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Waste management company Beauparc has acquired Tyrone Energy, a biomass power station, for an undisclosed sum.
The euro briefly fell back below parity against a robust dollar today and was languishing at five-week lows, weighed down by concern that a three-day halt to European gas supplies later this month will exacerbate an energy crisis.
Power outages for energy intensive businesses would lead to temporary or permanent closures, according to ISME.
A timeline of Cineword, which operates under the Cinema City, Picturehouse, Regal and Yes Planet brands, and its past and present struggles.
Vodafone will sell its Hungarian business for 715 billion forints ($1.8 billion) in cash, it said today, in a deal that will create a locally-owned telecoms leader in the central European country.
China cut its benchmark lending rate and lowered the mortgage reference by a bigger margin today, adding to last week's easing measures, as Beijing boosts efforts to revive an economy hobbled by a property crisis and a resurgence of Covid cases.
European budget carrier Wizz Air has suspended plans to resume flights from the Russian capital of Moscow to Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, amid mounting criticism over the relaunch decision this month.
Cineworld said today it was considering options including a possible bankruptcy filing in the US as the world's second-largest cinema chain operator struggles with near term liquidity.
Oil prices slumped today, ending three days of gains, as investors were concerned aggressive US interest rate hikes will weaken the global economy and dent fuel demand while a strengthening dollar also added to pressure.
Credit Suisse has today named Francesca McDonagh as its group chief operating officer from September 19 and Dixit Joshi as chief financial officer from October 1 - another top management reshuffle following the appointment of Ulrich Koerner as chief executive last month.
Loan applications to do with back-to-school costs at Roscommon Credit Union have risen dramatically, according to CEO Bernie Moran.
The Government is seeking the return of almost €34m which was wrongly claimed in Pandemic Unemployment Payments (PUP) at the height of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Although rents for prime office accommodation are rising in the capital, uncertainty around firms' future office requirements, as well as recent decisions by a number of tech companies, has prompted some to question whether the market is being overdeveloped and heading for bubble territory.
Greece has today concluded 12 years of European Union fiscal surveillance that was imposed in return for bailouts after a crushing debt crisis.
In just over a decade microtransactions have gone from a minor annoyance for gamers to a multi-billion dollar industry. Now they leaking out of our smartphones and into the real world, writes Adam Maguire.
Christy Moore's music firm this year returned to profit as music fans flocked back to live venues to see the singer-songwriter perform live once more with the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions.
Bartra Healthcare has sold four nursing homes to Belgian REIT, Aedifica, in a deal worth €161m.
The numbers of staff earning over €100,000 at Irish Water last year increased by 43 from 133 to 176.
Cineworld shares have dropped dramatically following reports it was preparing to file for bankruptcy "within weeks".
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