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Dollar weakness allowed the pound to briefly scale a one-month high at one stage today.
AbbVie said today it would buy Botox-maker Allergan in a cash-and-stock deal for about $63 billion to add fast-growing therapeutic businesses such as medical aesthetics and eye care to its portfolio.
A new report from the Central Statistics Office has predicted that the population of Dublin could increase by 31.9% by 2036.
MLN, an app encouraging co-workers to carpool, has been declared the overall winner of the 2019 UCD Start-up Stars programme
Fashion chain New Look today reported a bigger annual pretax loss, hurt by a large charge, while Brexit woes and rainy weather kept shoppers out of its stores.
The exchequer reaped an inheritance tax windfall last year, as the amount collected reached a record high of some €466.3 million on the back of soaring property prices and largely unchanged tax free thresholds.
McDonald's is removing all single-use plastic packaging across its salad ranges this week. The plastic will be replaced with sustainably sourced cardboard containers.
Britain's car industry gas called for the country's next prime minister to secure a Brexit deal which keeps frictionless EU trade.
Fast-growing digital bank Monzo has completed a £133m funding round, valuing the UK lender at over £2 billion, the company said today.
Social media giant Facebook last week announced its intentions to launch a cryptocurrency - Libra.
Oil fell this morning amid concerns over the outlook for crude demand, but prices were supported after Washington announced new sanctions on Iran amid mounting tensions in the Middle East.
"Tax us more!" is the message from about 20 super-wealthy Americans who have urged presidential candidates to back higher taxes on the wealthiest to confront climate change and other priorities.
British floor coverings chain Carpetright said its turnaround was on track as it reported a narrowing of 2018-19 losses and returned to underlying sales growth in its new financial year.
Italy's UniCredit has put a possible bid for Commerzbank on ice as the German rival does not want to engage in negotiations so soon after the collapse of merger talks with Deutsche Bank, four sources said.
Nissan shareholders today approved an overhaul intended to strengthen governance at the crisis-hit Japanese car maker.
Politicians will be warned today that Ireland runs the risk of austerity-era spending cuts if it continues with existing expenditure plans.
The Government is to publish its Summer Economic Statement after Cabinet, setting out the parameters for next year's Budget.
The Government's Summer Economic Statement will offer some clues as to what surprises October's Budget may hold.
Fianna Fáil has written to the Minister for Finance urging him to ensure there is sufficient funding available to support sectors that would be hardest hit by a no-deal Brexit.
Facebook has dismissed calls for a break-up of the world's biggest social network and other big internet companies, saying this would not tackle issues such as privacy, attempts to influence elections or harmful content.