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Bank of Ireland to spend over €4m on financial literacy

2 hours 57 min ago
Bank of Ireland is to invest over €4m in the next two years in a range of financial literacy initiatives as part of its long-running national Financial Wellbeing campaign.

Roche's Q1 results hit by loss of Covid sales, forex

3 hours 26 min ago
Roche has confirmed ambitions to return to sales growth this year on a continued boost from eye drug Vabysmo, after first-quarter sales slipped by 6% on the loss on Covid-19-related revenue.

Harris expects housing predictions to be in Govt targets

3 hours 44 min ago
Taoiseach Simon Harris has said he expects his prediction that Ireland can build 250,000 new homes between 2025 and 2030 to be in revised Government targets in autumn.

Australia's Q1 inflation slowdown disappoints

4 hours 25 min ago
Australian consumer price inflation slowed less than expected in the first quarter as service cost pressures stayed stubbornly high, a disappointing result for policymakers that led markets to abandon hopes for any rate cuts this year.

Maersk could offer limited Baltimore barge service

4 hours 37 min ago
Denmark's Maersk may resume some shipping services at the US Port of Baltimore when a temporary channel is opened to give access for commercially essential vessels that remain blocked by a collapsed bridge, the company said today.

McGrath doesn't rule out once-off payments in Budget 2025

4 hours 49 min ago
Minister for Finance Michael McGrath has said that the changed inflation environment will influence Budget 2025 decisions.

Kering shares drop 8.5% after profit warning

5 hours 14 min ago
Shares in French luxury group Kering fell 8.5% this morning, after the company said it expected a 40%-45% plunge in first-half operating profit.

LSEG shareholders to vote on doubling CEO's potential pay

5 hours 24 min ago
London Stock Exchange Group shareholders will vote today on whether to potentially double the pay of CEO David Schwimmer, after the 300-year old bourse campaigned to raise executive rewards to strengthen UK capital markets.

Lloyds Bank's Q1 profits fall by 28% on income squeeze

5 hours 36 min ago
Lloyds Banking Group saw pretax profit slide by 28% in the first quarter, as rising costs, peaking interest rates and intensifying competition in the mortgage market hurt income.

Heineken sells more beer in Q1, sticks to outlook

5 hours 53 min ago
Heineken sold more beer than expected in the first quarter, reporting its first quarterly year-on-year growth in volumes in a year as it stuck to its forecast for profit growth in 2024.

Ornua's 2023 results dip due to challenging markets

6 hours 5 min ago
Kerrygold brand owner Ornua has reported lower turnover and operating profits for 2023 due to the challenging market conditions that the Irish dairy industry faced last year.

AIB raises €625m in new capital amid strong demand

6 hours 23 min ago
AIB said it raised €625m yesterday from the issuance of a new bond to institutional investors which offered an interest rate of 7.125%.

Tesla's Musk promises 'more affordable' cars

6 hours 36 min ago
Tesla said it would introduce "new models" by early 2025 using its current platforms and production lines as it retreated from more ambitious plans to produce an all-new model that had been expected to cost $25,000.

7 questions ahead of RTÉ being discussed at Media Cttee

7 hours 47 min ago
Representatives from unions including the NUJ, SIPTU, Connect and Unite are due to appear before the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Media to discuss 'Governance and Culture Issues' at RTÉ. Arts and Media Correspondent Evelyn O'Rourke looks at what is expected at the hearing.

Ireland falls in rankings of attractive work destinations

8 hours 47 min ago
Ireland has fallen four places to rank 36 in the most attractive countries for professionals across the world to work.

Consumers want to make 'green' choices but cost dominates

8 hours 47 min ago
Consumers want to make sustainable choices but cost and other practicalities take priority, new research shows.

Turnover and profits drop at Carbery Group

8 hours 47 min ago
Carbery Group, the West Cork-based international ingredients, flavours, and a cheese producer, has reported a drop in group turnover and operating profit for the year ended 31 December 2023.

Staff missing from RTÉ scandal discourse, cttee to hear

11 hours 34 min ago
The National Union of Journalists is expected to tell the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Media that the voice of RTÉ staff "has been missing from discourse" about the series of scandals that have hit the broadcaster in the last year.

European Parliament to vote on money laundering law

13 hours 41 min ago
New laws to tackle money laundering, terrorist financing and sanctions evasion are due to be voted on by the European Parliament.

European Parliament to vote on money laundering law

13 hours 41 min ago
New laws to tackle money laundering, terrorist financing and sanctions evasion are due to be voted on by the European Parliament.

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