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Ireland jails first bankers since financial crisis

Jul 31 2015

DUBLIN An Irish court on Friday sentenced three former employees of Anglo Irish Bank to between 18 and 36 months in prison, the first bankers to be jailed since the country's financial crash.

Ireland jails first bankers since financial crisis

Jul 31 2015

DUBLIN An Irish court on Friday sentenced three former employees of Anglo Irish Bank to between 18 and 36 months in prison, the first bankers to be jailed since the country's financial crash.

Ireland jails first bankers since financial crisis

Jul 31 2015

DUBLIN, July 31 An Irish court on Friday sentenced three former employees of Anglo Irish Bank to between 18 and 36 months in prison, the first bankers to be jailed since the country's financial crash.

Data sharing deal with U.S. referred to EU's top court

Jun 18 2014

DUBLIN Ireland's High Court on Wednesday asked the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to review a European Union-U.S. data protection agreement in light of allegations that Facebook FB.O shared data from EU users with the U.S. National Security Agency.

Data sharing deal with U.S. referred to EU's top court

Jun 18 2014

DUBLIN Ireland's High Court on Wednesday asked the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to review a European Union-U.S. data protection agreement in light of allegations that Facebook shared data from EU users with the U.S. National Security Agency.

Ireland asks EU to look at data rules in wake of Facebook allegations

Jun 18 2014

DUBLIN Ireland's High Court on Wednesday asked the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to review European Union data protection rules in light of allegations that Facebook shared data from EU users with the U.S. National Security Agency.

Ex-Anglo Irish bankers avoid jail over illegal lending

Apr 29 2014

DUBLIN Two former senior executives at the bank at the heart of Ireland's 2008 financial collapse avoided a jail term on Tuesday when a judge ruled they were "led into error and illegality" by the country's financial regulator.

Irish court convicts two Anglo Irish bankers of illegal lending

Apr 17 2014

DUBLIN A Dublin court found two former executives of the collapsed Anglo Irish Bank guilty on Thursday of illegal lending and providing unlawful assistance to investors during the "Celtic Tiger" boom of the past decade.

Irish court convicts 2 Anglo Irish bankers of illegal lending

Apr 17 2014

DUBLIN A Dublin court found two former executives of the collapsed Anglo Irish Bank guilty on Thursday of charges of illegal lending and providing unlawful assistance to investors.

Ex-Anglo Irish chairman found not guilty on lending charges

Apr 16 2014

DUBLIN A Dublin court found the former chairman of the collapsed Anglo Irish Bank Sean FitzPatrick not guilty on Wednesday of charges of illegal lending and providing unlawful assistance to investors.

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