Britons spend more on drugs and prostitutes than on beer and wine, the first official study of money spent on "illegal" activities has found.
On Tuesday, the European Commission fleshed out some of the details of its probe of tax arrangements between Apple and the government of Ireland, saying it believed they violated European Union-wide rules prohibiting unfair state aid.
RBS subsidiary Ulster Bank is set to record net provision releases of about �300 million. Frank Miller/The Irish Times. Topics: Business · Financial Services · Banking · Ross Mcewan · Ulster · Bank of America Merrill Lynch · RBS · Royal Bank of Scotland ...
GROWTH in Asian and other emerging economies appears stymied by inadequate infrastructure, and may not recover to former levels until this problem is tackled, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned on Tuesday.
On what was a poor day for the retailers, Primark-owner Associated British Foods shrugged-off the wider malaise with the help of one of its house brokers.