...

    15. March 27, 2015

      Ireland embraces Polish immigrants

      As a biting wind whipped around the almost empty stands of a sports ground in central Dublin, the Poles almost beat the...

    16. March 25, 2015

      Etihad backs IAG €1.35bn Aer Lingus bid

      Etihad Airways, the third-largest shareholder in Aer Lingus, has said it would sell its stake if Dublin backs International...

    17. March 25, 2015

      Ireland braced for Brexit prospect

      As Europe’s leaders grapple with the possibility of Greece having to leave the eurozone, politicians and officials in Dublin...

    18. March 19, 2015

      CRH deal approved as Holcim-Lafarge talks stall

      Shareholders in CRH have given their overwhelming backing to a €6.5bn deal to buy assets from Lafarge and Holcim — even as...

    19. March 17, 2015

      Emirates National Oil moves to buy out Dragon Oil shareholders

      The majority owner of Dragon Oil, the cash-rich explorer with production assets off Turkmenistan, is seeking to buy out the...

    20. March 17, 2015

      Ireland’s recovery spreads beyond Dublin

      Karlo Schubert is so enamoured of Ireland that he is giving the benefit of the doubt even to the weather. As rain lashes the...

    21. March 12, 2015

      IAG and Dublin close to agreement on Aer Lingus takeover

      International Airlines Group and the Irish government are trying to hammer out a compromise over the fate of Aer Lingus’s...

    22. March 8, 2015

      Return to profit sparks Clydesdale move for AIB chief David Duffy

      David Duffy certainly has a sense of timing. The outgoing chief executive of Allied Irish Banks recalls being on a business...

    23. March 6, 2015

      Creditor beats a path to hard-up Irish speculator’s luxury door

      With its outdoor swimming pool, tennis court, rock star neighbours and spectacular sea views, Gorse Hill could be a house...

    24. March 5, 2015

      AIB reports first profit since Irish financial crisis

      Allied Irish Banks has boosted its chances of being returned to private ownership within the next 18 months after reporting...

    25. March 1, 2015

      Rebekah Brooks set for social media return to Murdoch empire

      Rebekah Brooks, the former tabloid newspaper editor who was cleared of all charges in Britain’s phone-hacking scandal, is...

    26. February 25, 2015

      Hedge fund challenges Petroceltic over failed vote to oust chief

      Vincent Boland in Dublin An activist hedge fund engaged in a dispute with Dublin oil and gas company Petroceltic has...

    27. February 24, 2015

      Fate of IAG bid for Aer Lingus lies with politicians

      It is all over bar the politics. Even as Aer Lingus on Tuesday buffed its credentials for a takeover by International...

    28. February 22, 2015

      Companies diary: February 23 - February 27

      Diary commentary from FT reporters; data and company announcements, unless otherwise stated, from Thomson Reuters. Company...

    29. February 17, 2015

      Dragon Oil still fired up for bid on Petroceltic

      Dragon Oil, the cash-rich explorer with production assets off Turkmenistan, has signalled that its previous takeover target...

    30. February 15, 2015

      Ireland takes hard line on Greece austerity programme

      Ireland’s unofficial motto used to be Céad míle fáilte — a hundred thousand welcomes. Since the country entered its...

    31. February 15, 2015

      Ucits funds now speak Mandarin

      The European Commission’s asset management unit has for the first time published the text of a directive in Mandarin. The...

    32. February 12, 2015

      IAG refuses to make further concessions on Aer Lingus bid

      A commitment by International Airlines Group to allow Aer Lingus to use its take-off and landing slots at Heathrow airport...

    33. February 12, 2015

      Europe’s refugee crisis is an economic opportunity lost

      It once looked like an enlightened reform — but that was hard to remember this week as the Italian coast guard plucked...

    34. February 10, 2015

      IAG chief Willie Walsh to discuss Aer Lingus bid with Irish officials

      Willie Walsh, chief executive of International Airlines Group, is to meet Irish government officials and MPs in Dublin over...

    35. February 3, 2015

      Strong demand for Ireland’s first long bond

      Ireland sold its first ultra-long government bond on Tuesday, taking advantage of record low rates in eurozone bond markets....

    36. February 2, 2015

      Golf world braces for McIlroy court fight

      Rory McIlroy spent the past few days doing what he does best – winning. The world number one golfer clinched his second...

    37. January 30, 2015

      Q&A: Qatar’s swoop on IAG stake

      Qatar Airways has bought a 10 per cent stake in International Airlines Group, owner of British Airways and Iberia. Why?...

    38. January 29, 2015

      Carney is wrong about how to solve Europe’s problems

      Mark Carney travelled to Dublin yesterday to teach the eurozone a lesson. The leaders of Europe’s monetary union, the...

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