Demands for an emergency recall of the Dáil as a parliamentary privilege controversy centring on billionaire tycoon Denis O’Brien raged were rejected by Taoiseach Enda Kenny.


Bernard Byrne: Currently AIB's director of retail and business banking, the 47-year-old has been appointed as the bank's new chief executive. His pay is capped at €500,000, the same as his predecessor, David Duffy.
AIB’s new boss to face pay demands

AIB faces mounting pay demands from its staff and a headache over shaping long-term incentives for its senior bosses as the Government prepares the bank for sale next year, experts have said.


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