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Business support services company DCC said its group operating profit for the first quarter to June was in line with expectations and, as anticipated, well ahead of the same time last year.
The European Commission has approved Ryanair's planned acquisition of LaudaMotion without conditions.
Ryanair has pledged to inform customers about potential disruption to travel plans when they have full details of two further pilot strikes planned for later this month.
US President Donald Trump said a free trade deal with Britain might be impossible if London went ahead with Prime Minister Theresa May's proposals for post-Brexit ties with the European Union.
China's surplus with the US hit a record high last month, data showed today.
Rising prices for food, fuel, shelter and medical needs kept the annual measure of US consumer inflation at a six-year high in June, the Labor Department said today.
The Government has today published the Central Bank (National Claims Information Database) Bill.
The UK government's new blueprint for Brexit is a "real blow" to London's all-important finance sector as it will damage jobs, tax revenues and growth, a City official said today.
The Halo Business Angel Network has won the the top spot in the Globally Networked Organisation at the European Business Angel Network awards ceremony in Sofia.
Export sales by companies supported by Enterprise Ireland rose by 7% last year to hit a new record high of €22.7 billion.
The European Commission has cut its forecast for Irish economic growth, but said the economy here will still see the highest GDP growth in the EU this year.
The European Commission has cut its forecasts for the euro zone's economic growth this year, blaming the revision on trade tensions with the US and rising oil prices which are pushing the bloc's inflation higher.
Trinity College Dublin has unveiled plans for a new innovation district in the capital.
New figures show that consumer prices rose by 0.4% in June compared to the same time last year on the back of higher rents, more expensive gas and electricity and petrol and diesel prices.
The National Treasury Management has today raised another €1.25 billion in a dual bond sale.
Dublin-headquarted UrbanVolt has signed a €55m funding deal with British investment firm Low Carbon, which it says it will use to fund international expansion.
EY's Managing Partner Frank O'Keeffe said the company is looking for a broad range of skills across its four businesses - audit, tax, corporate finance and consulting - as it seeks to recuit 520 people.
A quarter of Ryanair's Irish-based pilots began a 24-hour strike early this morning over their conditions of employment after talks between both sides broke down yesterday.
Ireland lags behind many of its European counterparts when it comes to broadband speeds, according to a new ranking which places the country in the bottom third of EU member states.
British online fashion retailer ASOS said it was on track to make analysts' forecasts for full year profit, although sales growth for its latest trading period came in short of market expectations.