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More British shoppers returned to the high street in July, but numbers were still much lower than normal for the time of year, according to an industry survey published today.
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Drinks Ireland is calling for urgent Government support for Ireland's pub sector, as it publishes its annual Beer Market Report.
The latest figures from Banking & Payments Federation Ireland show the value of contactless payments reached a new high of €1.9 billion in the second quarter of the year, 26.6 % higher than in the same period last year.
President Donald Trump has unveiled sweeping bans on US transactions with China's ByteDance, owner of video-sharing app TikTok, and Tencent, operator of messenger app WeChat, in a major escalation of tensions with Beijing.
The British government is publishing more details of how customs arrangements between Britain and Northern Ireland will operate when the UK leaves the EU customs union in five months' time.
Complaints over tracker mortgages, insurance policies and customer credit records all feature in the latest report from the Financial Services and Pensions Ombudsman published today.
A top trade adviser to US President Donald Trump has described Ireland as a "tax haven" that was "punching very high above its weight" in the pharmaceutical sector because of its low taxes.
Twitter has unveiled new steps to curb the spread of content from "state-affiliated media" used to advance a government's political agenda.
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell last week, but remained significantly high, suggesting the labor market was stalling as the country battles a resurgence in new Covid-19 cases.
NAMA's Project Eagle loan book was at the centre of a major legal and political discussion four years ago - and now it is creating headlines once again.
Economic recovery around the world could come faster if any Covid-19 vaccine is made available to all as a public good, World Health Organization Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has said.
Dublin-headquartered pharmaceutical firm Amryt has reported an operating loss of $12m for the second quarter, despite a 22% rise in revenues in the period.
The Bank of England has said it expects the downturn in the UK economy to be less severe than first feared, but could take longer to recover than previously predicted.
Granite Digital has bought Dublin-based digital and creative marketing agency Connector.
Two men are to be charged with fraud relating to the sale of NAMA's Northern Ireland loan book.
Ryanair will increase flights to over 60% of its normal schedule throughout August, following what it said was a successful resumption of services at 40% of capacity last month.
Lufthansa does not expect air travel demand to return to pre-Covid-19 crisis levels until at least 2024, as the German airline posted a €1.7 billion quarterly operating loss.
Time, or lack of it, is an ever-present concern for SMEs.
German sportswear firm Adidas has said it expects to bounce back to profitability in the third quarter, after it plunged to a big loss in the second quarter when the majority of its stores were closed due to Covid-19 lockdowns.