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Irish precision-engineering multinational, ATA, has announced the acquisition of Dutch manufacturer, Van Hoorn Carbide and UK manufacturer, Industrial Tooling Corporation.
The United Nations food agency's world price index fell marginally in November, marking an eighth straight monthly fall since a record high in March after Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Trinity College Dublin and SilverCloud Health scooped the Commercialisation Impact Award at the Knowledge Transfer Ireland Impact Awards, for success achieved by a spin-out company from the university.
KBC Bank Ireland has welcomed the decision by the Minister for Finance to approve the sale of substantially all of its performing loan assets and liabilities to Bank of Ireland Group before KBC exits the Irish banking market.
Global healthcare manufacturer, Technimark, is set to create 80 highly skilled roles over the next two years as it expands its operations in Longford, with a 50,000-square-foot addition, doubling the size of its existing plant.
AIB has revised its medium-term targets and now expects a return on tangible equity of greater than 13% in 2024.
Ryanair said it flew 11.2 million passengers in November, up 10% on the same month last year.
With just over 20 shopping days to go until Christmas, consumers are being urged to buy local.
The free-speech alternative social media network Parler has announced that its planned sale to Kanye West has been called off.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky were honoured at Dublin's Convention Centre last night during the 48th annual Business and Finance Awards.
Intel has offered voluntary unpaid time off to a large portion of its Irish workforce in a bid to cut costs.
IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva has warned that the chance of global growth dropping below 2% - last seen during the coronavirus outbreak and the global financial crisis of 2009 - is increasing as major economies slow.
Ulster Bank workers will receive a 7% pay increase next year if they accept proposals negotiated between the bank and the Financial Services Union.
A secretary sacked following a break-up with her boss's son – a company director in the family firm where she worked – is to be paid nearly €22,000 after the Workplace Relations Commission ruled her dismissal unfair.
Pre-tax profits at the operator of clothing and homeware retailer, TK Maxx increased more than 13-fold to €5.54 million last year.
The Minister for Finance has continued his defence of relaxing the restrictions on bankers' bonuses and pay in the Dáil this afternoon.
France may face "some days" this winter when insufficient electricity supply could mean power cuts, the head of French energy regulator RTE said, as the government briefed local authorities on how to manage any possible outages.
The Cabinet has approved a decision to ratify the International Labour Organisation Convention which recognises the right of everyone to a world of work free from violence and harassment, including gender-based violence and harassment.
Ireland's SMEs need to be prepared for inevitable increases in the costs of credit and borrowing, CPA Ireland has warned.
Eight out of 10 car and home insurance consumers engage with their provider on renewal and one in four switch, according to research conducted by the Central Bank of Ireland.