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Irish exports to Great Britain fell by 5% to €1.3 billion in September when compared with the same month last year, as companies here continue to make efforts to reduce their dependency on the British market ahead of Brexit.
Austria's AMS, which makes facial recognition technology, today became the latest Apple supplier to cut its revenue forecast, adding to growing evidence that the latest iPhones are not selling well.
US singer Beyoncé has bought the Ivy Park fitness clothing brand launched two years ago with British retail tycoon Philip Green, who has faced allegations of sexual harassment.
Britain's financial services greeted the news of a draft Brexit agreement with weariness and worry today, citing multiple hurdles the government must overcome before they can Brexit-proof their industry.
Coverage of developments as British Prime Minister Theresa May attempts to finalise the UK's withdrawal from the EU
Yorkshire Building Society has pleaded with the Government to take action or risk 10,000 Irish savers being left out of pocket.
Some of Europe and the UK's businesses and industry leaders give their reaction to the draft Brexit deal
Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has said Irish contingency plans for a no-deal Brexit will continue.
The Irish Exporters' Association has welcomed the latest Brexit developments, but stressed that the withdrawal text is still just a draft agreement.
Uber Technologies said that growth in bookings for its lift-hailing and delivery services rose 6% in the latest quarter.
Tullow Oil today forecast that its net debt would drop to $2.8 billion by the end of the year.
British PM Theresa May is braced for a backlash from Tory Brexiteers as she presents her deal on Britain's EU withdrawal to the House of Commons with a junior minister resigning and saying the deal failed to leave Britain as a sovereign nation.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned there are "difficult days ahead" as her cabinet approved a draft withdrawal agreement on Britain's exit from the European Union.
KBC Bank Ireland has reported a net profit - after tax and impairment - of €33.6m for the third quarter of 2018, a marked improvement on the net profit of €2.6m reported the same time last year.
New car registrations in Europe slumped 7.4% in October on falling demand in Germany, France, Italy and Spain, new figures show today.
A company that provides telecoms infrastructure is to build 300 new towers across the country.
Royal Mail said its first-half profit dropped about 25% as the post and parcels company failed to cut enough costs in the UK and margins came under pressure at its fast-growing European business.
Aston Martin's third-quarter profit before tax rose to £3.1m as the newly listed carmaker continues a growth plan which saw its volumes double.
The dollar weakened today against the pound and euro, which rose after Britain's prime minister won cabinet approval for her draft Brexit plan.
EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier is briefing ambassadors from the 27 member states on the agreement reached on the Irish backstop by EU and UK negotiators.