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The head of banking supervision at the ECB has said that Irish bankers do not deserve bonuses until they have cleared up all the problems in the Irish banking sector.
A pharmaceutical service provider is to create 120 jobs at two packaging plants in Droghda and Stamullen, the IDA has said.
Twitter has today reported its second profitable quarter and topped Wall Street estimates for revenue and monthly active users.
US cable company Comcast submitted a £22 billion offer for pay-TV group Sky today, challenging an already agreed but lower takeover bid from Rupert Murdoch's Fox.
The Central Bank has said that another 3,400 customers have been affected by the tracker mortgage issue, bringing the total to 37,100 by the end of March.
Ireland has fallen two places from 14 to 16 in the 2018 World Press Freedom Index, due to what a media watchdog said is the "highly concentrated nature of media ownership in Ireland".
WhatsApp, the popular messaging service owned by Facebook, is raising its minimum age from 13 to 16 in Europe to help it comply with new data privacy rules coming into force next month.
Airport operator DAA said its profits after tax before exceptional items for last year increased by 16% to €125m, on the back of higher passenger numbers and growth in its overseas businesses.
Revenue collected a total of €50.76 billion in taxes, duties and levies last year, an increase of over €2.8 billion on 2017 and the seventh annual increase in a row.
The Minister for Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform says the next budget would be along the same vein as the last two budgets and will be a "good and careful" budget.
Shares in Irish bookmaker Paddy Power Betfair fell 3.77% to €80.40 in Dublin yesterday on the back of concerns surrounding a UK government review of fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs).
Tullow Oil's finance chief has raised the prospect that the Africa-focused producer may resume its dividend, which it froze in 2015 due to the oil price crash.
Booming sales growth at French luxury group Kering got even faster in the first quarter, as red-hot demand for its Gucci clothing and handbags was joined by other labels such as Balenciaga.
New data privacy regulations come into force in the EU on 25 May, giving users greater say on personal information they share and harsher punishments to firms who misuse it.
Credit Suisse today reported a 16.4% year-on-year rise in first-quarter net income, its best quarter since CEO Tidjane Thiam launched a three-year restructuring plan for Switzerland's second-biggest bank.
Global nutrition group Glanbia has reported revenue growth of 4.8% in the first quarter of 2018 on a constant currency basis.
Ulster Bank has said it has now resolved the problem that resulted in money disappearing from the accounts of some customers.
Documents show senior Department of Finance officials highlighted concerns from the AIB board that the disparity in pay between the bank's top executives and other companies created a flight risk of senior bankers.
Buildings materials group CRH today launched its first share buyback programme in a decade and also announced a new target to raise €1.5-2 billion from selling assets.
Whitbread will spin off Costa Coffee after activist investors pushed for the coffee chain to be listed as a separate business.